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Re: Leonids APRS packet results

There is absolutely no reason why SSB or for that matter, FSK could not be
used.  Immediately simplicity goes out the window as something like ten to
the seventh frequency accuracy is required!  Best part is that doppler is
not involved which would be the case if satellite signals were used.

On Fri, 20 Nov 1998, Jim Shorney wrote:

> On Thu, 19 Nov 1998 17:00:38 -0800 (PST), Clifford Buttschardt wrote:
> >Jim and Bob.....It would have so much easier to point East than North as
> >I did for the two Washington State contacts!  From what I have been able
> >to read on the E-mail results, the old, familiar problem continues to
> >exist:  Packet FM takes just too much signal to noise to be effective!
> >     Actually, I am delighted that even two reports surfaced from this
> OK, I'm probably missing something here, but is there some reason why
> we couldn't use SSB (tuning accuracy and VFO drift aside...)?
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