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Re: RS-13




You are absolutely correct, The commercial vhf downlink of the satellite
that the rs-13 transponder is on is getting into the rs13 uplink. When rs13
is in range, listen around 149.900 to 150.000 mHz.


At 02:57 PM 11/29/99 GMT, g3rwl wrote:
> Mike73@aol.com writes:
>
>> My guess on RS-13 is that it isn't broke, but the controllers of the main 
>> payload have turned on some of the equiment onboard and it's wiping out
the 
>> onboard RS-13 receivers.
>
>This effect has been noticed in the past; it *is* what you say. The NavSat
>is somewhere around 150 MHz.
>
>73
>Richard W L Limebear G3RWL
>g3rwl@amsat.org
>FOC # 1188
>
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