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Re: FW: [aprssig] JAWSAT launch attempt Wed eve at 19:03 PST



At 07:11 PM 1/25/00 -0600, Jon Ogden wrote:
>Not sure of the validity of this, but it came up on the APRS reflector.
>Thought it would be of interest here.
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>Jon Ogden
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> > From: Rick Gilligan <rick@case.net>
> > Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2000 16:49:27 -0800 (PST)
> > To: "TAPR APRS Special Interest Group" <aprssig@lists.tapr.org>
> > Subject: [aprssig] JAWSAT launch attempt Wed eve at 19:03 PST
> >
> > The next attempt at launching JAWSAT will be tomorrow, Wednesday evening
> > at 19:03 PST with a three hour extended launch window.
> >
> > Rick Gilligan
> > Senior Software Specialist
> > Computer And Software Enterprises, Inc.
> > E-mail: rick@case.net
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There should be a least 4 new 9k6 beacons from this launch.

Jawsat    437.070 and 437.175
Opal       437.100
and
ASUSAT 436.700? mhz  (a web page had 436.5)

Please send any packets logged from Jawsat to n7sfi@amsat.org

During the 30 sec beacon 2 packets are sent. One at the start and another
just before it turns off.  The time between packets can be used to tune in for
the last packet.  The time between beacons if I remember right is 255 seconds
for one and 60 seconds on the other frequency.

73, Randy N7SFI

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