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Re: [sarex] ISS downlinks today?



The russian module had a telemetry beacon aroun 700 mHz.  Don't know if
still active, but this web page has lots of information and frequencies. 
That signal was reported in Europe when it was active (may still be).

http://www.users.wineasy.se/svengrahn/

Clifton


On Mon, 6 Mar 2000 09:54:28 -0600 Chris Elmquist <chrise@n0jcf.com>
writes:
 > Just curious if anyone is aware of any downlinks (probably not 
 > amateur
 > yet) from the ISS that one might tune into with equipment accessible
 > to the average guy??
 > 
 > A number of coworkers are interested in visual sitings of ISS and 
 > are
 > encountering alot of trouble in actually spotting it.  I thought it
 > would be cool if we could also "hear" it to increase the confidence
 > level that what was seen and heard was really ISS...
 > 
 > It would not be neccessary to actually demodulate some complex 
 > downlink--
 > just sufficient to detect some signal on a known frequency and
 > run with that.  VHF, UHF, S, C, Ku band are all condidates...
 > 
 > Thanks.
 > 
 > Chris N0JCF
 > 
 > -- 
 > Chris Elmquist
 > chrise@n0jcf.com
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