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AO-40 telemetry files available on the web



For those interested in perusing some of AO-40's telemetry files, you are 
welcome to visit here:

http://camel.campbell.edu/~hammond/ham/p3d/

Help yourself to the ones I have collected thus far.  I have reorganized 
and renamed a few things over the past couple of days, but hopefully files 
and their contents will be more obvious now.  I'll try to post telemetry as 
I gather it (time permitting...)

In addition to the telemetry files, you'll find some various screen shots I 
have grabbed since the launch.  These hopefully show how beneficial the 
W4SM P3T program can be to understanding the current status of AO-40.  If 
there are specific screens of interest (like the ones with each of the 
S-band transmitters on, etc.), I'll probably grab an image and post them 
from time to time.

If you move around the directory structure a bit, you'll find pictures of 
my shack, my antennas, and my trees ;-)

I don't know about you, but I'm having a ball with AO-40 already!

73,

Mark L. Hammond  [N8MH]

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