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Re: AO-40



...Same signal detected and observed from utc 14:48 h up to LOS utc 15:20 h
!
Characteristics sounds like carrier-PSK,sometimes sounds like
telemetry-characteristic.
BUT ABSOLUTLY WEAK,VERY DEEP IN NOISES AND QSB...and
a lot of QRM from AO10 operators around 145.898 +/- doppler.

AO10-operators..!
PLEASE LET`S HAVE A FREE WINDOW,WITHOUT ANY ACTIVITY
AROUND 145.900 Mc +/- 10 Kc .
The AO10 transponder-passband give more as enough other wide range for
use...!
Thanks for cooperation.

Hopeful...
73, Jens / HB9JOI / (DL9FAA)
AMSAT-DL.#9802268 / AMSAT-NA.#33392




----- Original Message -----
From: "Woody" <kj4so@bellsouth.net>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Friday, December 15, 2000 8:34 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] AO-40


> I have been monitoring a very weak signal, with Doppler at 145.898 MHz.
for
> the past two hours.  I am using an M2 2M horiz. Yagi with a 33' boom.  The
> signal has been peaking at an azimuth of 250 to 260 degrees.  At times I
have
> heard some modulation that sounds like the AO-40 beacon, but very weak.
Most
> of the time it has been a CW carrier.  My QTH is Raleigh, NC.
>
> Thank you to all of the control ops who are giving so much to make this
bird a
> success.  Your work is very much appreciated.
>
> 73,
>
> Woody
> KJ4SO
>
>
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