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Re: 145.800 packet



Mike should be a good pass in about 80 minutes. Approximately 21:22
p.m.local Chicago time (CDT) this evening.  I captured packets from
WB4APR-9, N1BQ-4 and NA9MAM
on last night's pass

G. Beat
w9gb

PS  Unfortunately looks like my APRS beacon did not make it to ISS last
night.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Lewis" <mikel@hsdal.ufl.edu>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2001 11:51 AM
Subject: [amsat-bb] 145.800 packet


> Hi All:
> I have been trying to hear the ISS packet transmissions
> and so far have not heard anything here in FL.  I'm hoping that
> maybe someone can point out what I'm doing wrong.  I'm using
> WinOrb with the amsat distributed keps and I have found that
> WinOrb and www.heavens-above.com seem to predict the same passes,
> so I think that I have all the 'time/keps issues' sorted out for
> WinOrb.  Are the heavens-above.com predictions a good reference?
>
> Strangely enough, about 1:00 AM EDT (5:00 UTC) this morning
> (4/17) I heard packet transmissions on 145.800, so I quickly fired
> up WinOrb, but it showed that ISS was not visible ( nor any other
> of the satellites that I track with WinOrb ).  Is 145.800 used
> for any other 'standard' packet frequencies?  Unfortunately,
> I did not have a TNC hooked up so I could not see what was being
> transmitted.
>
> Thanks for any help es 73
> Mike KU4AD
>
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