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Re: ISS Packet Experiment

There's just to much APRS interference on the ISS uplink.  I heard APRS 
packets on UO-14 and the ISS-Shuttle complex wasn't anywhere near North 
America.  No wonder key boarders are having a difficult time getting 
digipeated. The APRS packets I've monitored have all been from the same 
locations. No one is moving.  How many times does an APRS station need to 
tell everyone they haven't gone anywhere.

At 10:34 AM 4/24/01 -0400, Bob Bruninga <bruninga@usna.edu> wrote:
>ISS Packets:
>K4HG's page at http://www.ariss.net shows the location of everyone that
>gets a gridsquare or position packet digipeated via ISS (assuming an APRS
>Igate heard it). Although it makes a nice pretty map, it is only the tip
>of the iceberg.
>To see what the person's actual packets and messages look like, first
>click on a station's call from the table at the bottom.  THen when his
>local maps come up, you can see his last raw packet.  Next, click on
>"click here to see nearby stations". WHen that table comes up, if the MSG
>column shows "**" then you can click there to see all of that station's
>Message Packets that have been captured.  I'll add this note to the
>ISS-FAQ page below...
>Hopefully as the www.ariss.net web page matures, it will make the
>access to the message packets a little more direct...
>de WB4APR@amsat.org, Bob
>ISS-APRS FAQ:       http://web.usna.navy.mil/~bruninga/iss-faq.html
>APRSat Design       http://web.usna.navy.mil/~bruninga/pcsat.html
>APRS via SATELLITES http://web.usna.navy.mil/~bruninga/astars.html
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