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2.4 GHz satellites.

Good evening,

	Thanks for all the suggestions about using UO-11.  I
tried it for both passes over my house.  Both were about 20
degrees above the horizon, one East and one West.  Both
from South to North.

	I copied a carrier, it started at 2401.550 and throughout 
the pass it drifted down.  At TCA it was 2401.500, and at LOS it 
was at 2401.450.  I heard no modulation at all, just a carrier.
It peaked at S-7 just before TCA.  Was that UO-11, and how
does peak S-7 avg. S-5 compare?  My normal noise level with
no signal is S-3.  I am told that UO-11 is weak, and its data 
level is about 20dB below the carrier.

Soooo much to learn.  <grin>

Again, thanks for all the help.  It looks like it is working.


Vy73,  Mike.   KD9KC    MARS: AAV6EV

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