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Re: AO-40 Is Just Not Any Fun

AO-40 did not have an HF transmitter at launch.  There was one in the early 
planning, but ultimately it was not included.  The two HF receivers on 21 
MHz and 24 MHz have not been tested.  They can be connected to the S2 or K 
downlinks, but their antenna is folded up under the solar panels and won't 
come out until the solar panels are opened (3-axis mode).

So there are other untested modes including two HF uplinks to either S2 or 
K downlinks, and S1/S2 uplinks to K downlink.  ... then there's the laser 

>Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] AO-40 Is Just Not Any Fun
>      From: "Vince Fiscus, KB7ADL" <vlfiscus@xxxxxxx>
>      Date: Mon, 03 Dec 2001 12:22:02 -0700
>      In-Reply-To: <107.9a601a5.293d1214@aol.com>
>Sorry Mike. There aren't any other modes anymore.
>At 12:36 PM 12/3/01 -0500, KA2AEV@aol.com wrote:
> >Does anyone know what the status of the other "claimed" up/down links
> >such as the 15m up & 10m down etc...
> >
> >
> >73 de Mike
> >KA2AEV/V26R

  Stacey E. Mills, W4SM    WWW:    http://www.cstone.net/~w4sm/ham1.html
    Charlottesville, VA     PGP key: http://www.cstone.net/~w4sm/key

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