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Re: Maroc-Tubsat quiet



Same results here in EL98oj except I think I heard it start again about 2
min before horizon set.  The signal was shifted below 144.1 and continued to
drift down.  Unfortunately it drifted into a local computer generated birdie
before I could copy enough CW to confirm the observation.

Nothing heard on 436.075 MHz.

Lee-KU4OS

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason White" <jason.white@saintleo.edu>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2002 22:22 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Maroc-Tubsat quiet


> Listened for the "mystery sat" using a Z-1A and an Arrow beam
> during a 3:04 to 3:21 UTC pass (1/24/02), in EL88qi. I monitored
> both the 2M and 70cm frequencies posted to the list, and heard
> absolutely nothing. I'm actually disappointed, I was looking
> forward to hearing what had caused the commotion!
>
> Jason White
> N1XBP
> EL88qi
>
> P.s.- I'm sorry my last posts were redundant information. For
> some reason they took awhile to appear, and by the time they did
> it had already been nailed to Maroc-Tubsat.. didn't intend to
> introduce QRM to the mailing list! :)
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