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Re: Maroc-Tubsat Satellite Signal



maybe its a Bin Laden communications satellite. The US govt has been 
monitoring traditional commo means, perhaps the evil ones decided to try 
ham radio? It seems to have an arabic name. it is highly suspicious.

W4SCO


At 05:04 PM 1/25/2002 , you wrote:
>Here's a thought (maybe I'm just thinking too much) on the MAROC-TUBSAT
>situation:
>
>Suppose you're a little country (Morocco) which, unlike the U.S., doesn't
>have government-owned ground stations around the world to monitor a
>satellite's operation during the first few critical months after launch.
>Suppose also that your satellite does have frequency-agile transmitters.
>What to do?
>
>Well, maybe you could temporarily position your telemetry in ham bands where
>there's going to be operators and ground stations all over the world.  Sign
>up for AMSAT-BB postings and let the hams do the rest.  What's Arabic or
>French for "Thanks most of all for the WAV files!"....
>
>73 de Rick - KG6IAL
>
>
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