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Re: drifting

for the real scoop on this, you can read the article by paul, kb5mu, at the 
amsat web site.


the poor mans way when you cannot correct doppler with both up and downlink, 
you should always correct for doppler with the higher of the two frequencies 
because doppler affects that frequency the most. there for, if you are 
receiving on 2m and transmitting on 70cm, you should correct for doppler on the 
70cm band. for mode a, with 10m down and 2m up, you would correct for doppler 
on the 2m band as that is the higher of the two frequencies and doppler affects 
it the most.


From:           	"Patcher" <patcher@skyenet.net>
To:             	"Perry Yantis" <PYantis@compuserve.com>, "amsat-bb" <amsat-
Subject:        	Re: [amsat-bb] drifting
Date sent:      	Wed, 26 Jun 2002 21:16:49 -0500

> What is the Consensus on this. Should you keep your receiver on
> the same frequency and adjust your transmit to compensate for
> doppler. Seems like everyone has a different opinion on this.
> Bob - WB9CNS

Bruce Paige, KK5DO                                      kk5do@arrl.net 
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