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Re: Communication thru P5-A



so by the sounds of it, it sounds like using a sat on mars would be for
people with massive arrays, lots of power, and tons of money :).

for people like me who dont have much money or space on the roof (as i live
in a flat) any many other people round the world, a repeater (which is
basically is) would have hardly any use, making it a very expensive project
with not much in the way of users.

sure i would love to see amateurs staking there claim on mars at some point,
but unless someone has the power to change the law of psyhics, then there
isnt much point as far as i can see :).


Speak to you later.
Scott Elliott
Scott@pieh0.co.uk
2E1FJB / M1SJE / M3SJE
----- Original Message -----
From: <CLVANCIL@aol.com>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Monday, August 26, 2002 4:10 AM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Communication thru P5-A


> Hi Everyone,
>
> At the Mars Society Convention Gary Synder (N7QAM) made a presentation on
EME
> as an analog for Deep Space Communication.  He said that moonbounce
> communications is about ten times as difficult as Communications with a
> spacecraft at Mars.  If this is true then anyone doing EME communication
> should be able to do P5-A communication.
>
> --Chris Vancil
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