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Re: ECHO pass



Signals heard on East  Coast 0220z pass 7/10/2004   Here's a copy of the crv
file:


7/9/04 10:09:14 PM
PACB-1    > TIME-1   :PHT: uptime is 006/22:38:37.  Time is Sat Jul 10
02:08:01 2004
7/9/04 10:09:19 PM
PACB-1    > TLMS-1   :C0:05 C1:44 C2:76 C3:27 C4:04
7/9/04 10:09:19 PM
PACB-1    > COMPB-1  :Bat trip 1 reached, S turned off: 1124
7/9/04 10:09:19 PM
PACB-1    > LSTAT-0  :I P:0x13AA o:0 l:29534 f:29534, d:0 st:0 e:01
7/9/04 10:09:24 PM
PACB-11   > PBLIST-0 :PB: Empty.
7/9/04 10:09:25 PM
PACBLS-8  > PACBLS-8 :PACBLS S Meter = 55
7/9/04 10:09:25 PM
PACB-1    > TLMS-1   :C0:05 C1:44 C2:76 C3:27 C4:04
7/9/04 10:09:31 PM
PACB-1    > TLMI-1   :<binary tlm>
7/9/04 10:09:31 PM
PACB-1    > TLMS-1   :C0:05 C1:44 C2:76 C3:27 C4:04
7/9/04 10:09:31 PM
PACB-1    > BCR-1    :BCR: batv=1124 bati=221 batsense=1368 battop=1124
batlow=1124 batt1=481 batt2=969 sav=110 sai=10

7/9/04 10:09:34 PM
PACB-1    > TLMI-1   :<binary tlm>
7/9/04 10:09:34 PM
PACB-1    > AMSATN-1 :July 7, 2004.  PLEASE DO NOT TRANSMIT TO ECHO...ECHO
Commissioning and testing continues.  Echo is now AO-51!!  The Satellite is
not yet open for general use.  WD0E & KE4AZN
7/9/04 10:09:34 PM
PACB-1    > LSTAT-0  :I P:0x13AA o:0 l:29534 f:29534, d:0 st:0 e:01
7/9/04 10:09:34 PM
PACB-12   > BBSTAT-0 :Open ABCD:
7/9/04 10:09:34 PM
PACB-11   > STATUS-0 :B: 2376307
7/9/04 10:09:35 PM
PACB-1    > TIME-1   :PHT: uptime is 006/22:38:58.  Time is Sat Jul 10
02:08:22 2004
7/9/04 10:09:35 PM
PACB-11   > PBLIST-0 :PB: Empty.

73 Nick A.
K1UXB


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Keith Bainbridge" <vk6xh@arach.net.au>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Friday, July 09, 2004 09:33 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] ECHO pass


> Nothing heard here either on the last pass at 01.20 utc.
> Keith VK6XH Perth
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Cliff Buttschardt" <cbuttsch@kcbx.net>
> To: "Donald Jacob" <djacob1@socal.rr.com>
> Cc: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
> Sent: Saturday, July 10, 2004 8:55 AM
> Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] ECHO pass
>
>
> > There simply was no signal on this pass!  I confirmed with Cal Poly and
> another
> > fellow here in Central California.  No signals this time!  Cliff K7RR
> >
> > Donald Jacob wrote:
> > >
> > > Was it me?
> > > Just listened for the 18:14 UTC pass of ECHO over Southern California,
> > > should have been a 76 degree altitude pass. I didn't hear a thing. I
> copied
> > > the 49 degree pass last night, same equipment etc.
> > >
> > > Anybody else notice this or was it me.
> > >
> > > Equipment: FT-817, Symek TNC3S, Arrow 7 element beam.
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > > Don  WB5EKU
> > > DM04sg
> > > IRLP Node 3830
> > >
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