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RE: Re: QRM on 145.920



Hi Fellows,

> Wow...what a great idea for advancement of the hobby....is this plot
> available?

Yes - For example see here:

www.smallsat.org/proceedings/12/ssc98/2/sscii5.pdf


> Could another survey be done with cubesats for both V and U? Maybe a wide
> band spectrum analyzer for each satellite band?

It has been done on a spectrum 140-152 on some previous Surrey satellites.
(see the article above)
Maybe there is no need to reinvent the wheel.... :-)

Most of that stuff was not intended for the ham bands bt for commercial
purposes, such as the "little leo" VHF uplink band (in the 148-149 MHz
range),
but since some of the sats did appearently include the ham bands in their
survey it should be interesting for hams, too.

73 de Oscar, dj0my
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