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Re: SSTV signals of linear transponders

Hi Joe,

You are correct, these general rules are still in place and will for 
example apply to the linear transponders of P3-E as well.
However, the "owner" of the satellite may allow some exceptions, for 
example if moderate power is used or other
enhanced techniques which require only small signal strength...

73s Peter, DB2OS

Joseph Trombino Jr wrote:

> Way back when (Oscar 6 and 7) believe the operating protocol was to 
> not rpt not transmit a continuous duty type of signal such as SSTV or 
> FM on a linear transponder.
> Have things changed or are we just getting away from preventing the 
> capture of a linear transponder by a continuous duty signal???
> Getting older here so may be falling behind the times:-)
>                                        73, Joe W2KJ
>                                        Amsat 29592 ---- 
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