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Re: ISS repeater



John,

Sounds like a lot of activity there!
Not too many here on the west coast yet.
This next pass should cover most of the USA.

I did some tests on the previous pass at 0130 UTC here, and found
that my 440 10DB gain vertical worked BEST on the uplink.
I also had a very high gain horiontal antenna that did not work.
Another horizontal antenna did not work.
I was using 35 watts. Not sure how a HT will do, but an Arrow
antenna would be a good thing to use. Forget the rubber duckie on transmit.
It sould work good on receive anyway!
So far, vertical gain seems to work.

Good luck to all!

73, Scott



----- Original Message ----- 
From: <n4qwf@ntelos.net>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2005 5:18 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] ISS repeater


> Looks like it is working great. That thing is stronger than anything else
> I have heard from up there. I worked one station and then just listened to
> the activity. Boy was it busy. The uplink doppler started at -10kc and
> worked up from there. I never tuned the downlink and I copied it till LOS.
> Hope this continues as it is a great asset. 73's << John
> ---- 
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