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Re: PCSAT2 PSK-31 test

On 4 Aug 2005 at 11:55, Robert Bruninga wrote:

> Did anyone hear the PSK-31 during the 1440z
> or so pass over the USA?  I'm too busy over
> on the command channel to listen with the
> beam.  I heard just enough from across the room
> on a vertical and 150' of coax with no
> preamp, to know that it did come on and 
> there was at least one tone.
> I will try on the next two passes over USA
> and then QRT.   Bob WB4APR
> >>> "Robert Bruninga" <bruninga@usna.edu> 08/04/05 9:45 AM >>>
> For the next 3 USA passes we may turn on the
> PSK-31 transponder briefly just to check it out.
> We will need people transmitting PSK-31 
> between 29.400 and 29.404 MHz. Just
> transmit continuously when the ISS is in view
> and lets see what we hear on the 435.275
> FM downlink.  (begin at 435.285 and work down
> in 5 KHz increments)...
> No promises, but we need signals on the uplink
> to know if it works.
> de WB4APR, Bob
> USNA Satellite Lab

I try to TX in PSK on the pass previous to 1220  i hear a carrier 
doppler shifting but i was unable to hear myself...my RX was in 

Better luck next time 


Luc Leblanc VE2DWE
Coordonnateur AMSAT Quebec coordonnator
AMSAT 33583
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