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RE: PO-28 and PCsat-2

Hi Drew,

Yep you're right - Sorry I missed the reference to the PCsat-2 use of

Well, it won't be the first time we'll have to look out for these frequency
clashes. Guess were getting too many active satellites (hey - that's a good

Regards...Bill - N6GHz

-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Glasbrenner [mailto:glasbrenner@mindspring.com]
Sent: Friday, August 05, 2005 4:32 AM
To: Bill Ress; amsat-bb@amsat.org
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] PO-28 and PCsat-2

.> Drew,
> Are you sure?
> CT1EAT says the PO-28 downlinks freqs. are 435.250 and 435.275 whereas
> PCSat2 downlink is 437.975. Did I miss something?
> Bill - N6GHz

>>> "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)...

BTW, since the USNA pages are down, you can use the cached version on
google, minus photos....

73, Drew KO4MA
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