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Re: V(SSB) / U (FM) observation



Yes, the downlink is sort of weak on audio. Had to crank up 
the receive audio gain to hear very well.  Other than that, it is a great
mode.  CW  comes through just fine, too!  But then that is normal..
CW gets through when the other "normal" modes won't.

73,
John K6YK
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On Thu, 10 Nov 2005 14:55:45 -0000 "Dave H" <dave@g1ocn.com> writes:
> I found I needed a bit more RF output to hear a good
> downlink signal from myself.
> I worked  PA1TNO and ON5NY this lunchtime.
> 
> An interesting exercise regarding Doppler.
> 
> Anyone know what the downlink output power is
> please ?
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Dave.
> Portland. Dorset
> England.
> 
> Subject: [amsat-bb] V(SSB) / U (FM) observation
> 
> 
> > Interesting pass last night on V(SSB0/U(FM) operation last night. 
> I found
> > that the s/n was greatly improved over strictly FM operation as 
> well as a
> > lot less "collisions" of ops. The big issue was the need to adjust 
> uplink,
> > downlink, and the rotators. Other observation?
> > 73
> > Mike WA6ARA
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