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RE: ISS



 John,
Normal voice operations occur on a split frequency set on 2 meters. For
Region 1 (roughly Europe, Africa and Russia) the crew uses 145.20 up and
145.80 down. For regions 2 & 3, 144.49 up and 145.80 down. When the radios
is configured for crossband repeater operations (See the announcment on the
SAREX bulletin board or ARRL web page regarding "Star Patrol" event) then
you use the 437.80 up and 145.80 down.

A fairly complete page of information about the ISS amateur radio operations
is located here: 
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/station/reference/radio/

73 and Enjoy ISS,
Kenneth - N5VHO


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-AMSAT-BB@amsat.org
To: AMSAT BULLETIN BOARD
Sent: 12/25/2005 1:23 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] ISS

I realize that the FM repeater on ISS hasn't been activated in quite a
while, but if I am in hopes of having a conversation with one of the
astronauts, do I use the same uplink freq of 437.8FM and listen on
145.8?? If no 2-way, would I hear him on 145.8 (+/- doppler)

John Owens - N7SEJ

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