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Re: SUISAT forensics...



Joe:

It has a thin layer of aluminum in it I believe.  It is a faraday cage.

The antenna is mounted on the helmet.

Bob


Joe Leikhim wrote:
> Is the antenna for Suitsat exterior to the space suit or is it mounted inside? Is the Orlan spacesuit metallized for blocking radiation and/or retaining body heat? What is the antenna type? A 1/2 wave dipole or a "rubber duck"? These could be explanations for the apparently low ERP.
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