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Re: ISS packet station still up?



No hardware problems we know of.  The D700 needs to be reprogrammed  
to reset the desired operating modes.  That's a simple task on the  
ground, but getting it done in space is taking a while (lack of  
dedicated ham computer, software delivery, training, etc.).  With  
luck, it won't be much longer.

Dave Taylor, W8AAS
ARISS Training Manager
AMSAT #8974

On Apr 5, 2007, at 2:22 AM, Sil - ZL2CIA wrote:

>
>> Is the ISS packet station still running?
>>
>> Is there a ISS ham info web page somewhere that keeps track of the  
>> packet
>> station and the hams on board the ISS?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> Tyler
>> KM3G
>>
>>
>
> Tyler,
>
> I haven't heard it for months. I see nothing real
> reported to findu for 117 days(www.ariss.net - the
> VK4TEC message is not one that has been digipeated
> via the ISS).
>
> The ARISS group (I think) posted a message some
> months back explaining that there was a problem
> with the inbuilt TNC in the radio.
>
> Sil ZL2CIA (ex PA3HIL)
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