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Re: CAPE's Back



Great News!!!!

The most recent pass (~1:30PM) had S7 signal strength, a good signal
indeed. Also, it seems the null-to-null period is about 10 seconds. We
should be able to determine the rotation orientation from this data.

Dr. Bob


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Subject: CAPE's Back

Hi all,

CAPE-1's back and loud.  Just had an excellent pass over CAPE ground 
station with strong signal (operating remotely, so no definite signal 
reading).  Copied at least 4 or 5 CW beacons and fixing to go back and 
decode.  Will update on status after packet decode.

Jonathan Wagner, KE5FSG


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