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Re: CAPE's Back



Thanks for the report Mike!  We are very excited here and your data just 
adds to the excitement.  Judging by SatPC it looks like the satellite 
may have been in eclipse.  Is this true?

Jonathan Wagner




Mike Rupprecht wrote:
> Jonathan,
>
> wow, very strong signal!!!
>
> AOS 1930 
> LOS 1942
> Keps for 21120 matches perfect
>
> K5usl 2 ff ff e1 e0 e1 e1 df 02 ff
> K5usl 3 1c 00 00 04 3f 00
> K5usl 1 9d 00 e0 de 00 0a 00 61
> K5usl 2 ff ff f3 ed f5 f8 e5 00 fd
>
> Did anybody decode the 9k6 part of the beacon?
> I switched to FM mode during this part and the DCE LED lit but could not see
> any data.
>
> 73, Mike
> DK3WN
>
>
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Jonathan Wagner [mailto:jonathan@jonathanwagner.net] 
> Gesendet: Montag, 23. April 2007 20:56
> An: Mike Rupprecht; amsat-bb@amsat.org
> Betreff: Re: [amsat-bb] CAPE's Back
>
> Mike and the rest of the list,
>
> CAPE-1 almost perfectly tracks with Object 31129.  AOS on the last pass 
> was 30secs. after predicted and LOS 10-20 secs. before predicted.  
> Frequency was nominal.  There is a building that is directly in the line 
> of sight when on the AOS horizon which affects the lower 1 or 2 degrees 
> elevation (The building is a 3-story building and we have a 20 ft tower 
> on top of a 2 story building.  Frequency was nominal and rotor and 
> frequency control were left to the radio.  Signal strength was S7 on a 4 
> degree pass.
>
> Jonathan Wagner, KE5FSG
>
> Mike Rupprecht wrote:
>   
>> Hi Jonathan,
>>
>> could you tell us the used Keps (Object) ?
>>
>> Thank, Mike
>>
>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: amsat-bb-bounces@amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces@amsat.org] Im
>> Auftrag von Jonathan Wagner
>> Gesendet: Montag, 23. April 2007 18:52
>> An: Robert Henry
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>> bpb5344@louisiana.edu; falcanary@yahoo.com; jd.harrist@gmail.com;
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>> sean@globalcomnet.com; kpm1725@louisiana.edu; mmm1536@louisiana.edu
>> Betreff: [amsat-bb] 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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