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Re: Delfi-C3



Mike,

Please read my reply to Luc Leblanc on the BB.
you can find this at:
http://www.amsat.org/pipermail/amsat-bb/2008-August/013142.html
Because Delfi has no active attitude control system, polarization might change.
Switching polarization might help, but I understand this is not
possible for you.
You could try to figure out which passes work best for you.
Reports are appreciated!

Regards,

Wouter Weggelaar
PA3WEG
Delfi-C3 Command Team


On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 12:56 AM, WILLIAMS MICHAEL
<k9qho6762@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> I'm having trouble receiving DO-64.
>
>  It seems to be strongest at the beginning of the pass and then gets weaker.
>
>  What is the polarization of the up link and down link?
>
>  I'm using a KLM 14 el LHCP for down link and 11 turn helix RHCP for up link.
>
>  When conditions are good (no local QRM) , I can hear AO7, VO-5, and FO-29 easily AOS/LOS even thought I have ground clutter up to about 20 degrees with my antennas 8 ft. off the ground.
>
>  I would be interested in how strong others are receiving DO-64 and at what signal strengths.
>
>  By the way, the beacon sounds stronger than the transponder signals.
>
>  Tnx,
>
>  Mike K9QHO
>  AMSAT 33589
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