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Re: ISS at 145.800 (1k2) or 145.825 (9k6)



07:49 edt (12:49utc) 39 degree pass over FL, ISS on 1200 baud on 
145.825, nothing on 145.800 and for some reason the packets were not 
decoded by UISS/AGWPE!

David
KG4ZLB/M0ZLB
www.kg4zlb.com



Henk, PA3GUO wrote:
> As David, G8OQW pointed out, ISS was now at 145.800 in 1200 baud.
> With a TS2000 one could easily monitor both freq's & speeds:
>
> 145.800 (ts2000/main  + internal TNC at 1200)
> +
> 145.825 (ts2000/sub + external TNC at 9600)
>
> One radio, two channels.
>
> That should catch them all !  :-)
>
> Henk, PA3GUO
>
>
>
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