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Re: ISS Freq's -VS- Southern California Band Plan.


The packet uplink freq is 145.99 NOT 144.99.  Please make a note of it.

I double checked my previous e-mail to make sure I sent it correctly and it 
does say 145.99.

This may explain why some of you aren't working the ISS packet system.


Frank Bauer, KA3HDO

At 07:39 AM 4/28/01 -0700, Martin Hall wrote:
>    I sent in an email yesterday asking if there had been a change in the ISS
>frequencies, as I was hearing packet stations on the uplink freqency (144.99
>MHz.) I thank all of those that responded and let me know that nothing had
>changed (and I had not gone batty) in reference to the ISS frequencies.
>    Herein lies the problem as I have been able to find out. I am not 
> operating
>packet, so I had to do a little checking in the ARRL Repeater Directory and
>found out that the frequency (144.990 MHz) is listed as a 9600 baud PACKET
>frequency here in southern California. (ARRL Repeater Directory 1999-2000, 
>158, under California-South-Tasma) That sort of explains why I am hearing
>packet stations on that frequency in my area, although they are not that
>strong. I would imagine that in other areas of southern California that may be
>a real problem, say the LA area, for one.
>    If one were to use the 145.800 MHz downlink frequency, offset his/her
>tramsmit(uplink) frequency by 1.31 MHz, then begin to call the ISS on 
>voice ...
>they could be keying down on packet operators in their area without even
>knowing it. ( If they are like me, and are not operating packet on a regular
>basis, they would not know that that frequency is listed as a packet frequency
>here in southern California.)
>    This could be a real problem for some and not even know it. I can also
>imagine what the ISS is having to listen to on the uplink (voice) 
>frequency and
>hearing all these packet signals along with the voice stations.
>    I did fire off an email to TASMA to bring it to their attention. I don't
>know if anyone has brought it to their attention before, but I did it anyway.
>    Again, thanks again to those that responded to my first inquiry. I thought
>I'd share what I found out about that little tidbit on the packet stations on
>the voice uplink frequency!
>"Martin" WB6CKA
>Indio, Ca.
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