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Re: ISS Downlink Question




Sam, 

Your assumption is correct.  

The same downlink applies to all operations from ISS.

145.800

73 De John N8QGC


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Samuel Pool" <w4sep@yahoo.com>
To: <sarex@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Saturday, May 05, 2001 6:08 PM
Subject: [sarex] ISS Downlink Question


> I have a question, which is of a beginner nature, but
> I'm new at this, so here goes...  After finishing my
> turnstile antenna, I was finally able to monitor the
> ISS pass at 22:00 or so on 5-5-01, and on 145.8, I
> head packet sounds.  I know packet has been very
> active lately from things I read on this list, but
> does that mean the packet and the voice share the same
> downlink frequency?  If so, I guess one has to listen
> to see what mode the ISS crew is using, right?
> 
> Thanks & 73,
> Samuel Pool, W4SEP
> Alabaster, Alabama
> 
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