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Re: Doppler shift



>How much doppler shift is there on the ISS signal?
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>Alan Stumpf, KB3DHC
>KB3DHC@arrl.net
>http://pages.prodigy.net/aws69/
>North Hills Amateur Radio Club
>   JOTA Committee Chair

This can be easily calculated using the formula Delta F(Frequency 
shift) = (relative velocity) * (Unshifted frequency)/ Speed of light 
. Make sure the velocities are in the same units.
More can be found in the ARRL Satellite Handbook chapter 8

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