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Re: ISS UPLINK Monitoring Techniques...

On Sat, 26 May 2001, jeff w griffin wrote abou tmonitoring the ISS uplink
on 145.990:

> Why bother, all you have to do is listen to a UO-14 pass. Even when (like
> this morning) the next ISS pass is 12 hours away!

Well sorrta..
but you will only hear emissions that are 10 dB stronger then aeveryone
else trying to work UO14.  So statistically it doesnt really tell us much
about the emitters on 145.990 that might be weaker than that, yet strong
enough to garble packets....


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