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Re: What Sat TX on 144.100 ?



I think it was just coincidence that FO-20 was in the area at the time.  I
looked at the keps for the other Tubsats, and I don't think this one is
either of the ones listed.  Either Tubsat, or Tubsat N.  The NORAD number
doesn't match the one mentioned in the other communication.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Herbert R. Nichols, W3EOA <hrnw3eoa@one.net>
To: Tony, VK5ZAI <hutch@electric-web.org>; SAREX <sarex@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2002 1:50 PM
Subject: Re: [sarex] What Sat TX on 144.100 ?


> Greetings,
>
> I was able to copy the following on 144.100+/- Doppler:
>
> VVV DE CNZ / ARKAA AL YAMAMA
>
> This morning at 1604Z until 1616Z.  The signals were very strong and I was
> able to get a good tape of at least nine sets of the above code.  I looked
> up FO-20 orbits and it was nowhere in site.
>
> Coord.:  -84.43990 W and 39.36363 N
>
> Tnx for info.
>
> Herb, W3EOA
> West Chester, Ohio
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tony, VK5ZAI" <hutch@electric-web.org>
> To: "SAREX" <sarex@AMSAT.Org>
> Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2002 12:49
> Subject: [sarex] What Sat TX on 144.100 ?
>
>
> > Others in Aust. along with myself  are hearing a
> > strong signal from a satellite on 144.100 MHz.
> > It keys out VVVDECNZARKAAALYAMAMA approx. every 30
> > sec. and it is orbiting approx. every 110 mins.  I
> > have heard it once so far on Jan. 23, from 11:38
> > till 11:54 UTC. The signal was peaking to 40
> > over9+
> > The pass almost coincides with FO-20 however I
> > have only heard it once so far as it has just been
> > brought to my attention, but others heard it
> > yesterday as well.
> > Anyone with info on this would they reply direct
> > please.
> > --
> >       Regards Tony.
> >
> >  Aust. ARISS Co-ordinator
> >  WEB SITE: http://www.electric-web.org
> >
> >  J.A.(Tony) Hutchison. VK5ZAI
> >  P.O. Box 216, PARINGA. 5340.
> >  South Australia.
> >  _____________________________
> >  Grid.QF05jt: AMSAT Aust..#799
> >  Member of AMSAT-NA....#33418
> >
> >
> >  Riverland Radio Clubs web site:
> > http://www.rrc.org.au
> >
> >
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