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Re: ISS Downlink




Hello Bob and others.

The ISS downlink here in central Denmark (Jo56) is working fine on a omni,
eaven thow we never get an overpass.
If i should compare it with UO-14, well then i would give ISS an "A" and
UO-14 a "D"
UO-14 is very very week compared to ISS.
And in overall comparison the UHF satellites are much weeker than the VHF
satellites.
Speeking of UHF satellites, have any european stations ever heard AO-27, i
have not..
Thats what i can report with my setup.

      73 de OZ1SKY Brian
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> Now that ISS downlink on 145.800 has been in place for several weeks, I
> wonder how it is working out in Europe for people with omni antennas?
> The basis of this question is whether the noise level on 2 meters is
> causing any significant interference.  As a comparison, how does it
> compare to the downlink from UO-14 on 435 MHz with an omni?
> 
> de WB4APR@amsat.org, Bob
> 

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