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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
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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