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Re: Shadow Experiment

Can't seem to find it right now, but somewhere on the previously mentioned 
web page the tentative proposal was for ISS to beacon packets every two 
seconds with the date and time provided from an onboard computer that is 
properly syncronised. This way there is no need for any software. The ground 
stations would just capture the packets..

             -- Mike  WB8ERJ

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>From: N1OFZ <n1ofz@arrl.net>
>To: sarex@AMSAT.Org
>Subject: [sarex] Shadow Experiment
>Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2003 18:14:29 -0500
>Does anyone know of software for the Shadow experiment for either Linux or 
>OSX?  If all that is really important is the time stamp then using 'listen 
>-c -a -r -t'  from the AX.25 tools package should provide the necessary 
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