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Re: Unproto callsign?



I guess I am not the only one with 3 bad radios and antennas here!

73, Scott



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Luc Leblanc (VE2DWE)" <luclebla@sorel-tracy.qc.ca>
To: <sarex@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Saturday, January 03, 2004 6:53 AM
Subject: Re: [sarex] Unproto callsign?


> On 3 Jan 2004 at 22:02, Norm McMillan wrote:
>
> > What unproto callsign is ISS currently using? On the 1042 to 1058 UTC 
> > pass
> > I was unable to get a beacon thru using RS0ISS-4 as per the MAREX 
> > webpage,
> > on 145.800 simplex +- doppler.
> >
> > Aside from that there was a VK3 connected and going nowhere, but I 
> > thought
> > I should have at least got one packet thru'
> >
> > Norm, VK2XCI
> > Voice of the Edge of The Outback
> > Mount Hope, NSW, Australia.
> > QF27wd.
>
> I'M still using RS0ISS-4 145.800 simplex but on some ISS passes  i can 
> hardly hear it. sigs are too week to
> be decoded. I remark also i can start to copy sigs from a near maximum 
> elevation point until LOS.
>
> On the 0447 and on the 0623 pass this morning i was unable to decode 
> anything (can hear sigs)
> On the 0759 i got the following frames:
>
> RS0ISS-11>K3LTM [03-01-04  08:04:32]:Welcome to RS0ISS's message board
> System Ver 1.50 104406 Bytes free
> VE2DWE>RS0ISS-3,RS0ISS-1* [03-01-04  08:04:41]:TX 145.800 20W on 2 elem 
> yagi beaming zenith PSE QSL on
> ve2dwe@amsat.org
> RS0ISS-11>K3LTM [03-01-04  08:04:45]:Welcome to RS0ISS's message board
> System Ver 1.50 104406 Bytes free
> RS0ISS-11>K3LTM [03-01-04  08:04:48]:CMD(F/K/M/R/W/B/H/?)>
>
>
> and WB9IIV - Harry sends me this.
>
> VE2DWE/RS0ISS-1*>RS0ISS-3>UI,C,F0:
> TX 145.800 20W on 2 elem yagi beaming zenith PSE QSL on ve2dwe@amsat.org
>
> RS0ISS-11>K3LTM>RR0,P
> RS0ISS-11>K3LTM>RR0,F
> RS0ISS-11>K3LTM>RR0,F
> VE2DWE/RS0ISS-1*>RS0ISS-3>UI,R,F0:
> TX 145.800 20W on 2 elem yagi beaming zenith PSE QSL on ve2dwe@amsat.org
>
> RS0ISS-11>K3LTM>RR0,F
> RS0ISS-11>K3LTM>RR1,F
> RS0ISS-11>K3LTM>RR2,F
> RS0ISS-11>K3LTM>I26,P,F0:
>
> I was guessing it was my antennas pattern who was in problem due to an 
> elevation/attitude iss antenna
> pointing towards my station.  But this morning ISS 2 first passes where at 
> 23 and 43 degrees and the 0759 at
> 36 degrees (all max elevation points at about near the same azimuth 
> points). Is it possible they switched
> between antennas up there?
>
>
> Luc Leblanc VE2DWE
> Coordonnateur AMSAT pour le Québec
> Quebec AMSAT coordinator
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