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Re: Possible Weak SuitSat signal heard



Audio programs can be used to optimize anything you record in a digital
format...if you can set your computer to record, you may get enough audio to
earn a QSL card from Suitsat. Audio tape converted has much less of a
success rate.

Roger
WA1KAT

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Allen F. Mattis" <afmattis@hal-pc.org>
To: <sarex@amsat.org>
Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 5:52 PM
Subject: [sarex] Possible Weak SuitSat signal heard


> SuitSat pass over Texas, 1655-1704 UTC, 04-Feb-2006
> Between 1658-1701 UTC (highest portion of the pass at 32 degree maximum
> elevation)
> I heard 3 different segments of modulated carrier for about 1.5-3.0
seconds
> at a time.
> It was a very weak signal and I was unable to make out any words, but
there
> was definite modulation on an FM signal.
>
> Allen N5AFV
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