[amsat-bb] Re: Newbie in the UK
n5td at vvm.com
Sat Jul 7 15:13:38 PDT 2007
Chris and Others,
For V/U FM mode on AO-51, you can simply program
five channels to handle the Doppler Shift. For instance, using
Chan 1 and 2 for approach, Chan 3 for center frequency,
and Chan 4 and 5 for descent can work with manual switching.
While this is a good simple method, computer controlled Doppler
Shift would be even better, provided the correct data is entered.
1. 435.308 MHz - 145.917 MHz
2. 435.304 MHz - 145.9185 MHz
3. 435.300 MHz - 145.920 MHz <-- Cntr Freq.
4. 435.296 MHz - 145.9215 MHz
5. 435.292 MHz - 145.923 MHz
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Bloy" <chris at photofuture.co.uk>
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Sent: Saturday, July 07, 2007 3:20 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Newbie in the UK
> Hi All,
> Are there any members in the UK, well, South Coast (Portsmouth) area
> to the list who would be willing to show me the best way to work the FM
> Look forward to any replies..
> Chris... M0DQO
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