[amsat-bb] Re: [SPAM] Re: GO-32 on 5watts

Andrew Rich vk4tec at people.net.au
Mon Nov 12 05:52:39 PST 2007

Could someone give me a hand - I want to move my satgate stuff off windows
onto linux

Where do I get the linux soundmodem ?

How to use ?

Andrew Rich VK4TEC
vk4tec at people.net.au <mailto:vk4tec at people.net.au>

-----Original Message-----
From: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org]On
Behalf Of John Ronan
Sent: Monday, 12 November 2007 10:39 PM
Subject: [SPAM] [amsat-bb] Re: GO-32 on 5watts
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On 12 Nov 2007, at 04:26, Bob Bruninga wrote:

>> Hello Bob, just tried GO-32 with my D7A into
>> a 1/4wave groungplane at 15 feet and my packets/
>> posit was heard by EI7IG igate. It was an 18 deg
>> pass to my east. had read on GO-32 page that
>> reports are wanted till more igates get up.
>> But thought you'd like to know the 5watt HT
>> crossed the pond agn. First 96 baud mode j bird
>> i've worked. 73. Mark
> Great! As soon as PCSAT-1 dies in a week or so and ANDE re-enters
> in 4 weeks or so, then Im gonna get back and fan the flames for
> more people to exercise their ability (any time, anywhere) with
> their HT to send an email via GO32.
> Lets see, you are in Main, and his IGate is in Europe!  Yep, nice
> haul for a 5W HT...
> 2007 11/11 22:59:55 : KB1GVR-9]4TSV1W,4XTECH*,qAo,EI7IG:``6yl!
> tk/]"4C}U
> 2007 11/11 22:58:58 : KB1GVR-9]4TSV1W,4XTECH*,qAo,EI7IG:``6yl!
> tk/]"4C}U
> 2007 11/11 22:57:29 : KB1GVR-9]4TSV1W,4XTECH*,qAo,EI7IG:``6yl!
> tk/]"4C}U

I feel much better now someone else  is using it :)

I'm trying to 'build a better I-Gate' at the moment.  Currently its
using the linux software modem 'soundmodem' as it allows for 9600 and
1200 baud decoding simultaneously. At the moment I need to replace
the 'interface' (with transformers) with a straight audio cable into
the soundcard.

I was looking at settings last night but I was unable to figure out
if any of the demodulators support AO-16.  It anyone knows any better
please let me know.

de John

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