[amsat-bb] Re: online article of interest-ANSWER TO WHAT IS P BAND?

David Donaldson wb7dru at usfamily.net
Sun Sep 16 20:58:31 PDT 2007

According to the Nation Radio Astronomy Observatory site
P-BAND  305-337 mhz

Learned something myself (guess I didn't know it all, my wife is right)


Dave Donaldson
Navy Mars: NNN0AXK
Burnsville MN

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Great article!  Anybody recall what frequency "P" band is?

Greg  KO6TH

[amsat-bb] online article of interest‏
From: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org on behalf of Dr. Jay Garlitz
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An article of interest about tracking satellites and spacecraft from
Gainesville, FL in the 1960's:
>From Sven Grahn in Sweden: <>
Jay AA4FL (Faculty Advisor, Gator Amateur Radio Club at UF)
Can you find the hidden words?  Take a break and play Seekadoo!
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