[amsat-bb] Re: help
hkowall at shaw.ca
Tue Jan 5 08:04:50 PST 2010
Also the schedule of HO-68 can be seen at the following link
At this link you can see when and which mode is active (Time is in UTC)
So far I have herd nothing also ( lol)
But I did not listen for the beacon,which I will do on the next path 16:05
utc,Should be over North America
I hope this helps a little and that I am correct
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ben Jackson" <bbj at innismir.net>
To: "Andrew Rich" <vk4tec at tech-software.net>
Cc: "amsat-bb" <amsat-bb at amsat.org>; "w3vvp" <w3vvp at atlanticbb.net>
Sent: Tuesday, January 05, 2010 9:36 AM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: help
> Andrew Rich wrote:
>> wrong hobby
> Says the man who spams APRSSIG with off-topic programming questions that
> can be answered with a few Google searches. If you have nothing
> constructive to say, don't reply. In conclusion, please pull your bottom
> lip over your head and swallow.
> Ah, the felt good.
> Now, George:
>> On this last pass of HO-68 at 2216 L AOS I heard nothing on ssb,cw or fm.
>> The foot print of Satpc32 showed all US.What am I doing wrong, I have
>> downloaded latest keps. George
> As Drew stated, the FM and transponder are not always on all the time,
> but the CW beacon should always be going. I have no idea about your
> skill level, so let me suggest basics:
> * Are you sure you're on the right frequency?
> * Are you compensating for doppler?
> * Everything connected correctly?
> * Can you hear other sats?
> Hope this helps and that's it something simple.
> Ben Jackson - N1WBV - New Bedford, MA
> bbj <at> innismir.net - http://www.innismir.net/
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