[amsat-bb] Re: CAPE-2 news
godetj at wanadoo.fr
Wed Dec 11 04:02:14 PST 2013
You are right, Nick. I apologize for the inconvenience. Now it's OK
through the same link :
It was orbite nr 323, the next ones, 324 and 325, was OK with AX25
telemetry each 15 seconds.
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On Wed, 11 Dec 2013, Nick Pugh K5QXJ wrote:
> Thanks Jean-Pierre
> The mp3 was corrupted could you please resent the file
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> Subject: [amsat-bb] CAPE-2 news
> Hello my friends !
> The pass over western Europe of orbits between 204 and 308 (this last
> yesterday) were well received, especially the CW telemetry (decoded by ears
> :-) because of its interesting sound).
> This morning, during orbit 323 pass (AOS 0732 UTC here) a continuous
> carrier alone was heard, slowly frequency modulated at the rate of the
> satellite rotation due to the voltage variation with no battery available :
> period 4 seconds, amplitude 850 Hz.
> Better, have a look here :
> Have a nice day, everyone !
> 73 !
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