[amsat-bb] Russian Thing
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Tue Jul 18 16:32:31 UTC 2017
Digital meteor scatter techniques might work.
On Tue, Jul 18, 2017 at 12:25 PM, jim at k6ccc.org <jim at k6ccc.org> wrote:
> Joe asked:
>> Now for a surface to be reflective, how big does it need to be in terms
>> of wvelength?
> For MW dishes, the general rule of thumb is 10 wavelengths. Are you thinking about bouncing RF off of it? I would think the flat sides with it tumbling would make it very hit and miss.
> Interesting thought however.
> Jim Walls - K6CCC
> jim at k6ccc.org
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