[amsat-bb] AO-92 Uplink Question
w7lrd at comcast.net
Sun Feb 4 19:14:23 UTC 2018
Being part of the "digitally challenged" group and most probably being one of those requesting assistance (thanks Glenn). I'm getting better. I enjoy using Satpc-32, however when the "wheels come off" it can be most frustrating. I believe in the KISS principle. Perhaps as several have mentioned it's time to massage this piece of software. The basics are already there we just need to KISS it.
73 Bob W7LRD
> On February 4, 2018 at 10:56 AM "Mark L. Hammond" wrote:
> Hi Brian,
> We try to get the word out, best we can. Hopefully Drew KO4MA and the Operations Team will be able to set a weekly schedule that can be followed as frequently as possible. Some exceptions will occur, but a routine schedule will help all users (and the command team).
> I posted an email this morning to this list right after commanding into L-band mode. The subject of my email eluded to being in L-band for 24 hours. I didn't make clear it would be back in U/v after that...but that's likely to be the default
> Also, The Amsat New Service had the information about the schedule, in advance. You should subscribe, if you don't already. Check our webpage on how to do that.
> Also, the schedule is on the webpage as well, posted in advance. So the info is there, just have to keep your eyes open and look a bit. It'll get easier as we go...and we'll continue to try to make it known.
> Mark N8MH
> At 12:42 PM 2/4/2018 -0500, Brian wrote:
> >I was able to hear the past 2 passes of AO-92 this morning.
> >Per the the past couple of posts, it looks like AO-92 is using the 1.2
> >uplink freq.
> >How can I find out when it will be using the 435 uplink freq ?
> >Thank you
> >Brian, KG8CO
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