[amsat-bb] 2 Metre Noise : was RE: Re: Keplerian Elements for FUNCUBE 1
cjhurst at bigpond.net.au
Fri Nov 22 20:48:08 PST 2013
Stefan and Mark,
90% of the "crud" on 2 metres comes from my Cable Modem / Router.
Lucky so far Funcube and N3XT are in the clear.
From: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] On
Behalf Of Stefan Wagener
Sent: Saturday, 23 November 2013 14:24
To: Mark L. Hammond
Cc: AMSAT BB
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: Keplerian Elements for FUNCUBE 1
Thank you very much! I had this nasty birdie on the Defli-Next frequency and
after reading your post, I killed my Netgear N600 and WOW, the birdie on
145.869 is gone :-)
Thank you again!
On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 9:24 PM, Mark L. Hammond
<marklhammond at gmail.com>wrote:
> My shack is (sadly) full of 2M "birdies." Most of them come from my
> wireless hub...replaced it once, didn't improve. Need one that is
> on 2M, but with so many devices, changing anything on the wireless
> gives me a migraine :)
> The SDR FCDP+ waterfall on 2M is really, really ugly here. Heh.
> Mark N8MH
> At 09:20 PM 11/22/2013 -0600, n0jy wrote:
> >Well, I will third that. I had a 2 degree pass and it worked well
> those keps. Not a lot of TLM recovered but I could hear the between
> frame beep for the duration of what SatPC32 said was AOS.
> >I've got a few birdies from neighboring ?? and they can wreck the
> telemetry very easily unless FUNcube is pretty strong. It doesn't
> seem to take much birdie carrier to lose a frame.
> >Anybody else have similar woes?
> >On 11/22/2013 8:59 PM, Rick Walter wrote:
> >>Just copied 89 frames of telemetry from FunCube 1. I agree, the
> is a
> >>really good fit.
> >>1 39417U 13066B 13326.90242084 .00004113 00000-0 57014-3 0 107
> >>2 39417 97.7998 39.4992 0063751 190.6311 169.3388 14.77099805 237
> >>Rick - WB3CSY
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