[amsat-bb] AO 73

Rich/wa4bue richard.siff at verizon.net
Sat Jan 18 05:50:50 PST 2014

Hi All

Just getting back to A0 73.  Found AO 73 in the CELTEX file, that was great. 
Is the data signal stable as compared to the transponder?  If not what is 
the technique for tracking the drift?  I would like to try to implement at 
school by April.  With a little luck we will have the upgraded Portable 
SATCOM running next week.  Once it is up I will try to get some IT guys 
setting up the dash board.

Also what is the minimal antenna to copy AO 73?  We have picked up a second 
school and looking at a 3rd one maybe next year,

Your answers will be a great help.

God Bless

Rich W4BUE
W4FOS HS Radio Club

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