[amsat-bb] Orbitron Prediction Output - More than three lines?
Pavel Milanes Costa
co7wt at frcuba.co.cu
Thu May 7 00:59:20 UTC 2015
Give Gpredict a try.
It's a linux soft but on the internet there are Windows versions, This
is the way I doit.
It prints he pass data in about 20 lines (1/3 of a letter sheet) and I
use to draw by hand the polar view below it.
Select the sat, right click, next pass, list view, print.
El 06/05/15 a las 01:44, John Brier escibió:
> You can select Brief or 3 lines (AOS, MET, LOS) but what I would like
> is a line for every minute or two during the pass, maybe selectable.
> Also, can I get directions instead of AZM? I haven't gotten used to
> that yet. All this would be very helpful to me instead of having to
> bring my laptop, which will be hard to see outside anyway. Something I
> can just print out, and look at my watch to know where it is, and
> where to point, would be more convenient, I think.
> PS, I got into SO-50 this morning and this evening, meaning I could
> hear myself clearly on the downlink. someone in a Delta grid square
> came back to me this morning, but I didn't have the bird well enough
> to receive very well and had to apologize for that. This evening I
> heard myself multiple times but everyone was trying to work W4T. I got
> a good audio recording of the evening pass too. If someone wants it,
> let me know. My next attempt at SO-50 will be the Thursday morning
> pass and the evening pass too perhaps if I don't get anything in the
> morning. I must say, working this bird is very hard with such a low
> power signal. It is still very fun, but I am definitely thinking about
> a preamp! Hah!
> 73, KG4AKV, Raleigh, NC, FM05
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