nss at mwt.net
Fri Oct 7 14:25:37 UTC 2016
I would if I had a decent station. I love stuff like this, trying to
learn why something is the way it is.
The only thing I can think of is solar weather conditions, Since I
should have clarified that I'm talking about Mode "A" here only.
Soo wondering if some ionospheric stuff is effecting the down ward path
OHHH COOL Idea! What a neat idea for a sat!?
A RBN reciever in orbit! and it downloads what it's hearing and just
like a regular RBN it also tells signal strengths. hmmmmm?
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 10/7/2016 9:17 AM, JoAnne Maenpaa wrote:
> This sounds like an excellent experiment for you to try and report your results in an article for the AMSAT Journal!
> 73 de JoAnne K9JKM
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Joe" <nss at mwt.net>
> To: "amsat-bb" <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
> Sent: Friday, October 7, 2016 9:11:03 AM
> Subject: [amsat-bb] AO-07
> I wonder if anyone has actually done any studies after all these years
> on propagation's through this bird. AO-07
> I find it in the past couple weeks soo interesting on how varied the
> level of signal strengths can be on very similar passes.
> Where one pass, vs another are almost identical, yet one will be full of
> stations, and the next one all I hear is my own CQ.
> BUT... that difference can be all made by just who is actually on the air.
> BUT.... then take two passes that are almost identical, and ignore all
> the other people, and pay attention to just your own signal, where on
> this pass my sig is soo weak that 90% of the time I'm hearing nothing,
> then next pass that is very similar I am actually moving the S meter the
> signal is sooo strong.
> And in theroy, this is all Line Of Sight communications, the losses from
> one pass vs another should be the same.
> Yes polarity can be an issue, but I cant see it being the reason for the
> whole pass duration.
> Very Interesting!
> Joe WB9SBD
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