[amsat-bb] Issues with ISS digipeater this morning?

Jeff Moore tnetcenter at gmail.com
Wed May 17 03:01:38 UTC 2017

ISS has a much higher orbit than the other sats  ~250 miles vs ~150 miles
or so for other LEO sats IIRC!

Jeff Moore  --  KE7ACY

On Tue, May 16, 2017 at 7:31 PM, Douglas Tabor <dtabor at estesvalley.net>

> Having just joined (last 2 weeks) the APRS world with my TH-D72, I’ve
> heard a lot of ISS packets coming down, but was unable to make contacts
> until I got the Arrow pointed at the ISS. NO-84 on the other hand, I’ve
> been able to contact using the stock rubber-duck on my TH-D72. Something
> ain’t quite right here.
> 73,
> Doug, N6UA
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