[amsat-bb] Correct up-link frequency for PO-101 (Diwata-2)
Mac A. Cody
maccody at att.net
Mon Jun 24 05:09:29 UTC 2019
That's what I was using.?? Like I said, I was probably just
out-gunned by more powerful stations.
Mac / AE5PH
On 6/23/19 11:01 PM, Stephen E. Belter wrote:
> I used these frequencies from the @Diwata2PH Twitter home page:
> Uplink 437.500 MHz, 141.3 Hz CTCSS
> Downlink 145.900 MHz
> I had no trouble getting into PO-101 on three passes during Field Day. I was able to talk to myself for all three passes for the entire pass.
> Of course, I was in Copper Center, Alaska and nobody else within range was heard.
> My point is that these frequencies worked, so the AMSAT website and their Twitter home page are most likely correct. My station was a standard Arrow, IC-9700, with manual tuning.
> 73, Steve N9IP
> Steve Belter, seb at wintek.com
> ???On 6/23/19, 7:35 PM, "AMSAT-BB on behalf of Mac A. Cody via AMSAT-BB" <amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org on behalf of amsat-bb at amsat.org> wrote:
> On the AMSAT FM Satellite Frequency Summary it lists the
> up-link frequency for PO-101 (Diwata-2) as 437.500 MHz.
> On the PHL Microsat website, the up-link frequency is
> listed as 437.7 MHz.?? Which is correct??? I tried to
> work PO-101 during Field Day yesterday and had no
> success getting in with my radio set to 437.500 MHz,
> and Doppler-shift adjusted near values.?? Of course,
> being Field Day, I could have just been 'out-gunned'.
> I do wonder, though.
> Mac / AE5PH
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