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[aprssig] RE: 9600 APRS satellite on 145.825

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Tue Dec 6 17:22:03 UTC 2005


>>> farmer.aj at gmail.com 12/06/05 11:24 AM >>>
On 12/6/05, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:
> For the ISS mode, you can just store the
> 145.800 down and 145.99 in a memory
> and that way you dont have to use up a PM.

But then you have to change your path (at a minimum).

PCSAT2, PCSAT-1 and ISS should all respond to WIDEn-N
also.  Thus, you should not have to change your path.
but I have never really checked on ISS?

>  I also like to have a different SSID and beacon rate 
>for satellite ops. 

This is VERY TRUE.  If you want to keep track of your
satelite success, then you have to use a different SSID
otherwise FINDU will overwrite them when you return
to normal terrestrial ops.

So, I agree.  Use a separate PM for space-ops. Bob





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