[aprssig] AJ3U-5 Sat Packets

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Mon Sep 26 18:54:10 CDT 2005

But there are no satellites using PCSAT as the call.
There is PCSAT-1, -2, -11, -12
PCSAT2, and lots of others, but no PCSAT by
itself.  But I can see how you are using PCSAT*
as a wildcard to filter them all.

I guess in that sense maybe the Satellite Tracking
program could use NO44 as the name or maybe
PCST to avoid this problem...   thanks. Bob

>>> "Andrew Rich" <vk4tec at tech-software.net> 09/26/05 7:39 PM >>>
yeah but they turned up in my aprs stream

I was paring on p/PCSAT/ 

Thats gunna be data from the sat and data from some script in the USA.

Thats no good. you take away the ability to filter by immitating the 

> On Sep 26, 2005, at 6:26 PM, Andrew Rich wrote:
> > You must must must always check the impact on findu.com
> >
> > and the APRS IS stream after impelementing anything to acertain the
> > impact.
> >
> > In this case the impact was mixing in with real satellite packets.
> >
> >
> If you look, findU has no problem differentiating these from "real"  
> satellite packets...
> Steve


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