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[aprssig] Operating both GO32 and ECHO from the mobile

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Tue Oct 16 21:34:00 UTC 2007


You can work these satellites from your FM mobile.  
Just use this strip of paper for pass times.

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* Mid-Atlantic States:  *
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GO32 435.225+/- 145.93 uplink APRS 9600 baud
16th
Day1 Day2 Day3 Day4 Day5 Day6 Day7 Day8 Day9 
---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- 
1040 1015 0950 0930 0910 1025 1005 0940 0920 
                    1050                1055
2015 2135 2110 2050 2030 2005 2125 2100 2040 
2155                2210 2145                
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ECHO 435.300+/- 145.92 PL67 FM Voice
16th
Day1 Day2 Day3 Day4 Day5 
---- ---- ---- ---- ---- 
0830 0930 0850 0950 0910 
1050 
1940 2040 2000 2100 2020
2120
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Today (16 Oct) is Day1.  After Day9 or (day5 on Echo), 
cycle back to Day1.  This table for all of the mid-
Atlantic states only.  More tables to follow.
Times are +/- 5 miuntes or so of middle of pass.

ELEVATION ANGLE:  Days with double passes are lower
and will be further away.  Days between those are
higher overhead passes.

MORE UPLINKS!  The table is only the BEST pass of 
each day when you can hear the downlink.  HOWEVER, 
every day, there is a pass 100 minutes before and 
after each of those passes when your uplink will 
get in just fine.

Happy wilderness traveling!

P.S. NOTE!  ECHO is down right now, so it may be a few
days before she is back up...

Bob, WB4APR





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