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Re: Orbitron problem predicting Met-2 and Noaa satellites

Thanks Alex, it's interesting that numerous passes during the day don't have any Mag parameter.
greggrant890
3:08 AM
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16061

Re: Orbitron problem predicting Met-2 and Noaa satellites

Hello Greg, Magnitude indicates the brightness of the sat for visual observers, Orbitron can also be used for that. Kind regards Alex
happysat2k14
2:54 AM
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16060

Re: Bleedover from airband

I have the same transmission on 137.570 Mhz not over strong. During the last few months a number of new transmissions have appeared in the 137 Mhz band, some
greggrant890
1:32 AM
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16059

Re: Orbitron problem predicting Met-2 and Noaa satellites

The problem with Orbitron, [not really an Orbitron issue] is that if the Keplers do not have a "Magnitude" setting then unless you tick that box the prediction
greggrant890
1:27 AM
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16058

Re: Meteor M-N2 Global reception

Thanks Alex, Count me in. mahesh vu2iia On Tue, May 5, 2015 at 11:23 PM, happysat2k14@... [GEO-Subscribers]
vu2iia
9:38 PM
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16057

Meteor with tracking

Succes tracking . Meteor at night pass, with QPSKv11 + LRPTonline + Orbitron tracking + LRPT image processor . False color + CLUT2 + negative image.
climasat22
8:17 PM
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16056

Re: Meteor M-N2 Global reception

I'm in with Linux. Jeff K2SDR Sent from my iPad
jkelly
4:51 PM
#16056
 
16055

Re: Bleedover from airband

Hi, I don't know about 135.6 but I've found out tonight that the new VDL-2 digital transmissions on 136.975 (to replace ACARS on 136.750) are causing problems
Simon Kennedy
1:26 PM
#16055
 
16054

Re: Orbitron problem predicting Met-2 and Noaa satellites

Thanks for the information and image. Your suggestion appears to have resolved the problem. I am now having predictions for all the passes of the satellites I
walkerroaming
12:33 PM
#16054
 
16053

Bleedover from airband

Hi all i am looking for information reg a prob with bleed over from air band frequency on 135.600, when receiving meteor-m2 it totally wipes meteor signal out,
diver212001
11:18 AM
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16052

Re: Meteor M-N2 Global reception

Mahesh, you only need to be online is M2 is over your location and your recieving in real time. Alex
happysat2k14
10:53 AM
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16051

Re: Meteor M N2.

Hi Douglas and all, I'm experimenting the same as you. Less sensitivity at low signals but with stable and strong signal, some breaks like you have. I hope it
ve2fxl
9:25 AM
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ve2fxl
7:55 AM
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16049

Re: Meteor M-N2 Global reception

Hi Alex, Your project is very interesting. Please tell me whether will it require PC to be always online or is it OK to wake up just before pass, do the
vu2iia
7:24 AM
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16048

Meteor M N2.

Another excellent image from Meteor M N2 this morning. Very little difference in length or locking between the QPSK Demodulator (version 11 with tracking
Douglas Deans
6:45 AM
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