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Re: QPSK Plugin for Meteor M-N2 test please!

Here's today's Meteor-M2 overhead pass about 85 degrees: QPSK11: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tq140oeugzlgff1/2015_05_03_LRPT_10-17-37-122.rectified.bmp?raw=1
ve2fxl
2:01 PM
#16023
 
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Re: Today's M2 pass and question

Hi Alex, Thanks for answering my queries. I will stick to QPSK tracking. Nice to know that you plan to support all wx sats. Keep up good work and thanks for
vu2iia
11:07 AM
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16021

Re: Orbitron problem predicting Met-2 and Noaa satellites

If I understand you correctly then I had the same problem which was overcome by setting Orbitron Prediction setup as per the "Capture" image I posted her,
greggrant890
11:05 AM
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16020

Re: Today's M2 pass and question

Thanks Alex...looking forward to the project as it progresses. Had a nearly overhead clear pass this morning. Hendricus M2_5-3-15.jpg
hendricusl
10:28 AM
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16019

Re: 5/2 Channel 1 East Coast USA

In message <55461A7F.8070100@...> "jkelly jkelly@... [GEO-Subscribers]" ... Great image. Yes, sometimes just using a single channel appears to
Barry Smith
10:21 AM
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16018

Re: Today's M2 pass and question

Hello Mahesh, ... If you mean the 'old' sattracker plugin no when QPSK has a signal lock any manual (main in SDRSharp above) frequency change make it unlock
happysat2k14
10:09 AM
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Re: Today's M2 pass and question

Alex, For time being, can I simply allow Orbitron DDE client to control frequency of SDR# and disable QPSK tracking. Will it be OK ?. I am among those, who
vu2iia
9:13 AM
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Re: Today's M2 pass and question

Hello, I can understand this :) There is alot of confusion running with and without Orbitron and the whole plugin itself. The changelogs vary much from each
happysat2k14
8:14 AM
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16015

Re: QPSK Plugin for Meteor M-N2 test please!

Alex, I will recheck everything and get back to you. With Ubuntu things work fine. David, Thank you for useful information, it will help me and some others as
vu2iia
7:07 AM
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16014

Orbitron problem predicting Met-2 and Noaa satellites

I have used Orbitron for a long time to predict satellite times at my location. Recently I see, using the predict feature, say for 3 days ahead, that
walkerroaming
7:00 AM
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jkelly
5:54 AM
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Re: Today's M2 pass and question

I go along with those comments. I have completely lost the plot at the moment and have also reverted back to the tried and trusted original process of
walkerroaming
4:51 AM
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Re: QPSK Plugin for Meteor M-N2 test please!

That is an excellent video! Since your emails are in English, I will assume you speak English. Do you think you could do a video in English? I would like to
jkelly
4:01 AM
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Re: QPSK Plugin for Meteor M-N2 test please!

Hello Mashesh, What is the error rate you see in the QPSK window? - if error > 100 in lock mode there is either no correct local time sync or PPM, PPM and
David J Taylor
12:54 AM
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Re: TCP connection from QPSK Plugin?

Many thanks for the reply, Alex. All is well - completely my fault. I did not copy all of the files to the folder where I was running the program from. So,
Scott
9:57 PM
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