Re: [scoutradio] Digest Number 216
- I can atest to the receive side of an ARISS contact. I was traveling on I-95 near Quantico, VA yesterday at 1938z and copied the ARISS downlink on my Kenwood TH-G71 with an extented rubber ducky clipped to the window of the car. It was very exciting to hear the answers from Commander Culbertson to the Greenfield High School group.Jay AE4MK Trustee K3FBI----- Original Message -----From: Alan StumpfSent: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 11:45 AMSubject: Re: [scoutradio] Digest Number 216Here is some ARISS info:
Worldwide downlink for voice and packet 145.80
Worldwide packet uplink 145.99
Region 1 voice uplink 145.20
Region 2 and 3 voice uplink 144.49
Initial operations will only take place on the 2m
Call Signs for the ISS
Frank Culbertson KD50PQ
Doppler is minimal and the station is easy to hear
with a small beam (or vertical - some fading) and a HT.
It was easy at the Jamboree and fun.
Alan Stumpf KB3DHC
NHARC JOTA Coordinator
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