Did anyone recorded around the 1820UTC pass over est NA? if you have something i will add it to my collection as i have the first pass.
Luc Leblanc VE2DWE
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I use audacity software for recording and editing.
It is a great free open source recording software.
Al - KD4SFF
-- "Rick - WA4NVM" <wa4nvm(a)comcast.net> wrote:
I have a 11 minute recording that starts about 1819utc. I don't have any
except Windows sound recorder. As far as I know, it will only make short
(one minute) I can edit out the dead air and make a few recordings for you.
know another option, just let me know.
73, Rick - WA4NVM
----- Original Message -----
From: "Luc Leblanc" <lucleblanc6(a)videotron.ca>
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2008 4:08 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] ISS ISS 1820UTC pass
> Did anyone recorded around the 1820UTC pass over est NA? if you have
> something i will add it to my collection as i have the first pass.
> Luc Leblanc VE2DWE
> Skype VE2DWE
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I must be doing something wrong here. I cannot switch the IC 910H to tx and rx in the same (2 metre ) band while doppler tracking using HRD.
Carlos showed me a tick box on his version of HRD that enabled single band working on his TS2000 but it's not present on my program and I've just downloaded the latest version. The only change I can see in the latest version is that the option to change bands between main and Sub for TX and Rx has been grey-ed out.
And I can't understand the help section that says I can set both bands to Main - because they are greyed out.
Any help gratefully received.
Congratulation on your 2000 plus Qsos on AO7. Every time I look at the foot print over Europe and our skeds attempt it was so close but no cigar hihi.
Again a hearty congratulation and the help you have given me.
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Hi folks, was listening here via echolink but it quit, I thought they were
quiting for lunch break, but according to the schedule they should come back
at 1300 est. I hear nothing, Are they only going to echolink some of it or
does anyone know when it will come back on or what is the schedule. tks
Just a quick hello from the Atlanta Symosium. There were great talks yesterday (Friday) and lot of informal chatting about satellites over the day, evening, and into the wee hours of the night. Great fun and interesting conversation. The number of fellow hams from "across the various ponds" in quite impressive!! Glad to have them in the US.
Today's schedule looks to include many more excellent talks, and of course there is the annual meeting that takes place a bit after 10 am.
"Wish you were here."
Mark L. Hammond [N8MH]
Great satellite but underused and hearing Europeans calling CQ NA with little results. Many regulars not in any order.
G1WPR,G7NFO,G8ATE,OH8MBN,YL2GC,PA1TNO,EA8HB,ON5NY,I8CVS,EA2BVD,DL5RDI,DH5MK,CU3EQ,EA4CYQ,YV4DYJ I could go on but you get the picture.
So unlock your fixed frequency (FM) and expand your horizon beyond NA. Feel the excitement from EU to SA and if you are grid square collector, what prizes await you. And yes you can have intelligent, fruit full QSO without being smashed. So pull up your blind and see the big picture beyond your imagination, old timers know what iam talking about. And yes try AO7 the foot print is bigger yet and that's a big picture.
Just my observation what you are missing. Why get trampled in a small ring and no where to go.
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