When I ran passes for me in DM13 Riverside CA, there were only four passes ... if you have set your prediction program to 10 degrees or min altitude, set it down to 5 or so ... I was copying the Kenwood's ~25W transmissions at 3 and 4 degrees lazt SSTV project!
On April 6, 2015, at 13:46, Randy Hall [email protected] wrote:
If I have done my predictions correctly, I don't think there are any North American passes. I think it may only be on April 11 from 10:00 to 21:00 UTC.
When I changed my PC clock to April 11, passes between those times were over Europe and Russia.
Did I screw up?
On Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 10:15 AM, Clint Bradford [email protected] wrote:
Do not forget next weekend's planned transmitted SSTV images from the ISS project!
At 25W or so, you will he hearing the ISS from very low elevations as you record the 183-second broadcasted images.
Recording and decoding these can be as easy as holding your HT's spear close to your iOS device! Details at ...
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