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Re: Next AO40 TLM feed from 12m dish

We've been feeding AO40 TLM to Ron's site now for about 4 hours and have 4
hours more to go.  RF SNR is quite good and the 12m is tracking virtually
unattended including doppler correction, though most blocks are garbled
due to the spin.  MA is 191 and we are looking off the backside (114
degrees off pointing)...  de WB4APR, Bob

On Tue, 30 Jan 2001, (yesterday),  Bob Bruninga wrote:
> Our next window to feed AO40 telemetry to Ron's site from the 40' Naval
> Academy dish will be 1330z to 2130z on 31 Jan.  We now have a reasonable
> SNR at apogee and only errors (big ones of course) will be due to rotation
> fades...  Thanks to Rick Hambley, W2GPS, Ron Parise, WA4SIR, and others
> who set up the special software and links...  de WB4APR, Bob
> On Tue, 9 Jan 2001, Ron Parise wrote:
> > We have a server running at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
> > Amateur Radio Club.... You can connect your P3T to 
> > port 1024 and if anyone is flowing telemetry to the server you will
> > see it.      Ron wa4sir

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