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Re: Magazine Editors

Well, there is only one real answer to this question <grin>.  Put it on
145.825 AX.25 1200 baud and then it will be picked up worldwide by the
existing PCSAT Internet linked ground system and available real time to
anyone everywhere...  This assumes it's telelmetry is a low duty cycle,
then it is welcome on 145.825.                 de WB4APR, Bob

 On Thu, 31 Jan 2002, John Heath wrote:

> Researchers at Bristol University in England are asking the world wide
> satellite community to assist with data collection from their
> forthcomming Nano Satellite Project.  To be launched from the Shuttle
> during an EVA the 6.5Kg satellite will send data that can be decoded
> with software available off their web site at www.handsat.co.uk.
> The software has not yet been written. To get maximium participation
> worldwide, they want to give us the opportunity to have some input into
> the format chosen for the data stream.  AX25 packet, 9600, Bell 202,
> Soundcard decode etc. For more information visit the web site where you
> can complete the on-line survey form.

de WB4APR@amsat.org, Bob

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