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Re: Re: AO40RCV & FT-847



Hi,
    Then would it be possible to use standard CAT cables and standard
orbital prediction programs (WiSP, Nova etc.) IF tuning steps are kept
small?
    I can easily make WiSPDDE divide doppler corrections received from the
orbit pred. app. into several small steps...

> This works very well in my setup. I'm using a YAESU FT-290RII which has
> smallest tuning step of 25 Hz. The Doppler compensation with mic click
> works very reliable. I can leave the radio unattended and can start
> telemetry reception at AOS in the middle of the night. I calculate the
> beacon frequency for the time of AOS and set the frequency of the radio
> accordingly on standby. When the satellite occurs over the horizon the
> FT-290RII will fetch the signal and is starting telemetry reception.

    73 de Nando, CX6DD


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