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Re: AMSAT-BB Digest, Vol 2, Issue 93

At 00:26 09/02/07, Bob wrote:
>And we still need good ANDE data from the Southern Hemisphere so
>we can detect the spin rate.  Right now, ANDE is in the dark in
>the Northern Hemisphere.  We need data from the Southern
>Hemisphere.  ANDE only wakes 2 seconds every 16 seconds to
>listen for activity.  IF it hears any packets, then it will stay
>awake for the next minute.  While it is awake, it can be used
>just like PCSAT-1 as an APRS digipeater by all users.  And while
>it is awake, we will also be able to hear telemetry which is
>what we need.

Hi Bob,
What are the minimum station antenna requirements to trigger/access ANDE?
Geoff ZL3GA 

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