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What Fred is talking about is the satellite pass prediction service
that Lynn has running. Send an APRS message by any method (Internet
is probably best) to the satellite name, and you'll get a reply
message with information showing the next pass. So, just send a
message to "ISS". The message text can be anything (it's not
used). Be sure to beacon where you are first.
Gervais Fillion wrote:
i am not there yet as they say.
i want to know when she approach my qth so i will listen at her
tx frequency,,145.800 if i recalled years ago and see if
something has changed.
it may gave me a go to programm a radio and,,,called them!!!!
And, if you send a message to ISS, you
will receive the time of the next pass over your
o/ISS*/PSAT* will get you the APRS satellite objects
that I inject into the APRS-IS. See also:
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows
Mobile and Win32
On 5/24/2020 4:21 PM, Gervais Fillion wrote:
what line did you add in your
filter to see the Ariss passing by your,around
i would like to see her if she pass
over eastern canada too.
73 from the other end of canada
I've switched the Path to ARISS as
I my D72, I use a path
of ARISS. You should use the same
path. You don’t need any other path.
On Behalf Of Don Poaps
Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2020
Subject: [APRSISCE] APRSIS
settings for ISS
of us in the Vancouver BC area
have been pushing APRS. Lately ISS
is been coming up. Is there any
setting in Path or anywhere else.
I'm using a Mobilink TNC3 with a
cheap HT normally on 144.390. I've
moved to 145.850.
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