Re: table of GPSL altitudes
Don Pfister <ka0jlf@...>
Yes, I meant to come back to this but have been sidetracked. One of the things I
have tried to do in the past was to capture the GPS data too. Mainly I was
interested in the Satelite data, number, signal strength, 2D/3D fix etc.
One of my main interests is that GPS info. With all the balloons, and the
inability to get my second beacon (GPS payload) running in time for the launch
(later I realized I hooked up the RD instead of the TD line) I didn't fly the
second beacon which would have sent the GPS data on a different band. Oh well
there will be next year for GPSL. And another HABITAT SkyLab flight probably
Sorry this was just a running off at the fingers (yet again, been a lot of that
from me lately).
Paul 26796 87900 (87913)--
Name=Don Pfister KA0JLF
HABITAT SkyLab soon to add SeaLab (underwater robotics)
(High Altitude Basic Investigation Testing And Tracking)
Email=ka0jlf@... or ka0jlf@... or donp@...
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