Re: Latest ARISS SSTV Project - no or very little signal

Brad Smith

I use wide band on my 72 with great results. 

Brad KC9UQR 

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On Apr 12, 2019, at 12:02 PM, Fred Hillhouse <fmhillhouse@...> wrote:

The 12:40 pass in Massachusetts is attached.


I used narrow band. This is my typical recording using my D72 and Diamond RH77CA with Robot36. I had similar results in a previous event with ‘poor’ audio.


Best regards,

Fred N7FMH



From: [] On Behalf Of Mark Huffstutter
Sent: Friday, April 12, 2019 12:00 PM
Subject: Re: [Work-Sat] Latest ARISS SSTV Project - no or very little signal


That is very interesting, Floyd. I am in the Central United States,
New Mexico, and I
Experienced the exact same problem You did.
At the 01:31 UTC pass here, an almost perfect
Overhead pass, I had almost S9, full quieting
Receive, but the SSTV audio was very faint, would not trigger My Robosat36
app. I have another pass here in a couple hours.

Looking at the ARISS blog page others are
Getting good copy, confusing Me!

Mark. KB7WAL

Just had a very good pass from the ISS.  Unfortunately, the SSTV signal
was nil to none although the RF was, at my location, full quieting,
albeit, also intermittent.  This was a pass almost directly overhead from
Germany (JN58).

Anyone else in Europe see this?



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