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Is it the CW beacon signal from HO-68?

Discussion in 'Satellite and Space Communications' started by BH1NAF, Feb 12, 2012.

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  1. BH1NAF

    BH1NAF Ham Member QRZ Page

    It is the first time I try to received satellite signals.
    I found the time and location the HO-68 HAM satellite appears by using Gnome Predict,
    and then received some signals by using an FT-60R and a Yagi antenna.
    Because there always exists a pulse signal interference of unknown origin at ~435.790 MHz,
    I am not sure what I received is the CW beacon signal from HO-68.

    Who can help me to analyze the following records?
    Please tell me whether it is CW beacon signal,
    and what is the concrete content of the Morse code.

    Thanks!

    http://www.box.com/s/hjyxmy0d52j6dsrtohsm
    http://www.box.com/s/q49r8smr4x6nxdb75too
    http://www.box.com/s/k6pufv6tq2hs4c0d12qi
     
  2. EA1HXG

    EA1HXG Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hello to all forum, if indeed the HO-68 is the CW beacon listens very well, just that you hear on the FM hi hi, despite the fact that sometimes the pass is remote for my qth (IN62hs), I hear a turnstile antenna + 7 feet rg-213 coaxial connectors N and my IC-R20 softly to noise level (passes through the middle Atlantic).

    73's from Spain

    Mike EA1HXG
     
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