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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.

  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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