Re: ISS Packet transmissions

From: HSHK (hshk@ix.netcom.com)
Date: Tue Jul 05 2005 - 06:57:56 EDT

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    Hi Jim,
    
    AGW Packet Engine works very well along with UISS.
    
    AGW is a software TNC (Terminal Node Controller).
    
    UISS is the terminal program.
    
    Doing a google on each will locate them.
    
    73 ES GL OM,
    
    Bill  KA8VIT
    
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    On 7/5/2005 at 2:32 AM Jim Holland wrote:
    
    >After viewing several good visual passes of ISS over my area over 
    >the past three days I noticed in the pass predictions that there would be
    >a 
    >pass at 65 degrees elevation at 1:36am on July 5th. Since this wouldn't be
    >a 
    >visual pass I decided to listen in on the downlink frequencies, primarily 
    >145.8 Mhz. I was able to pick up about a dozen packet bursts, a couple of 
    >which were quite strong. Can anyone reccomend a good software packet
    >decoder 
    >for Windows XP? I would like to try to feed the audio into the PC sound
    >card 
    >from the receiver.
    >
    >- Jim - 
    
    
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