18:38 UTC low 10 deg pass, 4 beacons heard – CP-4 seems spinning very fast
Could decode only the short header packet, data packets lost due noise dips

18:38:40 UTC 437.362 MHz N6CP>N6CP>UI,C,F0 (1200 baud): .COMM B
18:40:40 UTC 437.3618 MHz N6CP>N6CP>UI,C,F0 (1200 baud): .COMM A
18:42:39 UTC 437.3568 MHz N6CP>N6CP>UI,C,F0 (1200 baud): .COMM B
18:44:38 UTC 437.3537 MHz N6CP>N6CP>UI,C,F0 (1200 baud): .COMM A

for example: 2 beacons (pause removed)

3 thoughts on “CP-6”

  1. Any idea which of the elements matches CP6. Object A seems to be closest looking at the map, though I have not yet heard it here.


  2. Hi Alan, welcome onboard.
    I heard 4 beacons here with TLE OBJECT C – but it’s not good. Think also OBJ A will suit much better. I will try it tomorrow…
    73, Mike

  3. Hi Mike,

    Heard the signal here (Nashville, TN) using the Obj A keps. Strong and with good Doppler agreement. The transmission interval seems somewhat irregular, though in multiples of 2 minutes.



Leave a Reply