Archive - Jul 14, 2007

What kind of antenna do you use most frequently to contact the ISS

Handie Talkie Rubber Duck
0% (0 votes)
Other Handie Talkie antenna
0% (0 votes)
Arrow Handheld Beam Antenna
27% (4 votes)
Other hand-held beam antenna
7% (1 vote)
1/4-Wave Mobile Antenna
7% (1 vote)
Gain Mobile Antenna
0% (0 votes)
Temporary (Magnetic Mount) Mobile antenna
0% (0 votes)
1/4-Wave Vertical Home Antenna
13% (2 votes)
Gain Vertical Home Antenna
27% (4 votes)
Eggbeater Antenna
13% (2 votes)
Other home fixed antenna
0% (0 votes)
Antenna array with azimuth/elevation rotators
0% (0 votes)
Other (please elaborate in a comment)
7% (1 vote)
Total votes: 15
AH6RH – Sat, 2007 – 07 – 14 22:43

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Iv'e been watching the Passes for a long time now using NASA's Human Spaceflight Website--Also have Starrynight Backyard Astronomy Program and can monitor as it happens or before it happens in the dusk or dawn skies.They update the Astronomy files for Satellites.My call is K2EAI Lou
louschmoo – Sat, 2007 – 07 – 14 16:06
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