Friday, July 31, 2009

what does eme require

100 watts "allmode power on 2m (70 watt on 440) an 18bd anttena a rdio of course and a pc

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

some links oon EME earth moon earth coms

a good start

another good starting point

these link will help go out and get everything you need to DO this tlaking to othe rhams OFF the mon

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

to use this data as more than reading matter

you would have to become a Ham it is an easy undertaking NO knowedge of Morse Code is required the nation ham org will help you as will the folks with funny looking antena on their cars

other wise of course you can read about stuff I have done here I dicuss eme and bouncing of comic junk ( meterscatter) HSMS

Monday, July 20, 2009

you can Reach the MOON NOW

this blog is likely a little different then most promoted by the NSS it focuses on reaching the moon. sorta

the moon is reachable and usable by anyone with a ham license and bit of gear

moonbounce or EME earth moon earth path is to many hams the unlitmate DX (distaant transmission) it short form one station transmits a signal at the mon and another ham station listens for the echo. It is the basis of the first effort at Com stat the passive exeriment Echo ( ithink launched just a bit before I was born) in the days of appollo this sort of path required very high power huges attenans morse code skill and the ability to use that skil on very weak and fading signals today rig like the Icom 910h are able to do that a 100 watts and something you obviously have or you would not be reading these words stay tuned for more moon realted

Sunday, July 19, 2009

one of the ings that you have to have to settle space is a usable comsystem

and to develope it you might look to ham radio

so this blog while space realted is not like the rest you may be reading these days

please stay tuned for more info and even info on how easy it is for YOU to touch the moon in a fashion