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As satellite equipment is getting cheaper, this might be a new interesting area for radio enthusiasts, suggest Tracy Wood.

Go hunt those satellites

While medium wave and short wave DXers are faced with all kinds of interfering noises, especially in these days of ADSL and cable Internet connections, radio listeners might turn to parts of the radio spectrum.
As satellite equipment is getting cheaper, this might be an interesting area, suggested Tracy Wood in a starting presentation at this year's Kulpsville Shortwave Listeners festival in Kulpsville, USA.
"Go DXing with pictures", Wood said, adding:
One interesting aspect is that Russian companies are getting into this more and more."
So go get it, before more of those eluding signals from space get encrypted.
Risto Kotalampi, hcdx live from Kulpsville, March 9, 2001
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