ISS trace on BRAMS Meteor Radar

I have tried to identify the ISS on a few occasions, via BRAMS Meteor radar, choosing close West to East passes. The results were not conclusive on my set up or even BRAMS RX stations. Examination of data from the Hove receiver shows a vertical line in the correct time window and is likely the path of ISS.


Conclusion the reflected signal of ISS from BRAMS Radar is quite weak several receiving sites checked show no signal at all, a close pass is needed for identification.


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