[amsat-bb] Re: The Tragedy of the commons / split frequency working
Gary "Joe" Mayfield
gary_mayfield at hotmail.com
Tue Feb 24 20:11:23 PST 2009
I like it!
From: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] On
Behalf Of G0MRF at aol.com
Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2009 1:45 PM
To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Subject: [amsat-bb] The Tragedy of the commons / split frequency working
Having been on a few DX-peditions, I can't imagine the sense of failure
would go with running a DX-Net on a satellite, However, I nearly missed the
following great idea from Bruce.
Actually we can do split on AO-51. If anyone felt a DX-depition was
the effort and resources, we just tell the DX to use one uplink channel and
the people replying to use the other. It would maximise QSO rate and even a
handheld with low audio would be Q5 without any interfering signals.
73 es gud DX
David G0MRF / 9H0WW / C56DX / ZC4DX / 3B9C
In a message dated 24/02/2009 15:02:29 GMT Standard Time, kk5do at amsat.org
Very interesting Bob..... I had just sent this to a friend of mine to
look at before sending to the bb. It is basically the same thing.
However, taking checkins is too time consuming, this is a much easier plan.
When dx stations are working HF and they are operating split, they can
very easily move up and down the band to find a station that is in the
clear. Also, no one has a problem hearing them (except for the
occasional guy that forgets to hit split). However, when on the
satellite, you do not have the luxury of split operations on FM.
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