[amsat-bb] Re: SO-67 14Nov2009 1521z Audio
Alan P. Biddle
APBIDDLE at UNITED.NET
Sat Nov 14 08:13:41 PST 2009
It would be very interesting to hear from other parts of the world where
only 1-2 stations are on whether the dropouts are similar. That would help
clarify the situation. SO-50 has similar dropouts, and AO-51 did as well
when the PL access was enabled.
From: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] On
Behalf Of John Papay
Sent: 14 November, 2009 09:45
To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Subject: [amsat-bb] SO-67 14Nov2009 1521z Audio
The central USA pass was much like the eastern pass.
Signals from the satellite were very strong. Audio
was very loud, even on the wideband rx setting on the
TS2000. Audio cut off after a few seconds of transmission
was prevalent. It seems that it took several seconds for
the audio to come back when this happened. Lots of stations
on the bird including KC8ZFN, KD8CAO, WB8OTH, WC7V, WA4NVM,
KB1RVT, WA4SCA, KB0RZD, N5AFV, WD9EWK, N5UXT, WB2IOL, KF9L,
AA5PK and others. The bird went over the horizon before it
The next Western USA pass is not visible in Cleveland.
John K8YSE EN91dh
john at papays.com
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