[amsat-bb] Re: AO-7 Mode A
fabianomoser at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 01:36:36 PDT 2009
AO-7 is fantastic satellite (also also the crew in the sat is
I don´t have yet antena for 10m and my dipole to 20m could not hear nothing.
I must find a solution to join AO-7 in MODE A.
Fabiano Moser CR7/PY5RX
ARISS-PORTUGAL (Amateur Radio on the International Space Station)
Representative at Teleconference and Portugal Telebridge Coordinator.
"There is no great talent without great will. (Honoré de Balzac)"
2009/10/2 ps8rf Piraja <ps8rf at hotmail.com>
> Hello All,
> Yesterday, when the AO-7 has radically changed the mode B to mode A, I
> noticed that the amount of QSO in mode "A" increased significantly, we see
> in the log of the AO-7. The signals are stronger at 29.450 MHz. Now the
> night, I heard stations of PY5LF, PY4ZBZ and especially Joe, K3SZH with
> signal 5 / 7 at the end of the orbit, in SSB. Is a wonderful sign in mode
> "A". I use a antenna 40 meters of wire and a 3 element yagi. I would like to
> invite the users of AO-7 to take this chance that the satellite is giving us
> to keep the QSO in mode A, I do not know how long it will last this
> AO-7 Log: http://www.planetemily.com/ao7/ao7log.php
> Piraja, PS8RF
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