[amsat-bb] Re: Recorder battery died - anyone have a recording? 2/5/2011
nss at mwt.net
Sun Feb 6 11:42:48 PST 2011
Now in My MIND
this was not a valid QSO,, the information was NOT all done on the
radio, never mind he had the call wrong.
BUT even if he did work WP3T,
he did not know he did it
it took YOU and YOUR station to let him know it. so even if the call he
thought he copied was right I would never ever think this as being a
valid qso. now if the tape he made had worked fine and he later
determined that he copied the call wrong it still even then is not a
even if he had the call right is a grey area to me that it was a valid qso.
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 2/6/2011 1:09 PM, Rick - WA4NVM wrote:
> I jumped on that one to quick. I just listened to my recording and you
> Sorry about the error,
>> Hello to the group -
>> My recorder battery died during a pass of AO-51 yesterday (2/5/2011) I
>> the pass was approximately 18:53 UTC - it was a mainly east coast pass. I
>> made a contact with WP3T, I believe, which is why I rely so much on my
>> recorder. Many of you know how bad I mess up calls so I may have the
>> of the call incorrect. I just failed to notice the battery was running
>> low. If anyone may be able to help me out I would appreciate it...
>> Thanks in advance and I hope everyone enjoys the 10 hours of Super Bowl
>> Michael, K4MOA
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