[amsat-bb] Re: HF satellite chat
nss at mwt.net
Sat Jan 29 20:04:12 PST 2011
I remember the amsat cw bulletins.
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 1/29/2011 8:46 PM, Alan Sieg WB5RMG wrote:
> Talk about a flood of memory...
> Back in the day, if someone didn't have packet bulletins,
> or access to Compuserve via TAPCIS, we could copy the current element set
> for AO-10 and AO-13 from VOICE, onto PAPER - and manually edit our data
> files for QuikTrak or InstantTrack ... Gosh, how easy it was to make voice
> contacts all over the world. QSOs that could go on for many minutes....
> I worked more DX with AO-13 than I ever did with HF. I'm just sayin . . .
> OK, back to reality - carry on.
> Thanks /;^)
>> Was on 14.280. Don't remember the day and time.
>> On 30-Jan-11 01:59, Alan Sieg WB5RMG wrote:
>>>> Anyone want to join in on 7.190 for a satellite group rag chew 24:00 utc
>>>> WA4hfn Damon
>>> Seems that there used to be a weekly AMSAT net on 20m,
>>> or am I just showing my age... I haven't kept up unfortunately.
>>> 40m is probably good for evening/nite-time chat... Sounds like fun.
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