[amsat-bb] Re: LOTW Satellites from the Old Days
Gary "Joe" Mayfield
gary_mayfield at hotmail.com
Sun Jan 8 06:07:44 PST 2012
The recordings sound neat.
I would have not known at the time of the QSO if I were talking on RS-10 or
RS-11. As you know they were multiple satellites, but physically connected
together as one orbiting object, they may have even had only one power bus.
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Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: LOTW Satellites from the Old Days
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From: "Gary "Joe" Mayfield" <gary_mayfield at hotmail.com>
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Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2012 9:36 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] LOTW Satellites from the Old Days
> One of my winter projects is to get all of my OSCAR contacts back to 1989
> in LOTW. Unfortunately, my older logs are not available.
> What are folks doing about contacts made on RS-10/11? My log book says
> RS-10/11 and LOTW wants either RS-10 or RS-11 and I really don't have a
> way to tell which? The same conundrum applies to RS-12/13, but it appears
> I logged most of them as RS-13 for some reason.
> Thanks and 73,
> Joe kk0sd
Beginning from OSCAR-6 up to AO40 I have all my QSO recorded on
a professional tape recorder REVOX A77 using 1/4" tape winded in many
and many big coils each 10.63 " in diameter and so I can enjoy to hear time
to time the voice of my old satellite friends and as well the CW ROBOT
of the RS satellites.Before to start any QSO I mention on tape the name of
the satellite the orbit numbar and the date, just for record along with the
log on paper.
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