[amsat-bb] Re: AO-27 Pass 2023 UTC
wageners at gmail.com
Fri Jul 6 17:23:26 PDT 2012
You just keep it up! If you hear yourself on the Sat you are doing fine. I
would even go a step further and say play with the Sat. Reduce your power
and see what happens. Change your doppler settings and see how your signal
drifts. Learn as much as possible and most of all have fun and yes if you
have questions, just ship me an email. Been around for while. If somebody
has a concern or problem and they don't have the simple courtesy to contact
you in person via email or phone call, just plainly ignore it. You are a
licensed ham radio operator and you should be proud of discovering new
aspects of the hobby. Keep it up!
73, Stefan VE4NSA
On Fri, Jul 6, 2012 at 4:07 PM, Joe Batty <jbat at rocketmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Guy's,
> I think I was the only station from CN85 working this particular pass. I
> didn't hear any other station from CN85. I'm kind of taken back when some
> unidentified station identified "the CN85" station as always having
> problems and he doesn't know what he's doing or having problems with. You
> know what, maybe your are right.
> But then I could hear the sat very well, I could hear my station identify
> myself, and I did very much not try to step on any one already in
> communication that had control of the sat and waited my turn until it
> I would have very much preferred to have an email or a call from someone
> offering to help a station that's relatively new to sats and act as an
> elmer rather than cast the aspersions as I heard. I am new to sats and I'll
> not apologize for that. I do have not have a lot of experience with the
> Icom 910 but I've tried to assemble a reasonable satellite station. More
> help would be appreciated than criticized over the air.
> 73 Joe KT7E CN85
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