[amsat-bb] K6PV/p Santa Catalina Is. DM03
Patrick STODDARD (WD9EWK/VA7EWK)
amsat-bb at wd9ewk.net
Fri Feb 27 20:25:41 UTC 2015
DM03 apparently is a bit on the rare side these days. I know there
are some who get on SO-50 from DM03, but may not work the most
shallow passes that reach the east coast. It may be more rare on the
SSB birds, and I'll check my log at home this weekend to see who I
have worked for my recent DM03 QSOs.
I was just out there two weeks ago, and had some requests to work
from DM03 instead of other grids between Phoenix and Los Angeles.
I'll be back out there in early April, and - depending on my travel, and
the needs/requests from other satellite operators - might be able to
make my trip home a less direct route. Or I can just work more
passes from DM03.
On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 1:17 PM, Jim Jerzycke <kq6ea at verizon.net> wrote:
> Is DM03 really that "rare"?
> If it is, I'll get on the birds more often.
> Jim KQ6EA
> On 02/27/2015 07:50 PM, John Papay wrote:
>> The Palos Verdes Amateur Radio Club is operating
>> from Santa Catalina Island, DM03rk through Sunday.
>> They have been worked on SO-50 but have about a 10-12
>> degree horizon. DM03 is not on that often although
>> some of it is on the mainland. Callsign is the club
>> call, K6PV/p.
>> John K8YSE
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