n8hm at arrl.net
Fri Oct 9 10:26:36 UTC 2015
It seems the uplink is 5-10 kHz high. Also, you really need to twist
the Arrow to peak the uplink. Half duplex will be a real challenge.
As KO4MA suggested, narrow FM is a big help with the downlink.
On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 6:21 AM, Loon - <w3mat at outlook.com> wrote:
> Do think uplink frequencies seem to be on, or are there adjustments that need to be made?
> AOS 1 - 435.170AOS 2 - 435.175Max L - 435.180LOS 1 - 435-185LOS 2 - 435.190
> I find using the FT-60R challenging. The pass over central PA (50 degree) at 10:08 UTCwas strong, heard KC4LE, N8MH, KA4H, and others, but only had one station answermy call in FN10.
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