rzar66 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 12 22:01:44 UTC 2016
I will keep trying. I really need to get another Radio to work it full
duplex so I guess I can get something with a little more power for
transmit. Really strange since I just work SO-50 this morning at a 17
degree pass but cannot work AO-85 at a 89 degree pass. BTW my I just got my
vanity call this morning. I am now W6ZAR.
On Aug 12, 2016 11:06 AM, <jerry.tuyls at telenet.be> wrote:
> Hello Ryan
> That is strange, even without pl-tone i can access the sat. Also correct
the dwnlink, it sounds better(for me).
> Best 73's
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> Van: "R. S." <rzar66 at gmail.com>
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> Verzonden: Vrijdag 12 augustus 2016 19:36:13
> Onderwerp: [amsat-bb] AO-85
> Hello all,
> I am having a difficult time getting into AO-85. The equipment I am using
> is a Kenwood TH-F6A and an Arrow antenna. I have the PL tone set and am
> adjusting for Doppler on the transmit side. The first 4 passes I have
> have been 50 deg. or more over the horizon with one being 89 and still
> can't get in. I can hear it very clear on the passes I have tried. Is
> anything I am missing? I have successfully made a contact on SO-50 but
> AO-85 cannot hear me for whatever reason. I am a new ham and very new to
> satellites. Thanks for you help.
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