[amsat-bb] "Fall" Grid Trip

Joe nss at mwt.net
Tue Aug 30 15:08:48 UTC 2016

This posting got me to thinking.

Is there a list of active stations?

Say you are working on WAS or similar awards, and you need a certain state.

is there a list anywhere of active stations you could E-Mail to set up 
possible schedules etc.?

The Original Rolling Ball Clock
Idle Tyme
On 8/30/2016 9:43 AM, R.T.Liddy wrote:
> SAT Grid Chasers,
> My annual Fall Grid Trip will be early this year due to other upcoming personal plans.
> Between 9/5 and 9/11, I'll travel from Ohio north to Sault St. Marie and make a loop through the following Grids:
> EN76/86/87/88/98/99/89/79/78/77
> Operation will be on FO29, SO50 and AO7.  I may check out a couple XW's before I leave to see if I can work them.
> I usually go about 15 KHz up from center on Linear SATs.
> I'll be moving across a lot of territory, so some Grids may only be operated ONCE. However, I HOPE to work as many folks as possible that NEED these Grids.
> C U Soon, 73,       Bob  K8BL
> P.S.  I have a low tolerance level for rude/inconsiderate operations    on Single-Channel SATs. If I encounter too much of it, I'll    just go QRT on them.
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