[amsat-bb] Satellite Activity - JA vs. NA
k4rgk at arrl.net
Tue Mar 1 20:39:46 UTC 2016
I have sent a few emails recently to your ARRL address. I wonder if
they are getting stuck in your spam filter.
Apologies to all for the BB post.
On 3/1/2016 10:29 AM, Paul Stoetzer wrote:
> I was browsing the AAR29 satellite logger site yesterday
> (http://aar29.free.fr/sat/indexlogin.html) and noticed that JO2ASQ
> reported working 24 different stations on a pass of AO-73 on February
> 28th and 28 on a pass on February 14th.
> 2016-02-14 00:01:00 JO2ASQ PM85MF JH4MGU JA3FWT JH4RNY JH1EMH JM1SBU
> JA9AOB JA3PXH JG6CDH JK3HFN JA3HEO JR8QFG JF1CQH JH1UVJ/4 JR0BUL
> JH3XCU/1 JF2IMU JA1VVH JE4KQH JM1FBF JI3OQO 7L3AEO (28 QSOS, CW&SSB)
> DE JO2ASQ/3
> 2016-02-28 01:18:00 JO2ASQ PM85MF JA3PXH JH1RYE JA1VDJ JH4MGU JE4KQH
> JA3HEO JL1SAM JM1SBU JK3HFN JG6CDH JA1SJV JA1VVH JH6TYD JA3HEO JA7KPI
> JH1EMH JN1VXL JO1LDY/1 7L3AEO JF2IMU/2 JA3FWT DS2BWU 24 QSOS (CW 22,
> SSB 2) DE JO2ASQ/2
> That's absolutely incredible! I'd love to see a pass like that here in
> the United States - on any of the many linear transponder satellites
> we have passing all times of day these days - AO-7, FO-29, AO-73,
> XW-2A, XW-2C, and XW-2F all work great, but FO-29 passes are the only
> ones where there is really much activity heard.
> Let's use the satellites!
> Paul, N8HM
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