[sarex] Re: RK3KKPK?
Alan P. Biddle
APBIDDLE at UNITED.NET
Fri Jan 27 13:19:13 PST 2012
Now that you mention it, I recall a few times when my own system would lock
up, and then eventually empty the buffer. Still, the INDIO digi is on the
standard US APRS frequency of 144.390 MHz.
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Subject: [sarex] Re: RK3KKPK?
Alan P. Biddle schrieb:
> I got the following note from a ham in the Palm Springs, CA area:
> This morning, while getting ready for Saturday's hamfest, I saw this:
>> 10:05:32R INDIO>RK3KPK Port=1<UA R F>
>> 10:05:51R INDIO>RK3KPK Port=1<RR R F R1>
>> 10:07:03R INDIO>RK3KPK Port=1<RR R F R2>
> This call is from near Moscow. Is it possible it is from the
> ISS? (INDIO is one of our digis.)
> There is an RK3KPK, Andrey Mironow, who was an RS satellite command
> years ago.
> Any answer I can give about how his call ended up on a WIDE1-1 US digi
One day I observed the same effect with US calls. I think the TNC was
blocked over Russia and "uloaded" over California.
Mit freundlichen Grüssen, Regards, 73
Thomas Frey, HB9SKA
Thomas Frey, Holzgasse 2, CH-5242 Birr, Tel. + Fax: 056 444 93 41
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