[amsat-bb] Re: Funnies
Edward R. Cole
kl7uw at acsalaska.net
Thu May 5 16:59:14 PDT 2011
At 02:40 PM 5/5/2011, Kevin Deane wrote:
>Since Ham Radio cartoon funnies seem to be so hard to come by, I
>have been making my own. I was hoping I could find out from you
>guy's what was the OLDEST and BEST sat you all got to use so I could
>make them more interesting...Basically lookin for the oldtimers fav,
>something before my time if you will.
>I know Amsat has good info on all of them, just do not know the
>right one or one's to pick for my project.
>I have had good feedback on them so far, I thought I might circulate
>them publicly seeing how postage would get a little expensive...
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AO-6 was the OLDEST I got to operate (actually it was the west-coast
command station). But BEST has to be AO-7 since it is still
perculating! FAVORITE was AO-40 mode US.
73, Ed - KL7UW, WD2XSH/45
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