[amsat-bb] Re: First Satellite QSO

Stefan Wagener wageners at gmail.com
Mon May 28 17:14:55 PDT 2012


Welcome to the world of amateur radio satellites. Ham radio will never be
the same :-)

73, Stefan VE4NSA

On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 6:44 PM, Steve May <steve.w5iem at gmail.com> wrote:

> I want to give a huge "Thank You" to all of the guys at the Dayton
> Hamvention for the information they shared at the AMSAT booth and the
> demonstrations. After a few unsuccessful tries I made my first QSO on SO-50
> about 10 minutes ago. I only made one contact tonight, that being KC9TTR in
> Indiana, but I know that the first one is the hardest.
> I am thrilled right now, and I know that learning what I learned in Dayton
> put me ahead many, many hours.
> Thanks again,
> --
> Steve May, W5IEM
> Amateur Extra - Georgetown, KY
> (520) 261-7847 - Cell
> Skype: USHorseman
> Steve.W5IEM at gmail.com
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