[amsat-bb] Re: CQ-VHF Spring Edition CO6CBF Article

Patrick STODDARD (WD9EWK/VA7EWK) amsat-bb at wd9ewk.net
Tue Jul 16 09:45:12 PDT 2013


Unfortunately, that PDF is not the complete article from CQ VHF.  I don't
have that issue with me at the office, but there is at least one more page
(and maybe two more pages) to the article missing from the PDF.  But it
gives you some idea of what Hector went through to assemble a working
station for the satellites.

You can see more about what Hector has done to get on the satellites in
the YouTube video of his presentation at last year's AMSAT Symposium
in Orlando:




CQ-VHF Magazine has elected to allow a free preview of the current issue
> (Spring 2013) highlighting an article by Hector, CO6CBF on operating
> satellites using a homebrew setup from Cuba. You can
> view the entire article at:
> http://www.cq-vhf.com/vhf_**highlights/2013_vhf/2013_**
> spring_vhf/2013_spring_vhf_**working_satellites.pdf<http://www.cq-vhf.com/vhf_highlights/2013_vhf/2013_spring_vhf/2013_spring_vhf_working_satellites.pdf>
> Congratulations to Hector, who is an inspiration to all of us. And if
> you're not a CQ-VHF subscriber, you really should be. It's a great
> magazine, and very supportive of satellite operators.
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