[amsat-bb] Re: AO7-b MODE??
kq6ea at verizon.net
Sun Jun 16 09:24:50 PDT 2013
I'm testing my Field Day setup all day, and AO-7 is definitely on the
list. If it's in the "wrong" mode for me, then I guess I'll get a chance
to see how well my BuddiPole works as a satellite antenna on 10 Meters!
I'll let you know what I hear today.
73, Jim KQ6EA
On 06/16/2013 03:52 PM, k4feg wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I know it is fathers day, but I have a question for the BB'S, Can we
> check to see if AO7 is in Mode A today?
> I have reports from Europe that it was not heard in Mode B but my
> compatriot in Europe does not have mode A capabilities.
> I have been doing yard work this morning in advance of rain so I
> missed the morning passes over the USA, I will be on later to see if
> we have had a switch.
> While during this Eclipse Cycle, AO7 has been coming up in Mode B
> since May 21, 2013, I have been advised that it is a purely random
> chance that it will come up in one mode or the other. There are
> periods of full eclipse lasting 9 or more minutes over Antarctica and
> maybe this was a random switch to Mode A.
> I will be monitoring the 1852UTC pass over EM55aj84ta to see what I
> copy, it is a 2 degree pass for me so it is not my best pass, any
> reports would be appreciated.
> 73 All FRM
> STARCOM DIV
> GGHQ: EM55aj84ta
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