[amsat-bb] VP2MKV June 17 1335 pass

Dave Swanson dave at druidnetworks.com
Wed Jun 17 18:15:48 UTC 2015

Hey Jim,

Just to clarify are you wanting us to transmit on 145.985? or 145.925 as 
the previous passes were.

Back home now, so hope to catch you on this next pass.. Thanks and 73!

-Dave, KG5CCI

On 6/17/2015 1:08 PM, Jim White wrote:
> 1735Z pass.  Good up and downlink on a 5 degrees pass to the east and 
> northeast.  No one to work.
> Next pass is 1916Z.  I it is 78 degrees max ele for us to the west.
> We will try to work as many as we can. As a reminder it is much easier 
> for me to find you in the passband if you just transmit on 145.985.  I 
> am tuning +- 10 or so from my downlink and I can follow your Doppler 
> without difficulty.
> We may try the 2106Z pass tonight but the last one of these skimmers 
> to the west there was no one on to work.
> We have had a great and long opening on 6 meters today all the way to 
> Colo.  Ken worked a couple hundred on CW and some SSB.  We think it 
> was enhanced by tropo here - getting us into the Es spot up near 
> Puerto Rico.
> On HF we got the RTTY going after some struggles and it is now a total 
> zoo on 14.082.  We will probably keep RTTY going today and tomorrow. 
> Tomorrow is our last day of operating.
> Jim
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