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Re: APRS/MIR pass 1 no-go



> 
> At 10:18 AM 3/10/98 -0500, you wrote:
> >Nothing heard on the 1455z pass.  R0MIR was working on the prior pass at
> >1325z.  Donno what happened.  Stay tuned for the next pass at 1630z on 10
> >Mar over USA...  de WB4APR
> >
> 
> MIR not heard here on the second pass either...hope it's nothing serious.
> 
> 73 de Rick, HR2KOS
 
Andy Thomas was active on 143.625 MHz during the second pass (1630 UTC).
(I didn't check the first.)  Maybe there's a desense problem?  I seem to
remember something similar to this happening a few weeks ago.  Once the
crew went to bed and 143.625 MHz went silent, the packets started flying
on 145.985 MHz.

Just a thought...


73, de John, KD2BD

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