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Re: FO-20 Refection

Hi Gary,
    I was the other guy that was in QSO with K9SLQ at the time you heard
this happening. I am using the new FT-847 and was running around 40 watts
at the time. So let me know what you find out. I will be watching the BB

Later Jim, KØSBH 
jimw@i1.net  or k0sbh@amsat.org

WEB Site  http://www.i1.net/jimw


> From: Gary S. Bargholz <n9uur@mail.execpc.com>
> To: amsat-bb@AMSAT.org
> Subject: FO-20 Refection
> Date: Friday, April 10, 1998 7:14 PM
> Hello Group.
> Just copied an interesting happening on FO-20.
> K9SLQ Indiana and another station were in QSO
> downlinking on 435.842, however I also heard
> both sides of the conversation coming down
> on 435.888 as well. The .888 was about 2db
> weaker in signal strength.
> I talked with K9SLQ, he was running a 736, just 
> back from the shop. I doubt if both stations could
> have spurs on their 2 meter xmit, though possible.
> Any ideas on this, a quirk in the bird?
> Something in my receiver, it was there with my preamp
> on or off.
> Just thought it strange.
> Thanks,   Gary
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