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Re: MScatter good here last night



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On Wed, 18 Nov 1998 06:45:37 EST, Mike73@aol.com wrote:

>Most of our "peanut whistle" satellite stations are most capable of meteor
>scatter. You don't need the KW, however it would be nice! 

With 80 watts to a 17-element Cushcraft (linear polarized) I was able
to make 10 scatter contacts between 0742z and 1553z.  (No, I wasn't
awake and on the air that whole time! :)  )

The plan of listening for an opening and tuning up or down 5 or 10 KHz
worked well for me also.

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