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Re: AO27




Gary and others,

It sounds like too many people trying to use just ONE
FREQUENCY  at the same time.  If you're really interested
in satellite work try RS13 or FO20 or FO29 for some 
voice work. Lots of clear spots to work people there.
And you don't have to use FM.  

73,
John, K6YK

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On Thu, 14 Jan 1999 18:57:32 -0600 GPersons <railfan@flash.net> writes:
>I agree that AO27 very hard to hit on the weekends. I had very good 
>luck for a while making contacts but for some strange reason, here 
>lately I have had a VERY hard time making contacts. As a matter of 
>fact, I have made no contacts in over a month. Not that I monitor that 
>much. Strange.  I am only running 5 watts with an Arrow. I don't 
>understand what is going on. It is almost impossible to make contacts 
>on the weekends. I feel that if everyone would wait between their 
>calls then us QRP stations would have a chance. I understand that 
>there is only a limited amount of time to "catch" the bird. 
>
> Just some musings from a QRP dude.
>
>
>73
>
>
>Gary
>

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