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Re: re: Possible Pico Fire



John makes a good point here although it is difficult to evaluate what it
might mean.  There is a few "burbles and grunts" right on frequency easily
heard on an overhead pass.  At best it might well be an attempt at OPAL's
transmitter/TNC to come on.  Cliff K7RR

On Fri, 11 Feb 2000, John Mock wrote:

> I concur with K7RR on last night, and this morning's pass (PDT) was much the
> same for me:
> 
>     Friday  06:12:07 06:19:36 06:27:06  00:15:00  164 261 345  88.3* JAWSAT
> 
> Except it sounds like there were a few more beeps (e.g. maybe not idle) and
> perhaps some 9k6 data packets (but no AFSK or MCW). I haven't heard anything 
> on 436.625 +/- either.
> 
> 73's and best of luck!
> 
> 		         -- KD6PAG  (Networking Old-Timer, Satellite QRPer)
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