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Hi Hans,


I am going to give a try tomorrow and day after and see if I can also work
G4AJG/4S7PE   I have also arranged a sked with Selva, 9V1UV if I can also
work him.  The elevation is going to be rather poor at 3 deg.

Perhaps you might consider switching on  Sunsat when it is over Malaysia.

Please confirm if the freq. is 437.290/145.825.  Someone gave
436.290/145.825.  I guess the freq. you have given must be the correct one.
 Anyway please confirm.


Sangat, 9M2SS 

At 06:06 AM 18/02/00 +0200, Hans van de Groenendaal wrote:
>Henry Chamberlain ZS1AAZ has provided the following Schedule:
>G4AJG/4S7PE, Peter Perera, will be in Sri Lanka for the next three
>weekends and we are making Sunsat available for operations there.
>SO35 continues in mode B with the Uplink frequency is  437,290 MHZ FM
>plus and minus 9kHz Doppler shift and the downlink is 145,825 FM.
>For newcomers: set the uplink to 437,285 at the start of the pass and
>gradually increase the freqency till it reaches 437,295 MHz. If your
>transceiver has enough memory possitions, programme the memory with
>small increments.
>There will be a special event station on 26 February 2000, run by the
>District Radio Club in Australia.  Two successive passes will be made 
>available for this event.  Contact person is Tony Langdon, VK3JED.
>During the passes over the RSA on 26 and 27 February, Sunsat's parrot
>repeater will be activated.  Uplink and downlink frequency will be
>145,825 MHzFM.  Sunsat SO35 will transmit a single tone burst, after
>which there will be a ten second period during which incoming signals
>will be digitised and stored.  Then a double tone burst will be
>transmitted, followed by a 10 second replay of the recorded signals. 
>The cycle will then be repeated. If there is a demand the parrot
>operation can be repeated else where in the world. Drop an Email to
>All other passes will be 436,290 uplink, and 145,825 downlink.All times
>are UTC
>19 February 2000
>Australia:                      00:13 to 00:27
>Sri Lanka                       03:37 to 04:01
>RSA                             06:56 to 07:10
>USA                             15:34 to 15:48
>19/20 February 2000
>Japan                 		23:53 to 00:07
>Sri Lanka                       03:06 to 03:20
>RSA                             07:54 to 08:08
>Europe                 		06:37 to 06:51
>25/26 February 2000
>Australia                       22:51 to 23:05          Special event
>Australia                       00:30 to 00:44          Special event
>Sri Lanka                       04:04 to 04:18
>RSA                             07:13 to 07:27          Parrot Repeater
>27 February 2000
>Japan                   	00:12 to 00:26
>Sri Lanka                       03:24 to 03:38
>RSA                             08:12 to 08:26          Parrot Repeater
>USA                             15:12 to 15:26
>4 March 2000
>Sri Lanka                       02:43 to 02:57
>RSA                             07:31 to 07:45
>Europe                 		07:54 to 08:08
>USA                             14:30 to 14:44
>5 March 2000
>Sri Lanka                       03:42 to 03:56
>RSA                             06:51 to 07:05
>Europe                 		07:14 to 07:28
>South America   		13:33 to 13:47
>Special Events
>The SUNSAT S)35 team will consider special events. Please send a
>detailed request to SAAMSAT@intekom.co.za well in advance (3 - 4 weeks).
>Please describe the event and supply a programme.
>SA AMSAT has introduced a SUNSAT Operating Award to reward stations for
>the number of contacts they have made with individual stations.
>There are three categories: Bronze for 25 contacts. Silver for 50
>contacts and Gold for 100 contacts. The objective is to work as many
>different callsigns as possible with the restriction that only one
>contact per pass may be claimed for the Award. No duplicate contacts are
>allowed, a station qualifies only once.
>To claim the award applicants must submit a copy of their log, verified
>by the chairman of a local Radio Club or two Amateurs to SA AMSAT, P O
>Box 1842, Hillcrest 3650 South Africa There will additional surprises
>for the first 3 successful applications.
>Short-wave Listeners may also apply for the award. Their logs must
>include the callsigns of both  the stations monitored.
>The cost of the award is $5 or 5IRC's to cover postage.
>Good luck
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