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RE: RS-13 Frequencies



Frank,

You have the correct RS-13 frequencies and it is plausible that you
were hearing yourself in the downlink.  I work RS-13 a lot, but
mostly work 29.460-29.470 cw, as do most of us who work cw on 
that bird.

You may hear signals from the 15 meter uplink 21.260-21.300 in
the downlink at the same time.  If you have the license privileges
and the rig to do so, I would recommend that you work RS-13 on
mode K (15 meters in, 10 meters out) until you can get an all mode
rig for two meters.

73,
Dave W8IJ
Camp Hill, PA

>Date: Sat, 30 Sep 2000 18:39:12 -0400 (EDT)
>To: AMSAT-BB@AMSAT.Org
>From: Frank Grossman <fgrossma@idt.net>
>Subject: [amsat-bb] RS-13 Frequencies
>
>What are the correct frequencies for RS-12/13.  I see several different
>pairs posted on the AMSAT site, and don't have my AMSAT Bulletin handy. I
>think the correct 2 meter uplink is 145.96-146.0, and downlink is
>29.46-29.5.  I tried transmitting on 145.98 keying the PTT of my 2 Mtr FM
>radio and thought I heard myself around 29.477.  Does this seem right, or
>was I listening to a little "birdie" chirping? -s-
>
>If I'm not in the midest of holiday dinner, I'll try the next pass at around
>2315.  Listen for the awful note.
>
>73,
>Frank
>wb2bxo@AMSAT.Org
>
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