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Re: RS-13 Frequencies



Thanks John...

No luck on the 2313 pass here in terms of QSOs.  Again, I heard myself, but
the signal from my old Yaesau dual band "mobile" type radio just didn't
sound stable enough to produce readable morse.  I tried the 15 mtr uplink
briefly tonight, but the satellite wasn't very active.  Also, I need to find
the best to do that with my IC-765.

There seemed to be some sort of interference on the 2258 pass as well...

73,
Frank
wb2bxo@AMSAT.Org

----- Original Message -----
From: <k6yk@juno.com>
To: <fgrossma@idt.net>
Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2000 1:44 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] RS-13 Frequencies


> Hi Frank,
> Yep, your estimation of the frequency is about right.  Depends on what
> part of
> the pass, of course.  But a couple of Kc difference between your uplink
> and downlink
> (last 2 digits) is  right at times.
>
> I missed the 2315 pass. Did you have any luck.
>
> I started out with a  Regency HR2B on CW with 1 crystal on about the
> middle
> of the passband on Oscar 6 some years ago, and it worked pretty darn
> good,
> actually!
>
> 73,
> John, K6YK
>
>
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