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Re: so-35 0000z pass



I heard it as "on-off" for about 1 second several times, then right
before it went
away in the south I was able to make a few calls, but got no answer.
My signal was OK on the downlink.

73,
John

On Sat, 14 Oct 2000 19:11:26 -5 "Bruce Paige" <kk5do@AMSAT.Org> writes:
> on the 0000z pass 10/15/00 voice pass, so35 was turned on for only 
> about 
> 30 seconds. i heard a partial call, i got my call in and then it 
> turned off. seems 
> to be on for the north pole and canada and then turning off over the 
> states.
> 
> 73...bruce
> 
> 
> 
>
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