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435.454.3 MHz USB



Nicolau,

What radio are you using?

I'm using an FT-847 and I've been hearing this since I started hunting for
AO40 on UHF this morning.

I verified that the signal is NOT a birdie from within my home, by shutting
off the MAIN, and using a battery to power the rig.   Still there....

There is VERY definate QSB to it.....small fades, and surges.

At 2012z I have LOS, and will know for sure then.

Tim

----- Original Message -----
From: "nsallay" <nsallay@internext.com.br>


> Here I'm back again......
>
> - and still listening a very, extremely weak signal on 435.454.3 MHz USB
since
>
> UTC 16:36
> SSP  3.8N  57.0 W on almost on "top"of my Qth 42784 Km high
>
> now at
> UTC 17:18
> SSP 4.2N  63.9 W still on "top" of my Qth 37.982 Km high, the
> carrier, I'm unable to say it is modulated, is present with a little more
strengths
>
> Regards
> Nicolau - PP8DA


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