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Re: AO-40



Hello Mark,

Right!  AO-10s IHU conked out about...what, 15 years ago?  Therefore, no one
"controls" AO-10.  Its presence in the same RF footprint as AO-40 simply has
to be tolerated.

Regards,

Greg KF4BWQ

"Mark L. Hammond" wrote:

> Yes, I hear AO-10 quite clearly on 145.899....
>
> It would be nice if somebody politely reminded our fellow sat ops on AO-10
> that there are people listening for AO-40 in this frequency range....
>
> Happing signal hunting!
>
> 73,
>
> Mark N8MH
>
> At 07:46 AM 12/15/2000, Builderick@aol.com wrote:
> >Hello Group
> >I'm hearing something thats lighting my G3RUH modem light
> >On 145.825.7    (UO-11/so35 is not over)
> >ON 145.918.1
> >On 145.974.2
> >No light on but I can hear a faint signal on
> >ON 145.897.5
> >Please Listen!
> >73 KB0VBZ
>
> Mark L. Hammond  [N8MH]
>
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