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Re: AO 27



Hi this is Yoshi.

At 2001/02/21 01:41:29 John Becker wrote:
> I have been trying to hear AO-27 and UO-14
> to see if I can work them.
> 
> I did not hear anything at the 1630 or about pass
> did I miss it?

  I do not know where you are (maybe at eastcoast US?). But at
the pass of AO-27 orbit #38594, My Calsat32 says that the AO-27
got the sunlight at 16:05z.
  AO-27 is now operation under the TEPR system. TEPR4 18 and
TEPR5 36 means that the repeator will turn on at 9min after the
first lighted time, and turn off at 18min after. So just between
16:14z - 16:23z the repeater will be turned on.

  So at 16:30z the repeater might be turned off already. :-)

  I usually try AO-27 at the suturday morning, but during these
few weeks, I can hear that downlink just only the half of pass.

73 de Yoshi JF6BCC

Yoshihiro Imaishi JF6BCC/KH2GR
mailto:jf6bcc@jarl.com or jf6bcc@jamsat.or.jp
<http://plaza16.mbn.or.jp/~palau/> Sorry, Japanese only now.
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