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Re: RS12 problems across Europe



In article <8c.4a454f0.27fb6008@aol.com>, K5OE@aol.com writes

>Since 10 m is a great daytime DX band, the problem exists all over the world 
>during daylight hours, regardless of where the satellite and the 10 op are 
>located.  I have many times switched to 10 m FM and simply do a "break," inform 
>the station(s) they are operating in the satellite passband, and politely 
>request they move above 29.600 MHz. 

I would have done just that if I had a licence for HF :)
I did experiment trying to catch his attention via the sat but no luck.

>ps:  I've been looking for UR5 on AO-10.  Ask him for a sked :-))

You will have to wait your turn. *I* haven't got that yet :)

John

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