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Re: AO40 success from FN20



On Sunday 22 July 2001 02:39, David A. Minster wrote:

> Thanks to all those we contacted for our first night on AO40. 
> Hopefully many more to come.

Yes, it was a pretty exciting night. We heard you work KB2M around 0337 
UTC (who we then worked, and were embarrassed a few minutes later when 
we realized it was Jeff KB2WQM with a new callsign). We also heard you 
work XE1/DG8NAO just before we retired for the evening.

Others worked here wre W1BFN, N3CXP, W4TAS, WB9CNS and WA4SXM. T'was 
very cool to hear the bird working so well, and good to know the 
station here still works even with our fairly primitive receve setup. 

73 de Maggie K3XS

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