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Re: AO-40 V-Rx



Hello This is Yoshi.

At 2002/06/07 13:16:08 Pornchai Semjang wrote:
> I see that AO-40 status say "V-Rx ON from MA116 - MA120 and from MA128 
> - MA160, but no user access." What's does it mean? Is it possible to 
> uplink on VHF band for now? I'm waiting for VHF uplink for AO-40 due to 
> limitation on UHF Tx in Thailand.
>  
> 73,
> Joe, HS2JFW

  I asked Joe about the regulation of Thailand, and he informed me that;

(1) 70cm is only at 435-438MHz and ONLY FOR ECEIVING!
(2) 23cm is not for Ham. Both Transmitting/Receiving is prohibited! Some
    of special stations have its permittion but only for receiving...

  Ummm... Too bad thing for AO-40....

  Is it possible to swith the matrix from U/L->S2 to V/L->S2 (or V/U->S2)
during the short period? We should open the gate for hams who cannot
uplink to AO-40 with their limited regulatins....


Yoshihiro Imaishi JF6BCC/KH2GR
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