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Re: AO-7 in Darkness -- Has anyone heard it?

On Thu, 27 Jun 2002 07:16:03 GMT, Richard@g3rwl.demon.co.uk (Richard W L Limebear) wrote:

> How about it you southern eskimos ?  any consistency in turn-on delay ?

> 73
> Richard W L Limebear G3RWL

Geez mate, I'd like ta say I heard it, but I can't.. Bu&&^r!

It's still in range as I write this, about 20deg El at 4deg Az and
dropping. I listened on 145.972 +/- 5Khz, 435.110 +/- 15Khz and 
29.502 +/- 5Khz, zippo, nada, not a sausage Old Bean.. Sorry bout that,
but as I said earlier, I have yet to hear it. Antennae are, 7el hrizontal
yagi on 145MHz, 1/4w gp on 29MHz and 1/2w Slimjim on 435MHz. 
Rigs are, IC-290a, IC-490a and FRG7700..

I'll try and remember to have another go later on tonight at 10:42z, or

See Ya,

       Alan. (ZL2VAL)

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