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Re: rtty on AO-40

JIM--you must be joking......
Use your PC sound card.
Just think how happy your wife will be when you
stop throwing Pennzoil 10W40 oil all over the house.
the software program has plenty of canned message capability.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Jim.Walls@sce.com>
To: "Rick Vidmar - K9KK" <k9kk@earthlink.net>
Cc: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2002 2:57 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] rtty on AO-40

Rick Vidmar - K9KK said:
> 45 and 170.
> I'm usually 10 to 20 KHZ below the beacon.
> Use LSB uplink and naturally USB for the downlink.
> Get yourself a FULL DUPLEX RTTY program to use with your sound
> card so you can copy your downlink.
> I use TrueTTY by UA9OSV.

Sound card based RTTY?  Gee, I was thinking about using the Model 28 KSR
with one ST-6 for receive and the Model 28 ASR with the other ST-6 for
transmit.  That will give me full duplex TTY, and I can use the paper tape
on the 28 ASR for sending canned stuff and a type-ahead buffer - just like
I used to do...
Hearing protection recommended...

Jim Walls - K6CCC
Mobile Radio Operations
Southern California Edison Co.
Ofc:   626-302-8515   -   PAX   28-515
FAX:   626-302-7501   -   PAX   27-501

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