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AO-10 possibilities!!



Oh, I had hopes that it was AO-40, but I must confirm that it probably
something else.  Not to worry!  The very idea that our old friend might
be visiting was worth the price of admission!!  Cliff K7RR

Keith N6ORS wrote:
> 
> Hi Cliff,
> 
> Im beginning to believe it was a birdie, although it did move from
> 1700hz down to 1400 over a period of about 3 hours.
> Getting on ao40 now so that will be it for today.
> I sure hope it was the beacon i was seeing,  i liked that bird.
> 73,
> 
> Keith
> 
> Cliff Buttschardt wrote:
> >
> > Sorry Keith, no confirmation here on 145.81 +/-
> > I'll keep trying as well as attempting to transpond a signal through.
> > Cliff K7RR
> >
> > Keith N6ORS wrote:
> > >
> > > Been watching what looks like AO-10's beacon fading in and out most the morning.
> > >
> > > 73,
> > >
> > > Keith N6ORS
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