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Re: Trying AO-40




On Sunday, Jun 1, 2003, at 09:23 America/Chicago, Reinhard Schulze 
wrote:

> I wonder about 435.700 MHz as a corresponding uplink frequency for the
> beacon. For me it's abt. 435.666 MHz.
> On my website I have compiled some information about
> preparing for AO-40 from my experience.
>
> 73 de Hardy DC8TS/KC2DMA

435.7 is about the theoretical uplink if you chart it out from the 
published frequency tables.  It may be different for you due to 
doppler, radio variations, etc.  Regardless 435.666 is still fairly 
close to 435.7.

73,

Jon
NA9D

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