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Re: South America QRM?



Hello Angel,

-unfortunately we do have QRM from some kind of "comercial stations",
I think so, on the uplink frequency of UO-14 coming from Central and South
America.These stations naturally do not read us,otherwise they whoud have
complained already.
I do no know what can be done agaist this QRM, I think,several of these countrys
have a different VHF frequency allocations, or are pirate stations in the middle of
the jungle.We have been fiting locally several pirate stations and gathered some
sucsess,it's not a easy task.

have a nice day
Nicolaus K.S.Sallay-PP8DA
n.sallay@horizon.com.br

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Santanaamt@aol.com>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Saturday, June 07, 2003 8:41 AM
Subject: [amsat-bb] South America QRM?


> Good morning:
>
>        Sometime ago someone was saying that when a satellite passed over his
> QTH, he heard some kind of conversation on the downlink; I have the same
> situation over here. When the Uo-14 passes to the south I hear some "telephone
> conversations" that come from Venezuela or Colombia, very strong! But I do believe
> we don't bother them cause have not heard a complaint on their "phone calls".
> Have you heard them?
>
> Just curious,
>
> Angel Santana - WP3GW
>
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