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Re: 3DA0WC worked in USA



Was fired up here in Oregon at AOS (abt 2.6 deg) but
no sign of them anymore :#(
Did anyone on the West Coast work them???

73,
Gene
AA6NP





----- Original Message -----
From: Michael Kingery <mkmk518@snowhill.com>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2003 4:35 AM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] 3DA0WC worked in USA


> Or maybe he has some trees or other obstructions on his end.  Worked him
at
> 0720utc and he was easy copy (ssb) on my 10 foot dish.
>
> Neil did a great job on his trip.  I appreciate his efforts to give us two
> new DXCC's via Satellite.  Good stuff!
>
> 73 KE4AZN
>
> >Got up at 2:40 AM local time to work 3DA.  Didn't take long to find him,
> >even though the signal was very weak.  Worked 3DA0WC at 0749 UTC using CW
> >about 7 kHz above the beacon.  I'm glad I have a good CW filter because
he
> >was very weak with my 60cm dish.  He's even weaker now at my QTH because
> >AO40 just went behind a tree and dropped about 1 S-unit.  Perhaps he has
a
> >problem with the uplink feedline or yagi because he was easier to hear in
> >Lesotho.
> >
> >Wayne Estes W9AE
> >Mundelein, IL, USA
> >
> >
> >
> >
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