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Re: Working SO-50 with a TS-2000



SO41 and SO50 weren't up yet when the TS2000 came out,
and AO27 was far behind UO14 at that time.

73s John NE0P


--- "Freeman P. Pascal IV" <pascal@pascal.org> wrote:
> If I turn off the preamp on the TS-2000 I can
> usually hear through the
> birdie.  Same on AO-27.  I'm waiting for my preamp
> to arrive that I'll
> install at the antenna, hopefully that can provide
> enough gain to hear
> through the birdie at 436.799.  It is annoying
> though, how could Kenwood
> sell a "satellite" rig with a birdie right on top of
> three satellite
> downlinks?
> 
> Other than the birdie, I love my TS-2000.  I haven't
> given up on it yet.
> 
> -Freeman
> 
> On Fri, 2004-04-23 at 13:07, HFDXJUNKIE@aol.com
> wrote:
> > My TS-2000 has a birdie on the downlink which
> makes it basically impossible 
> > to work so-50, I do get about 4 minutes of AO-27
> when the doppler shifts the 
> > freq towards the end of the pass. Good Luck !!    
> 
> > 
> > 
> >                                             Pete
> NA2P
> 
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