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Re: AO-51 pass



It was working at ok that time, 2m up, 2.4 ghz down. I logged one contact at 
13:59 and another at 14:00. The downlink signal was keyed continously on 
2401.200 for the whole pass. You probably should have heard it.

73
Ernie, W8EH


Gene Marks WB2LLP wrote:
> This morning, 1353 - 1405 Z,  I attempted to hear the AO-51 pass  off the east
> coast to check out my S band receiver.  I heard nothing and am wondering if the
> satellite was in use at that time and I have a problem, or it was a bit early on
> a cool Sunday morning and everyone else slept late.
> 
> TNX es 73 de WB2LLP
> Gene Marks
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