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Re: Interference on AO-51



Hello!

Those russian voices are the part of telephone conversation. The problem is 
known,-in Russia people often using long range cordless phones "Senao" (with 
working range up to 150km!!!). Russian HAMs are in touch with this problem, 
because somtimes these phones working in 2m band causing the interferences 
to HAM radio. Sad to say, but until now  it is nothing impossible to do with 
those phones. Big country with big problems. Nothing cares about that, but 
russian HAMs only....

73! Oleg LY3UE

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Reinhard Richter" <r.richter@dj1km.de>
To: <glasbrenner@mindspring.com>
Cc: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 12:58 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Interference on AO-51


> Hello Drew,
> I have worked the second morning pass today. I made a recording of a part
> of the pass. Besides my cq call (in vain) you can hear in the first part
> Russian voice and telephone dial tones, and in the second part Spanish
> voices. A 67 Hz PL tone would surely keep the qrm on the uplink away.
> You may download my recording from www.dj1km.de/ao51.zip (5 MB).
>
> 73
> Reinhard, DJ1KM
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