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Way To Go HITSAT



I to 'copied' HITSAT from here in West Central Florida. AOS at 22:43 
on 437.275 (because that is where the receiver was set to) with a 
solid S9 signal.

Copy Following Data
Signal 599 at 437.275 AOS at 22:43

2c4f504d514c4a4b

c1d1d2e6

JR8YJT

29011317222D


LOS at 18:47 437.266 MHz


Agree with Drew, the long gaps in transmission made for tuning and 
copying a bit hard. Hence, the there are gaps in the receive data 
while looking for the signal to reappear.

Good Luck HITSAT. Looks like you got a SAT that's a HIT...


73 Keith N4ZQ

EL88pa


 


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