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Re: [eu-amsat] AO-7 Distance Record.



John Hackett wrote:
> Hi Gents,
>              Well, I'm with Thomas HB9SKA on this one.
> 
> For a satellite QSO you need to calculate the distance from the transmitter 
> to the receiver ... ie, Station A to the satellite concerned ... and from 
> the satellite to station B ... then add them together to get the true 
> distance the signal travels.
> 
> Like Thomas says ... using the locator to locator measurement only gives the 
> "terrestial" distance.
> 
> 73 John.   <la2qaa@amsat.org>
> 
> 
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No.  What matters is how we have administered this in the past and we 
must continue to do it that way so that we all operate on the same page. 
I am ignorant of how this has been administered but I am adamantly 
against changing the rules now if that is result of your suggestion.

Bob
N4HY


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