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Re: First contact



The correct callsigns for ISS is either RS0ISS used by Russian licensed
persons or NA1SS used by U.S licensed persons. 


Kenneth - N5VHO

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Hi Brian:

You May have heard the ISS cross band repeater.

It is still possible you heard the crew too.
When the repeater is ON, the crew does have a working
microphone.  at any time they can pick up the Mic and
chat while the repeater is running.  Did u hear the
actuall ISS call sign NA1ISS or something similar in
voice?



http://www.marexmg.org/fileshtml/howtouseiss.html

73 Miles


--- truckwiz <truckwiz@bwig.net> wrote:

> HI,
> 
>  I finally got to hear the ISS for the first time,
> they where talking to a
> guy from South Dakota. Now I have the bug.
> 
>  
> 
> Brian
> 
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