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Re: AO-51 from Hawaii



Jeff-What will be your downlink frequency be?  I have good access to KH6.  I will be looking for you.
73 Bob W7LRD
Seattle


-------------- Original message -------------- 
From: Jeff Mock <jeff@mock.com> 

> Thanks so much for all of the replies. I wasn't up to date on the 
> schedule for AO-51. I made my first contact from Hawaii this evening 
> (Thursday) and I'm quite thrilled. I'll try again Friday evening during 
> at least one of the two passes visible from Hawaii. 
> 
> jeff 
> AD6EO 
> 
> Armour, Randy (ITS) wrote: 
> > Jeff, 
> > 
> > I'm not in Hawaii, but think I know why you may not have heard anyone. 
> > Tuesday, Wednesday and today (Thursday) the uplink frequency is 
> > 1268.700M MHz. I doubt very many people have 1.2 Gig equipment, 
> > especially the limited number of potential users in Hawaii. 
> > 
> > A0-51 should be back in V/U mode soon (if not already), so you should 
> > have better luck on the next few passes. And.. You can actually talk 
> > back with a W32A! 
> > 
> > Here is the AO-51 schedule through February. 
> > 
> > Randy- KI4LMR 
> > 
> 
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