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Re: A0-51 "easy sat"



Actually, on busy passes of AO-51, I find phonetics best because it is often quite hard to hear weaker stations over the "free for all" that can occur Not all stations are full quieting into the sat, nor does everyone always have a great signal on the receiving end. :)

Just my $0.02

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Ben Jackson - N1WBV - bbj@innismir.net - http://www.innismir.net 
>From my Cell Phone

-----Original Message-----
From: "Robert Bruninga" <bruninga@usna.edu>
To: amsat-bb@amsat.org
Sent: 2/25/08 4:36 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: A0-51 "easy sat"

> How about trying to use the more preferred protocol of...
> Callsign phonetically. grid square, op mode
> Like...
> Kilo-Six-Lima-Charlie-Sierra, Delta Mike 13, handheld

On FM, in my opinion, there is no need for phonetics except for
calls with troublesome letters.  Most calls can be heard easily
without using up time with phonetics.

Bob

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