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Re: got on AO-7!



Had my first QSO on AO7 (and across the pond as well) with Joe, K3SZH in 
PA at 10.24z. I was just on the edge of the footprint at 0.56 degrees 
elevation when I got him! No-one else on so relatively easy and even 
more satisfying that I did it on a vertical!


*David
M0ZLB/KG4ZLB
www.m0zlb.com*


w0dxz@aol.com wrote:
> Made first QSO on AO-16 today with VA7VW, who I had worked on FM birds... I wasn't going to make a QSO,,, but... heard the satellite fine, thought, well, I will just see if I can find my signal,,, put out my call and VA7VW returned a call! Thanks VA7VW,,,? Now I am hooked on AO16! Loved the long pass, long QSO capability, no fading, it was great. 
>
> Bob W0DXZ
> DM33
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