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Re: Cute FM packets heared May 21 over Europe

During the 89 degrees pass the signal was stronger.

Using RHCP 2x8 elements, no pre-amp, I heared
many packets, but could decode all of them ...
yes I do need a pre-amp :-)

TS2000X + ext TNC (PK96) + Alogger (SW)

!S 18:54:51 !PASSAll   now ON
!S 20:25:43 !JQ1YTC-3>JQ1YCZ:0z
!S 20:25:59 !JQ1YTC>JQ0YCV:0
!S 20:26:31 !JQ1YTC>JQ1YCZ:0
!S 20:26:47 !JQ1ZTC>JQ1YCZ:0
!S 20:27:03 !JQ1YTC>JQ1YCZ:0
!S 20:29:59 !JQ1YTC>JQ1YCZ:0
!S 20:30:15 !JQ1YTC>JQ1YCZ:0
!S 20:30:31 !JQ1YTC>JQ1YCZ:0
!S 20:30:47 !JQ1YRC>RQ1YCZ:0
!S 20:31:35 !JQQiTC>JI19CZ:0`
!S 20:32:39 !$5936.4F30:0`c8
!S 20:33:27 !JQ1UTC-12>JQ1YCZ:0
!S 20:33:59 !JQ1YYC>JQ1YCZ:0

Henk, PA3GUO
(will put tomorrow morning a sound-bite here: http://www.qsl.net/pa3guo)

> During the 15 degrees pass this evening I did hear
> the FM packets, in the noise, but they were there !
> Hopefully during the next pass signal is stronger
> and I may be able to decode them.
> Henk, PA3GUO

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