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Re: AO7 status



John:

AO-7 is alive and well.  Just a little differently from what it used to 
be.  It is only operational when in sunlight.  Since it only gets power 
when in the sun, it can come up in one of two modes, somewhat at random.

If you go to http://oscar.dcarr.org, you can get a rough idea as to what 
it has been doing lately based on reports from others.

Ron
KA4KYI
AMSAT Area Coordinator - Missouri

John Geiger wrote:
> I have been out of the satellite game for awhile, but now am back, after
> getting the 70cm antenna back up and a second radio to do full duplex with.
> What is the current status of AO7?  The AMSAT page says "non-operational"
> but I seem to have seen some emails recently that might suggest otherwise.
> If it is operational, is it always in Mode B now?
> 
> 73s John AA5JG
> (ex: W5TD, NE0P)
> 6M WAS #1275, 6m VUCC #1260
> 2m VUCC #615, Satellite VUCC #129
> 
> 
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