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Re: Thanks for the AO-7 qso


It was my pleasure & thanks for giving it a try.  You signals were 
weak, but 100% copy on the 2nd pass.   I'm glad we were able to make 
it happen!  This was my first contact with Alaska via AO-7 (all 
others have been via AO-51) and a new grid for me.

Hope to work you and/or other Alaskan stations (W1AW/KL7) via 
satellite over the next few days/week during the Alaska Hamfest/ARRL 
Alaska Convention.



At 12:36 AM 7/31/2008, Andrew Glasbrenner wrote:
>Thanks Doug, for sticking with my puny signal through two passes to 
>make the QSO on AO-7 tonight. I was using a FT-817, Arrow antenna, 
>and SATPC32, while portable on the bank of the Resurrection River 
>just down from Exit Glacier in BP50, Seward, AK. I've been on a few 
>AO-51, AO-27, and SO-50 passes from up here and made a handful of 
>QSOs despite the mountains and trees, but this AO-7 QSO was tops.
>73, Drew KO4MA
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