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Re: AO-51



Drew,

Thanks a bunch for doing this. Thanks to the whole control team for the ongoing diligence and efforts.

73 to all,

Tim - N3TL
-------------- Original message from "Andrew Glasbrenner" <glasbrenner@mindspring.com>: -------------- 


> 
> http://i139.photobucket.com/albums/q305/glasbrenner/FO-29QRM-1.jpg 
> 
> This is a capture of FO-29 last night that shows the carriers on and around 
> the 145.920 uplink. There may be some low level modulation on some of them. 
> My guess is they are some of the same long distance phones that were 
> plaguing AO-27 and SO-50 a few years ago. Observations from myself and 
> others indicate they go LOS about the time the edge of the footprint crosses 
> the mid Atlantic states. Notice the Doppler curve is different between the 
> three on the right. 
> 
> Meanwhile, we plan to temporarily move the AO-51 main uplink to 145.88, our 
> normal 2nd channel uplink. We'll post a message to the -bb as soon as the 
> change is made. 
> 
> 73, Drew KO4MA 
> 
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