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Re: UO-14 , FO-29, FO-20, QRM via ISS




On Thu, 31 May 2001 17:52:50 +0200 "Schaik, A. van" <avanschaik@hsl1.nl>
writes:

> somehow I don't think the crew will keep on switching between 
> 144.490 and 145.200 everytime the come across another region.
> maybe that is why the crew think there is noone waiting for a voice 
> contact over europe, noone apart from that beacon transmits on 144.490.

That's what I think is going on, they leave the uplink on 144.490.  Also,
Sorry , I wasn't aware of of the beacon's on that frequency. The simplex
of 145.800 won't work either, then you will have the packet stations
QRMing the voice uplink!


73, Jeff  kb2wqm
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