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Re: No SSTV



Hi Tony
We have Echolink at lu8yy station (LU8YY-L) link with an UHF repeater, 
we will take into account that option (is better than nothing). 
I hope that in the coming days we will hear SSTV. Thanks for your advice.
Regards,
Daniel - LU5YBR

En español:
Hola Tony  
Tenemos instalado Echolink en la estacion de LU8YY (LU8YY-L) unido a una repe de UHF,
tomaremos en cuenta esa opción (peor es nada).
Espero que en los próximos días escuchemos SSTV.
Gracias por el consejo.                                                              
Saludos
Daniel - LU5YBR
  
======= El 2008-10-16, 14:42:03 escribió: =======

>Hello Daniel,
>Yes I feel that we are forgotten in the southern hemisphere at times. 
>Hopefully we may get some pictures in the next few days.
>I did a link into the AMSAT server on Echolink for Richard speaking to 
>the Challenger Center tonight.
>Have you Echolink ?  If so log onto  the Echolink  *AMSAT* server on 
>Friday Oct.17 at 15:30 utc and listen live to Richard Garriott speaking 
>with more students in the USA. I will be doing the relay to Echolink and 
>will look for your call-sign.
>Take care
>
>Regards Tony.  VK5ZAI
>
>J.A.(Tony)Hutchison
>P.O.Box 470 Kingston SE 
>South Australia  5275
>
>National ARISS Co-ordinator
>and Satellite Earth Station.
>
>Web Site :- 
>http://www.electric-web.org
>Also click on :- 
>http://www.google.com.au/search?hl=en&q=%22vk5zai%22&btnG=Google+Search&meta=
>
>
>
>daniel_lu5ybr wrote:
>> After the first day of transmitions, we can say that in the southern hemisphere nobody listen nothing (except Packet radio).
>> The question is: 
>> Is there any possibility that we listen a SSTV transmision over South America??
>> We have much enthusiasm, last night at 22:50 pm local time we were at a school waiting to receive images with 20 childrens and nothing heard.
>> Thanks
>>
>> Daniel Toth
>> LU5YBR
>> Neuquen - North Patagonia - Argentina
>>   
>> ======= El 2008-10-16, 01:32:53 escribió: =======
>>
>>   
>>> Norm VK3XCI wrote:
>>>     
>>>> Has anybody heard a peep in VK or ZL? Despite intensive efforts I've 
>>>> seen or heard nothing at all. Not even a peep on last night's overhead 
>>>> pass, not even the hint of a peep. I even left the rig and Computer on 
>>>> 24/7 last few days.
>>>>
>>>> Yaesu FT-1802
>>>> Collinear Vertical 20 ft in the air
>>>> listening 145.800
>>>>
>>>> I thought I would hear *SOMETHING*, if not decode it!
>>>>
>>>>   
>>>>       
>>> Hi Norm,
>>>
>>> I listened on three passes last night, but, like you, heard nothing.
>>>
>>> Yaesu FT 736
>>> 5 Element yagi 7m high (yeah, but in Wellington, hi hi)
>>> Tuned the rig over the lower 2 MHz of the 2m band during the passes.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Sil
>>> ZL2CIA
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>> daniel_lu5ybr
>> daniel_lu5ybr@yahoo.com.ar
>> 2008-10-16
>>
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2008-10-16


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