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Re: RK3KKPK?



Thomas,

Now that you mention it, I recall a few times when my own system would lock
up, and then eventually empty the buffer.  Still, the INDIO digi is on the
standard US APRS frequency of 144.390 MHz.

Alan
WA4SCA



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From: sarex-bounces@AMSAT.Org [mailto:sarex-bounces@AMSAT.Org] On Behalf Of
Thomas Frey
Sent: Friday, January 27, 2012 3:37 PM
To: APBIDDLE@MAILAPS.ORG
Cc: AMSAT-BB; SAREX-BB; Alan P. Biddle
Subject: [sarex] Re: RK3KKPK?

Alan P. Biddle schrieb:
> I got the following note from a ham in the Palm Springs, CA area:
>
> This morning, while getting ready for Saturday's hamfest, I saw this:
>
>    
>> 10:05:32R INDIO>RK3KPK Port=1<UA R F>
>> 10:05:51R INDIO>RK3KPK Port=1<RR R F R1>
>> 10:07:03R INDIO>RK3KPK Port=1<RR R F R2>
>>      
> This call is from near Moscow.  Is it possible it is from the
> ISS?  (INDIO is one of our digis.)
>
>
> There is an RK3KPK, Andrey Mironow, who was an RS satellite command
station
> years ago.
>
> Any answer I can give about how his call ended up on a WIDE1-1 US digi
> string?
>
> Alan
> WA4SCA
>
>
>    

Hello Alan

One day I observed the same effect with US calls. I think the TNC was
blocked over Russia and "uloaded" over California.

-- 

Mit freundlichen Grüssen, Regards, 73
     Thomas Frey, HB9SKA
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