[amsat-bb] Re: Say "Hi" To Juno (Callsign end's with "F")
aa5pk at suddenlink.net
Thu Sep 5 09:17:00 PDT 2013
They updated the site and changed nearly all of the 28 MHZ freqs.
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From: "Les Rayburn" <les at highnoonfilm.com>
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Subject: [amsat-bb] Say "Hi" To Juno (Callsign end's with "F")
>I reached out to JPL to ask what the desired frequency for this experiment would be if your amateur callsign ended in the
>letter "F". Here's the response:
> /Hi Les- What a strange thing for us to leave out! The omission will be corrected in our next update of the page this week.
> In the updated frequency table we will publish, F corresponds to 28.091 MHz.
> Thanks for your interest in this activity!/
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