Not sure what this means, if all of us are going to be on the radio on a Saturday evening. :-) Regardless, the ISS pass should be a really good pass for you, and NO-84 pretty good as well. Do you use software like UISS, or just a simple terminal program, for packet?
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On Sat, May 28, 2016 at 11:43 PM, Glenn Miller - AA5PK <[email protected]
I'll give it a try on that pass. I'll have decent elevation. Perhaps Jack can join in also.
-----Original Message----- From: Patrick STODDARD (WD9EWK/VA7EWK) Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2016 5:57 PM To: [email protected] Subject: [amsat-bb] Anyone for ISS packet QSO, 0248-0258 UTC tonight? Hi!
I will be lurking on the ISS pass over the continental USA and northern Mexico this evening at 0248-0258 UTC. This pass will be at a maximum elevation of 42 degrees here in central Arizona, and I'm hoping to find other operators at the keyboard to possibly make a QSO or three. I use my Kenwood TH-D72A and Elk log periodic, and I can make QSOs using APRS messages.
That was a GOOD pass. A lot of stations on the ISS.
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