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Author Topic: GO-32 Sked - May 17, 2008 ~8:30pm EDT  (Read 470 times)
NE3R
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« on: May 15, 2008, 10:21:29 AM »

I'm putting together a little sked for GO-32 APRS. I've been listening, and there doesn't seem to be many hams in the region using it.

It seems that most folks have seen their own position report, and that is it. I'd like to see something other than my own packet .

Everything you need to know to operate via GO-32:
http://web.usna.navy.mil/~bruninga/GO32-ops.html

DC Area Pass Details:
8:33, heading 162 deg, elevation 10 deg, set receiver about 435.235
8:35, heading 162 deg, elevation 30 deg, set receiver about 435.230
8:38, heading 77 deg, elevation 85 deg, set receiver about 435.225
8:41, heading 350 deg, elevation 30 deg, set receiver about 435.220
8:43, heading 350 deg, elevation 10 deg, set receiver about 435.215

I'm working with some of my local hams to help them get on, but we'd love to see some packets from Dayton or elsewhere!  So if you'll be there with your
TMD7x0 or TH-D7A(g), and you don't have anything better to do on a saturday night, set it up for GO-32 and send a few position reports!

Dayton GO-32 Pass

Time                Satellite              Azm  Elv  Mag Range
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2008-05-17 20:34:04 GO-32 [P]            145.5 10.0 10.7  2403
2008-05-17 20:39:11 GO-32 [P]             71.8 50.1  9.0  1029
2008-05-17 20:44:20 GO-32 [P]            357.8 10.1 11.1  2416

73 de Joseph Durnal NE3R
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