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Re: PCSAT-1 Mobile Communications Test

I fired up AGW-Tracker at home before going to bed last night but, 
unfortuntely, the PC froze at some point before PCSAT came over.  However, I 
was home at lunchtime today to let the dogs out and fired it up again, right 
in the middle of the 19:15 pass, and copied 1 POS report (AK4KO-2) and 2 
messages (N4BAF to J3ISS and W3ADO-15 to BLN0QSLs) at 19:20.

AGW-Tracker lets you copy & send D7(00)-style messages with your soundcard, 
as well as general APRS packets.

George, KA3HSW

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Robert Bruninga" <bruninga@usna.edu>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 6:17 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] PCSAT-1 Mobile Communications Test


> We tried to extend the mission of PCSAT-1 with PCSAT2, ANDE and
> RAFT, but all of those have limited lifetimes.  If you have a
> mobile D7 or D700 and haven't tried PCSAT-1 during this current
> recovery period, you should try it.  On any good pass, I see as
> many as a dozen stations and messages on my mobile.  Simply tune
> your D7 or D700 mobile to 145.825 and leave it overnight.  Next
> morning, look to see who all you see on the front panel of the
> radio.  Also check the MSG list.

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