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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: Solar panel inverters--radio noise? (Robert Bruninga)
   2. Re: Solar panel inverters--radio noise? (GEO Badger)
   3. Re: Solar panel inverters--radio noise? (skristof@???????.????
   4. Re: ISS reception (Greg D)
   5. Re: ISS reception (Scott)
   6. ISS reception (WIDE1-1 no-no) - APRS Gospel (Robert Bruninga)
   7. Re: Solar panel inverters--radio noise? (Robert Bragg)
   8. Re: Logging QSOs on QRZ.com (Bob Keating)
   9. Fwd: Re: [UKMicrowaves] OSCAR-100 (Graham Shirville)
  10. Re: Logging QSOs on QRZ.com (Hasan al-Basri)
  11. DSLWP-B UHF Plan (???)


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Message: 1
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2019 19:52:42 -0500
From: Robert Bruninga <bruninga@????.???>
To: AMSAT BB <amsat-bb@?????.???>
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Solar panel inverters--radio noise?
Message-ID: <0afe010fbcfb17226b9eb5187e207087@????.?????.???>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"

The Solar Inverters that are terrible are the OPTIMIZERS.   Little RF
generators on EVERY panel all over the roof.

I have received reports that Microinverters are OK, and that String
Inverters are OK.  But the string inverters are the easiest to suppress
further because they only have DC on the roof and are easiest to add any
torroids on the two DC wires down at the inverter.

All of the reports I have collected so far are in the ARRL "Energy Choices
for the Radio Amateur" book coming out in April.

But this will not just be your own system problem.  If your neighbor goes
solar with the OPTIMIZERS, you are screwed.  Get out there and talk to
your negighbors NOW... Don't be surprised...

Bob, WB4APR

-----Original Message-----
From: AMSAT-BB <amsat-bb-bounces@?????.???> On Behalf Of Burns Fisher
Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2019 7:11 PM
To: AMSAT BB <amsat-bb@?????.???>
Subject: [amsat-bb] Solar panel inverters--radio noise?

I think I have heard somewhere that solar panel inverters can be horribly
noisy.  I think that maybe I heard that the micro inverters are the worst.
Does anyone have experience?  What bands are worst hit?  Any particular
inverter brand/type good or bad? How far from the inverter is your
shack/antenna?

Thanks and 73,

Burns Fisher WB1FJ
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Message: 2
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 01:04:36 +0000 (UTC)
From: GEO Badger <w3ab@?????.???>
To: AMSAT BB <amsat-bb@?????.???>
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Solar panel inverters--radio noise?
Message-ID: <582031209.1303533.1549847076754@????.?????.???>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8

Thanks for that G2 Bob. My current local installs are years old but that
beam can hear one on the next ridge over.
---?
 Ciao baby, catch you on the flip side. ??
 GEO ???

 http://www.w3ab.org

Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana.

    On Sunday, February 10, 2019, 4:55:14 PM PST, Robert Bruninga
<bruninga@????.???> wrote:

 The Solar Inverters that are terrible are the OPTIMIZERS.? Little RF
generators on EVERY panel all over the roof.

I have received reports that Microinverters are OK, and that String
Inverters are OK.? But the string inverters are the easiest to suppress
further because they only have DC on the roof and are easiest to add any
torroids on the two DC wires down at the inverter.

All of the reports I have collected so far are in the ARRL "Energy Choices
for the Radio Amateur" book coming out in April.

But this will not just be your own system problem.? If your neighbor goes
solar with the OPTIMIZERS, you are screwed.? Get out there and talk to
your negighbors NOW... Don't be surprised...

Bob, WB4APR

-----Original Message-----
From: AMSAT-BB <amsat-bb-bounces@?????.???> On Behalf Of Burns Fisher
Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2019 7:11 PM
To: AMSAT BB <amsat-bb@?????.???>
Subject: [amsat-bb] Solar panel inverters--radio noise?

I think I have heard somewhere that solar panel inverters can be horribly
noisy.? I think that maybe I heard that the micro inverters are the worst.
Does anyone have experience?? What bands are worst hit?? Any particular
inverter brand/type good or bad? How far from the inverter is your
shack/antenna?

Thanks and 73,

Burns Fisher WB1FJ
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expressed
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AMSAT-NA.
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Message: 3
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2019 20:22:36 -0500
From: skristof@???????.???
To: amsat-bb@?????.???
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Solar panel inverters--radio noise?
Message-ID: <2745681da33619a50061402de1991ae4@???????.???>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII

I concur. Unfortunately, my knowledge comes from personal experience. I
did not do my homework before getting my solar panels. Each of the 14
panels has its optimizer. I used to use dipoles in my attic. Imagine how
that sounded the first time I turned on my radios once the solar panels
were up and running.

I quit the attic dipoles and put an end fed wire out the back of my 2nd
story window. That was better but not much. I bought a Timewave ANC-4
Noise Canceller. That actually does reduce the noise somewhat. 40 m is
now usable during the day. But the box only works on HF.

The noise level is also a problem on VHF. I used to download satellite
telemetry during daytime passes, but I can't really do that anymore. I
can do some satellite work from the house at night. Otherwise, if I have
had a satellite QSO with any of you in the last year, it was with a
handheld and an Arrow from my backyard, preferably pointing the Arrow
away from the house.

I did have toroids from Palomar Engineers installed on the wiring of the
panels after the fact, but they didn't help much. Maybe a little.

I do not regret going solar, but I wish I'd done more research first.
Learn from my mistakes.

Steve AI9IN

On 2019-02-10 19:52, Robert Bruninga wrote:

> The Solar Inverters that are terrible are the OPTIMIZERS.   Little RF
> generators on EVERY panel all over the roof.

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Message: 4
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2019 18:20:56 -0800
From: Greg D <ko6th.greg@?????.???>
To: "k6vug@?????????.???? <k6vug@?????????.???>, AMSAT BB
<amsat-bb@?????.???>
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] ISS reception
Message-ID: <0e264609-f109-3261-0e5b-24907ec76673@?????.???>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8

Hi Umesh,

The answer to your question is "yes".  Both Bhutan-1 and ISS - and other
satellites as well - apparently use 145.825 as the global space
frequency for APRS.  So they both passed by your station at about the
same time, and you received signals from each.  They appear to be in
very similar orbits at the present time.

BUT according to your log I notice that Bhutan-1 is responding to
Wide1-1, not ARISS / RS0ISS / et al...  Did I read this correctly?
Anybody know if it also responds to the other call signs?

Greg  KO6TH


k6vug@?????????.??? wrote:
> ISS Pass: NW to SE, about 15% degree max elevation, on Feb 10 2019, 00:25
UTC in CM97an Fremont California,
> However, I'm not sure how BHUTAN-1 CUBESAT appears in this set.  Did both
ISS and Bhutan-1 CubeSat passed around the same AOS and used the same
frequency ?!



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Message: 5
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2019 21:53:02 -0500
From: Scott <scott23192@?????.???>
To: AMSAT BB <amsat-bb@?????.???>
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] ISS reception
Message-ID:
<CAJCSnOYZYO3b8DxvvNZCJ6GrnUnK=EsB-L_tmCxK0uG6b0rHUQ@????.?????.???>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"

Bird-BT, Bird-PH, & Bird-MY were hoped to have 1200 baud digipeaters on
145.825, but since deployment they have only beaconed and at least so far
have not responded to uplinks addressed to any of the addresses you listed
nor anything else that's been tried.

-Scott,  K4KDR


======================

On Sun, Feb 10, 2019 at 9:22 PM Greg D <ko6th.greg@?????.???> wrote:

> Hi Umesh,
>
> The answer to your question is "yes".  Both Bhutan-1 and ISS - and other
> satellites as well - apparently use 145.825 as the global space
> frequency for APRS.  So they both passed by your station at about the
> same time, and you received signals from each.  They appear to be in
> very similar orbits at the present time.
>
> BUT according to your log I notice that Bhutan-1 is responding to
> Wide1-1, not ARISS / RS0ISS / et al...  Did I read this correctly?
> Anybody know if it also responds to the other call signs?
>
> Greg  KO6TH
>
>
> k6vug@?????????.??? wrote:
> > ISS Pass: NW to SE, about 15% degree max elevation, on Feb 10 2019,
> 00:25 UTC in CM97an Fremont California,
> > However, I'm not sure how BHUTAN-1 CUBESAT appears in this set.  Did
> both ISS and Bhutan-1 CubeSat passed around the same AOS and used the same
> frequency ?!
>


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Message: 6
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2019 21:58:18 -0500
From: Robert Bruninga <bruninga@????.???>
To: AMSAT BB <amsat-bb@?????.???>
Subject: [amsat-bb] ISS reception (WIDE1-1 no-no) - APRS Gospel
Message-ID: <80d51e6157f4e33c17927f247bbdda79@????.?????.???>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"

> BUT according to your log... Bhutan-1 is responding
> to Wide1-1, not ARISS / RS0ISS / et al...

It is not responding, but it is generating a Beacon from Bhutan-1:
>> 1:Fm BIRDBT To APTT4 Via WIDE1-1 <UI R Pid=F0 Len=50>
>> [16:28:38R] [-++] HELLO! THIS IS APRS-DIGIPEATER OF BHUTAN-1 CUBESAT

My APRS recommendation for ALL APRS satellites since 2001 is that they
should support these three aliases:
Via ARISS   - (for backward compatibility with ARISS users)
Via APRSAT  - (for ALL APRS satellites)
Via WIDEn-N -  (for those that forget to switch from Terrestrial mode)

And, that simple periodic health telemetry from such satellites may be
sent "via APRSAT" so that they can be heard beyond the horizon if there is
another APRS satellite that is closer.

Sending these spacecraft packets via WIDE1-1 is not good for the channel.
It has the potential to generate footprint QRM anywhere in the world where
a user may have their radios set to also be a fill in digipeater when used
terrestrially.  Such radios will key up on receipt of this packet and
block the satellite for a full packet period.  Thus reducing user
throughput.

All it takes is for one person in the whole country to have his rig set
for fill-in digi, and this ueless extra WIDE1-1 will add this useless QRM
on the uplink over that entire footprint.  And no one except someone
living within a few miles of this mistake will ever be able to detect it.
Though it impacts everyone.

I was certain I had published these settings as APRS SPACE GOSPEL, but
just now I looked over all my aprs satellite p[ages and cannot find it
anywhere except in the detail settings for each of my satellites.  I'm
sure it is in an AMSAT paper somewhere...

Bob


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Message: 7
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2019 22:31:42 -0500
From: Robert Bragg <airrj1@?????.???>
To: skristof@???????.???
Cc: AMSAT <amsat-bb@?????.???>
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Solar panel inverters--radio noise?
Message-ID:
<CAJ9ASBHf_VmAwtZASCeAjGHP4hRaSmGsozKAo0yZGxWQCoLvag@????.?????.???>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"

I have a 7kw SMA Sunny Boy inverter and I can say that I have experienced
no noticeable interference.  My inverter is in the barn about 125' from the
house, and about 125' from my antenna.  I also have tested my
portable/mobile HF rig parked 20' away on HF SSB with no noise.  Also, I
regularly work Sats. mostly FM, but I have started SSB, typically 15'-25'
away.  It is not an inexpensive inverter, but I have been extremely pleased
with it from a performance standpoint, and an RF noise standpoint.

R.J.
WY7AA

On Sun, Feb 10, 2019 at 8:23 PM <skristof@???????.???> wrote:

> I concur. Unfortunately, my knowledge comes from personal experience. I
> did not do my homework before getting my solar panels. Each of the 14
> panels has its optimizer. I used to use dipoles in my attic. Imagine how
> that sounded the first time I turned on my radios once the solar panels
> were up and running.
>
> I quit the attic dipoles and put an end fed wire out the back of my 2nd
> story window. That was better but not much. I bought a Timewave ANC-4
> Noise Canceller. That actually does reduce the noise somewhat. 40 m is
> now usable during the day. But the box only works on HF.
>
> The noise level is also a problem on VHF. I used to download satellite
> telemetry during daytime passes, but I can't really do that anymore. I
> can do some satellite work from the house at night. Otherwise, if I have
> had a satellite QSO with any of you in the last year, it was with a
> handheld and an Arrow from my backyard, preferably pointing the Arrow
> away from the house.
>
> I did have toroids from Palomar Engineers installed on the wiring of the
> panels after the fact, but they didn't help much. Maybe a little.
>
> I do not regret going solar, but I wish I'd done more research first.
> Learn from my mistakes.
>
> Steve AI9IN
>
> On 2019-02-10 19:52, Robert Bruninga wrote:
>
> > The Solar Inverters that are terrible are the OPTIMIZERS.   Little RF
> > generators on EVERY panel all over the roof.
> _______________________________________________
> Sent via AMSAT-BB@?????.???. AMSAT-NA makes this open forum available
> to all interested persons worldwide without requiring membership. Opinions
> expressed
> are solely those of the author, and do not reflect the official views of
> AMSAT-NA.
> Not an AMSAT-NA member? Join now to support the amateur satellite program!
> Subscription settings: http://www.amsat.org/mailman/listinfo/amsat-bb
>


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Message: 8
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2019 21:50:24 -0800
From: Bob Keating <bkeating1954@?????.???>
To: amsat-bb@?????.???
Cc: Dmitry Mizin <dmitry.mizin@?????.???>
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Logging QSOs on QRZ.com
Message-ID: <1c42fa59-34be-56b7-c5c1-b3adc3e450a6@?????.???>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8; format=flowed

I just checked my QRZ page this evening, and it seems that a QSO that I
entered with Dmitry K6DNM has been confirmed. I tried experimenting with
my entry data on TQSL and did not enter RX Band or RX frequency and
QRZ.com seemed to accept it. At least, it has been confirmed in my QRZ
log. Dmitry please tell me if our latest QSO is confirmed in your
logbook. The question needs to be asked, how important it it to have
BOTH transmit and receive bands and frequencies in our logs.

73,

Bob N6REK

On 2/10/2019 12:47 PM, Ryan Noguchi via AMSAT-BB wrote:
>   I'd agree that satellite QSOs do seem to be unsupported by QRZ. While I
have lots of QSLs for satellite QSOs in my QRZ Logbook, confirmations are
unreliable and the criteria for acceptance appears to be nondeterministic.
>
> 73, Ryan AI6DO
>
>
>      On Sunday, February 10, 2019, 12:35:48 PM PST, Paul Stoetzer
<n8hm@????.???> wrote:
>
>   QRZ does not support satellite QSOs.
>
> 73,
>
> Paul, N8HM
>
> On Sun, Feb 10, 2019 at 3:33 PM Ryan Noguchi via AMSAT-BB
> <amsat-bb@?????.???> wrote:
>>  ? If you figure it out, let me know. I have several QSOs with you and a
couple of others that QRZ just refuses to accept. I keep getting errors that
the band, mode, or time are wrong, even when they don't seem to be. I have
other QSOs that confirm just fine on QRZ, and there doesn't seem to be any
obvious difference between them. The same ADIF files works fine on LoTW,
eQSL, and ClubLog.
>>
>> Getting QRZ QSLs doesn't matter to me personally, but it'd be nice to get
this working so I can give those QSLs to those folks who do want them. Maybe
someone will have the answer.
>>
>> 73, Ryan AI6DO
>>
>>  ? ? On Sunday, February 10, 2019, 11:39:37 AM PST, Bob Keating
<bkeating1954@?????.???> wrote:
>>
>>  ? Greeting All,
>>
>> First of all, my hat is off to Casey KI7UNJ and Jonathan KI7BEX for
>> freezing their tails off in order to bring us a bunch of rare grids from
>> BLM land in Nevada, thanks guys!!!
>>
>> Dmitri N6DNM emailed me that he couldn't confirm our satellite QSO on
>> QRZ, even though all the data seemed to be correct. I have noticed this
>> as well, that none of my satellite QSOs? have been confirmed on QRZ
>> either. We both uploaded our contact information via TQSL, filling all
>> the information including transmit and receive bands and frequencies and
>> then loaded it up to LoTW.? I also use the specific frequency at the
>> middle of the passband, for example, 435.350? and 145.880 for AO-92. I
>> also save the adif file, naming it for the specific satellite and then
>> upload it to QRZ.com and my HRD logbook. Why aren't my satellite QSOs
>> getting confirmed on QRZ?
>>
>> Thanks for your help.
>>
>> 73
>>
>> Bob N6REK
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> Sent via AMSAT-BB@?????.???. AMSAT-NA makes this open forum available
>> to all interested persons worldwide without requiring membership.
Opinions expressed
>> are solely those of the author, and do not reflect the official views of
AMSAT-NA.
>> Not an AMSAT-NA member? Join now to support the amateur satellite program!
>> Subscription settings: http://www.amsat.org/mailman/listinfo/amsat-bb
> _______________________________________________
> Sent via AMSAT-BB@?????.???. AMSAT-NA makes this open forum available
> to all interested persons worldwide without requiring membership. Opinions
expressed
> are solely those of the author, and do not reflect the official views of
AMSAT-NA.
> Not an AMSAT-NA member? Join now to support the amateur satellite program!
> Subscription settings: http://www.amsat.org/mailman/listinfo/amsat-bb


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Message: 9
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 10:55:44 +0000
From: Graham Shirville <graham@?????????.???>
To: AMSAT <amsat-bb@?????.???>
Subject: [amsat-bb] Fwd: Re: [UKMicrowaves] OSCAR-100
Message-ID: <6beda285-57de-9c7b-fd8b-1d5358591b88@?????????.???>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8; format=flowed

A relay from the UK Microwave group with a request from the Chairman of
BATC which is fully supported by AMSAT-UK of course. Please be patient.

73
Graham
G3VZV


-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: 	Re: [UKMicrowaves] AR100
Date: 	Mon, 11 Feb 2019 01:57:19 -0800
From: 	Dave G8GKQ <dave.g8gkq@?????.???>
Reply-To: 	UKMicrowaves@??????.??
To: 	UKMicrowaves@??????.??



The Narrowband transponder has been switched on for testing this
morning.? Whilst there are some stations ignoring the request from
AMSAT-DL to leave the transponder free for the testing activities, we
request that other stations do not join in until the transponder is
declared open for general use.
However, the increased noise floor provides a good check that you are
receiving OK.
Dave, G8GKQ
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Message: 10
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 06:15:00 -0600
From: Hasan al-Basri <hbasri.schiers6@?????.???>
To: Bob Keating <bkeating1954@?????.???>
Cc: AMSAT-BB <amsat-bb@?????.???>, Dmitry Mizin
<dmitry.mizin@?????.???>
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Logging QSOs on QRZ.com
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Here is what I do for QRZ as it does not accept (from JTAlert) or report
(to LoTW) required information:

All satellite QSOs are manually uploaded to LoTW directly using TQSL.

Every so often, I go to my QRZ log > Settings > Download from LoTW  (click
the button)

You will be prompted for your LoTW login password.

At this point QRZ will fetch all qsos from LoTW that it has not gotten
before. They will automatically be imported to your qrz log, INCLUDING the
qso information. A nice summary screen is presented at the end of the
auto-import, including specific qso detail if you ant to peruse it. When
qrz is done importing the data, and you go back to you qrz log screen, you
will see all the confirmed qsos in your qrz log.

If you have never done this before, the first time you do it, it will take
a while to get the data from LoTW, from that point on, it will do it
quickly as it only gathers "new" data in an incremental update.

By doing doing this my qrz log is always kept up to date with my sat qsos
that already have been uploaded to LoTW and all the info is correct.

73, N0AN
Hasan


On Sun, Feb 10, 2019 at 11:52 PM Bob Keating <bkeating1954@?????.???> wrote:

> I just checked my QRZ page this evening, and it seems that a QSO that I
> entered with Dmitry K6DNM has been confirmed. I tried experimenting with
> my entry data on TQSL and did not enter RX Band or RX frequency and
> QRZ.com seemed to accept it. At least, it has been confirmed in my QRZ
> log. Dmitry please tell me if our latest QSO is confirmed in your
> logbook. The question needs to be asked, how important it it to have
> BOTH transmit and receive bands and frequencies in our logs.
>
> 73,
>
> Bob N6REK
>
> On 2/10/2019 12:47 PM, Ryan Noguchi via AMSAT-BB wrote:
> >   I'd agree that satellite QSOs do seem to be unsupported by QRZ. While
> I have lots of QSLs for satellite QSOs in my QRZ Logbook, confirmations are
> unreliable and the criteria for acceptance appears to be nondeterministic.
> >
> > 73, Ryan AI6DO
> >
> >
> >      On Sunday, February 10, 2019, 12:35:48 PM PST, Paul Stoetzer <
> n8hm@????.???> wrote:
> >
> >   QRZ does not support satellite QSOs.
> >
> > 73,
> >
> > Paul, N8HM
> >
> > On Sun, Feb 10, 2019 at 3:33 PM Ryan Noguchi via AMSAT-BB
> > <amsat-bb@?????.???> wrote:
> >>    If you figure it out, let me know. I have several QSOs with you and
> a couple of others that QRZ just refuses to accept. I keep getting errors
> that the band, mode, or time are wrong, even when they don't seem to be. I
> have other QSOs that confirm just fine on QRZ, and there doesn't seem to be
> any obvious difference between them. The same ADIF files works fine on
> LoTW, eQSL, and ClubLog.
> >>
> >> Getting QRZ QSLs doesn't matter to me personally, but it'd be nice to
> get this working so I can give those QSLs to those folks who do want them.
> Maybe someone will have the answer.
> >>
> >> 73, Ryan AI6DO
> >>
> >>      On Sunday, February 10, 2019, 11:39:37 AM PST, Bob Keating <
> bkeating1954@?????.???> wrote:
> >>
> >>    Greeting All,
> >>
> >> First of all, my hat is off to Casey KI7UNJ and Jonathan KI7BEX for
> >> freezing their tails off in order to bring us a bunch of rare grids from
> >> BLM land in Nevada, thanks guys!!!
> >>
> >> Dmitri N6DNM emailed me that he couldn't confirm our satellite QSO on
> >> QRZ, even though all the data seemed to be correct. I have noticed this
> >> as well, that none of my satellite QSOs  have been confirmed on QRZ
> >> either. We both uploaded our contact information via TQSL, filling all
> >> the information including transmit and receive bands and frequencies and
> >> then loaded it up to LoTW.  I also use the specific frequency at the
> >> middle of the passband, for example, 435.350  and 145.880 for AO-92. I
> >> also save the adif file, naming it for the specific satellite and then
> >> upload it to QRZ.com and my HRD logbook. Why aren't my satellite QSOs
> >> getting confirmed on QRZ?
> >>
> >> Thanks for your help.
> >>
> >> 73
> >>
> >> Bob N6REK
> >>
> >>
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Message: 11
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 20:42:37 +0800 (CST)
From: ??? <wmc_jx@???.???>
To: "amsat-bb@?????.???? <amsat-bb@?????.???>
Subject: [amsat-bb] DSLWP-B UHF Plan
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Hi OMs,


Here is the DSLWP-B UHF plan for the following days:


UTC 13 Feb 20:30 to 13 Feb 22:30
UTC 15 Feb 13:30 to 15 Feb 15:30



SSDV album: http://lilacsat.hit.edu.cn/dashboard/pages_en/pics-b.html

Online JT4G telemetry forwarder:
http://lilacsat.hit.edu.cn/dashboard/pages_en/jt4g_forwarder.html
JT4G telemetry display:
http://lilacsat.hit.edu.cn/dashboard/pages_en/jt4g.html
GMSK telemetry: http://lilacsat.hit.edu.cn/dashboard/pages_en/telemetry-b.html



VY TNX & 73!


Wei BG2BHC



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WEI Mingchuan


Research Center of Satellite Technology
Harbin Institute of Technology
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