My Favorite Pass Time — AMSAT

My Favorite Pass Time — AMSAT

By Denny - K5DCC
About
As an Extra Class licensed amateur radio operator, one of my favorite communications modes is AMSAT satellites. I use an Arrow antenna with two Baofeng UV-82s in full duplex mode. It is common to record these passes and review them later for accurate logging. Here is where I want to save my favorite satellite pass times for others to listen to and hear themselves and for contact verification.
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As an Extra Class licensed amateur radio operator, one of my favorite communications modes is AMSAT satellites. I use an Arrow antenna with two Baofeng UV-82s in full duplex mode. It is common to record these passes and review them later for accurate logging. Here is where I want to save my favorite satellite pass times for others to listen to and hear themselves and for contact verification.
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AO-92 2019-11-27 1614 UTC
AO-92 2019-11-27 1614 UTC LOCATION: K5DCC EM36 MAX ELEVATION: 38.2° STATIONS WORKED: None
10:27
November 27, 2019
AO-92 2019-11-26 1635 UTC
AO-92 2019-11-26 1635 UTC LOCATION: K5DCC, EM36 MAX ELEVATION: 79.8° STATIONS WORKED: K0PBR (16:36) Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I'll be back next week.
11:52
November 26, 2019
AO-92 2019-11-25 1526 UTC
AO-92 2019-11-25 1526 UTC LOCATION: K5DCC, EM36 MAX ELEVATION: 8.0° STATIONs WORKED: None It's like fishing, folks. Some days are a bust. You can see them but you can't catch one. This is what makes it interesting. Like I say in the intro. Each pass is different is so many ways. Just enjoy the journey. Plus, it's always fun to listen.
10:21
November 25, 2019
AO-92 2019-11-24 0222 UTC
AO-92 2019-11-24 02:22 UTC LOCATION: K5DCC, Denny, EM36  MAX ELEVATION: 3.8°  STATIONS WORKED: Richard - K1PAD (0225), Wayne - NM3B (0225), Raymond - N5LAX (0225), & Patryk - KC3MMS (0226). This was a real surprise and treat to work this many at such a low elevation. 
06:55
November 25, 2019
AO-91 2019-11-23 1801 UTC
AO-91 2019-11-23 1801 UTC LOCATION: K5DCC, EM36  MAX ELEVATION: 51.8° STATIONS WORKED: KI4ASK (1803), WX5T (1806), K5IX (1806), K8YSE (1807), KJ4EU (1807), WD9EWK (1808), W7QL (1809).   This was a busy bird today.
11:47
November 23, 2019
AO-92 2019-11-23 0435 UTC
AO-92 2019-11-23 0435 UTC LOCATION: K5DCC EM36 STATIONS WORKED: W3ARD (0440), N5BCA (0440), K9EI (0440), N0RSR (0442), N8FBI (0444).
13:55
November 23, 2019
AO-92 2019-11-22 1627 UTC
AO-92 2019-11-22 1627 UTC LOCATION: K5DCC EM36  MAX ELEVATION: 59.7°  STATIONS WORKED: KE4ZXW (16:32), W4KVW (16:32), W5RKN (16:34).   I am especially thrilled to have worked KE4ZXW, which is an amateur radio demonstration station located at the Virginia Air and Space Center (VASC), 600 Settlers Landing Road, Hampton, VA ( www.vasc.org ). The station is operated by the VASC Amateur Radio Group, inc and is supported by other local amateur radio clubs. In addition to a History of Amateur Radio Exhibit, the station provides the capability to demonstrate HF, VHF, UHF communications in CW, Voice, and Digital modes, to visitors and school groups. The main feature of the exhibit is the ability to communicate with amateur radio satellites, and with the International Space Station. Their goals are to demonstrate the Amateur Radio Hobby to visitors, to show school groups how fast technology has changed over the past century, and to encourage students to stay in school, and study Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Learn more at www.vasc.org
13:11
November 23, 2019
AO-91 2019-11-21 1718 UTC
AO-91 2019-11-21 1718 UTC LOCATION: K5DCC EM36  MAX ELEVATION: 33.9° STATIONS WORKED: K9EI (17:24), N5WTF (17:24), N8RO (17:21) & KC0UQR (17:26) 
12:15
November 21, 2019
AO-92 2019-11-21 1648 UTC
AO-92 2019-11-21 1648 UTC LOCATION: K5DCC, Denny, EM36 MAX ELEVATION: 65.8° STATIONS WORKED: K0PBR 16:51, N5LAX 16:51, K9EI 16:55, W5RKN 16:55 Learn more at AMSAT.
12:59
November 21, 2019
AO-92 2019-11-19 15:57 UTC
The audio for this episode was taken from a demonstration video of me working Satellite AO-92. This is my kick-off podcast for many more satellite pass recordings which I use for my own benefit to capture and log all my contacts in Logbook Of The World. Thanks to AI9IN, AA8CH, KI4ASK, AB1OC, N1PEB, W5RKN and WP4T for the contacts on this pass.
13:52
November 20, 2019
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