Further tries with the SO-50 amateur satellite / 2014-06-14

2014-06-14 Further tries with the SO-50 amateur satellite
A pass of the radio amateur satellite SO-50 this morning in which I concentrated on the probable shift in downlink frequency. It turned out the shift is probably not more than 5 kHz (my radio has no 2.5 kHz steps). I tried calling CQ but no answers.

In general I am noticing now that usable passes are rare at the moment. With my limited setup and other things taking my time I have a lot of wishes for a usable pass: elevation must be over 70⁰ and the pass must be at a reasonable time in the evening or on a weekend day with no other plans. I'm not a nightowl like a lot of radio amateurs seem to be. So the week in which I made my first satellite contact with GS3PYE/P was quite special: there were 2 passes in that week matching all requirements for both locations.

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