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Everyday LEO Satellite Recordings

Satellite Pass Recordings:

(REVISED 23 May 2014)
Some have asked about the purpose of having these recordings on the web. There are many. Perhaps the most common use is for deciphering callsigns that may have been copied incorrectly. However, the major reason for doing it is to allow everyone to hear what they sound like on the birds. You can hear what you did right and what you did wrong so that you can make changes in the way you operate. Are you being called but not hearing? You may want to work on your receive antenna. Are you calling but can't hear yourself on the recording? Check your transmit antenna, frequency etc. Did you interrupt a qso in progress? Try to determine why that happened so you can avoid doing it again. Is your audio level high enough compared to others on the bird? Look for settings in the menu to adjust mic audio gain. These are just some of the benefits of having access to the recordings.

If you need assistance, look up an AMSAT coordinator in your area. They are there to help. Others that you hear on the birds are usually happy to help out with any questions you might have. Make sure your email address is correct on QRZ.com so others can contact you. It's better that you can be contacted easily if there is a problem. Lastly, make sure you check the AMSAT Website http://www.amsat.org for the current operating schedule of the birds. Read the AMSAT Bulletin Board. It can be accessed from the website by clicking on "Services" near the top of the main page. Then select "Mailing Lists & Services" on the drop down menu. Then select AMSAT-BB Archives. Or go directly to the page at: http://www.amsat.org/pipermail/amsat-bb/ Doing these things will make it easier for you to operate satellites. Enjoy this very unique facet of ham radio!

There is also another bulletin board which caters to those who operate a lot and are interested in chasing grids. It's called the Starcom-BB. If you wish to subscribe, please contact Frank, K4FEG, k4feg@k4feg.com

Also of interest is the starcommgroup.org website (not associated with the starcom bulletin board). The starcomm-group website is sponsered by WA4HFN and WA4NVM, both avid satellite operators.

NEW TO FM SATELLITES?
If you are new to satellites and want to make your first contact, the best thing to do is to listen to some of these recordings, especially the ones from the satellite you are going to use. Likely that will be SO-50 (since AO-27 is not operational at the moment). AO-51, which was the easiest bird to work, became a silent key at the end of 2011. Listen to the protocol, know your grid and the exchange and by all means, keep listening after you make your first contact. Someone else will likely call you immediately if your callsign is unfamiliar. Use a digital voice recorder if you have one so you don't have to write anything down. Or have someone log for you so you can work those who call you. A new callsign on the birds creates interest, especially when the new station is hearing well and responding to calls. Don't get excited; listen to the call and then respond accordingly. If it doesn't go very well for you the first time, regroup, determine how you could do better and then try again. Before you know it you'll be at ease with operating on the birds.

Most importantly, please do not transmit unless you are hearing stations well enough to copy their callsigns. Once you are hearing, call someone you can copy and make your contact. Most SO-50 daylight passes over the United States are very active. SO-50 is difficult to hear due to its 1/4 watt output and its propensity to polarity shifts. If you are not hearing anyone, you are likely not hearing the satellite. Don't call CQ. Don't announce your call and grid if you are not hearing others well enough to copy their callsigns. It is easy to transmit into a bird but much more difficult to hear it. Just because you can't hear a satellite doesn't mean that you are not getting in and possibly interfereing with those running less power. If you can't hear any satellites, ask for help.

Active Voice Satellites
There is only one FM bird operational at this time, SO-50. AO-27 failed in October, 2012, and attempts are still being made to restore it to operational status. AO-27 was only in the voice repeater mode for exactly 7 minutes during North American daylight passes. The repeater period was preceded by telemetry. Telemetry was also sent after the repeater period expired. This was not interference as some might think. AO-27 turned on around the Miami latitude and turned off around the Canadian border. No PL tone was required. SO-50 requires 67.0 Hz PL (CTCSS) tone. A PL tone of 74.4Hz transmitted for a few seconds will activate the bird if its timer has expired. The timer runs for about 11 minutes. Once activated, use 67.0Hz to make contacts. Keep in mind that SO-50 will likely fade in and out unless you have polarity swtiching or you are rotating (twisting) your handheld antenna for best signal. Adjust your operating accordingly.

(ADDED 5/23/2014)
One thing to keep in mind is that SO-50 is a "PL" access repeater. There is a finite time between pushing your transmit button and the satellite turning on and repeating your audio. If you start talking immediately after pressing the PTT button, the first word or two won't make it through. So if you are sending your callsign first, the first letter or two will likely not be repeated. Push the button and say "This is" or just wait a second before giving your callsign. That way others will hear KK4ABC instead of K4ABC or 4ABC.

The working linear birds are FO-29, VO-52, AO-73 and AO-7. AO-7 alternates between Mode A (2m up and 10m down) and Mode B (432up and 145 down) every 24 hours with the switch occuring at approximately 0500utc. The exception to this is when the satellite goes into darkness during it's orbit around the earth. When the bird comes out of darkness, the 24 hour timer re-starts and the bird is usually in Mode B when that happens. So at certain times of the year, the bird will be in Mode B continously. This is the case currently (May 2014), and it will likely continue for a few months. Use the minimum power necessary to hear yourself on par with others on the bird. If you transmit with high power, all of the satellite output power will be used to relay your signal and others running lower power will not get their share of the satellite power output. CW stations especially should use very low power because a CW tone is much stronger than a SSB signal that varies with speech. High power CW or SSB will cause a "chop" in other signals in the satellite passband. It may cause the satellite to "FM". This is different from FM satellites which run a constant power output regardless of how strong the input signal is. See the AMSAT website for more information on these birds.

AO-73 or FUNCUBE was activated in November 2013. Normally it transmits data when in sunlight and switches to a linear transponder (SSB & CW) when in darkness (eclipsed). Sometimes it will be in transponder mode on weekends for both day and night passes. If you have computer doppler control you will find that your computer will not be able to compensate correctly because AO-73 has a frequency reference that drifts. Computer dopppler control will help, but you will have to make manual corrections in order to hear yourself throughout the pass.

A Word about signing "PORTABLE"
You can say and do whatever you want regarding operating "portable" or "handheld" or "on the Arrow" etc., but it doesn't provide much useful information with one exception: When you stated you were operating "portable" under the FCC rules in the 1960's, it meant you were not at your home station location. It had nothing to do with operating with an HT or on emergency battery power. This was an FCC requirement back then but now it is not. When operating today, be sure to say you are /portable when you are not at home and especially when you are operating in a grid different from your home grid. Hearing someone signing "portable" should set off alarm bells that you might want to work this station and may want to give them airtime to work as many stations as they can. After all, they have gone to the trouble to operate away from their "home comfort zone" to possibly give someone a new grid. But if others sign "portable" when they are in their backyard on an HT, this indicator won't mean much. Consider using "portable" only when you are away from home. If the pass is not crowded, have at it. But if it is, you'll have the opportunity to work everyone again later, whereas the "portable" station may only be there for that pass. Give the portable station as much airtime as possible so that everyone can make a contact, possibly for a new grid. Common sense should prevail. Listen, figure out what is going on, and then operate appropriately. But above all, be courteous.

Time stamps on files are not exact on all birds, especially AO-27 which came into view before it is activated for voice operation. One minute loss of signal occurs when the antenna hits the south stop and must turn around 360 degrees.

Recordings are not made every day and may not be posted for some time after the pass if they are. For now they are posted as often as possible.

HOW TO WORK UT1FG/MM (revised 1Nov2012
UT1FG/MM is on a cargo ship and he is the Captain of the vessel. He is an avid 6 meter buff and a few years ago began operating satellites from his ship. He has always suffered from compromise omni antennas but now he has constructed a CJU antenna which can be manually rotated and has a fixed elevation of 15 degrees. More recently he has installed an ELK Log Periodic antenna on a manually rotatable mast. Antennas are elevated at 15 degrees. Antenna Polarity can be manually adjusted. Yuri uses an IC706 and is not full duplex. Since he has seperate antennas for each band he must use a coax switch to go from transmit to receive. He is not computer controlled although he does have a satellite program running on his computer. He does a great job of staying on the callers frequency, switching the antenna and logging everyone he works. And he puts up with both good and bad operating procedure in stride. He doesn't complain about anything.

If you have thought about what I just wrote, you will understand that Yuri is very busy trying to work everyone that is calling. He has a great memory and once you work him a few times, he has your callsign and will likely recognize you even if he gets just a few letters. But he can't work people if everyone calls and there is no opportunity for him to reply to what he might have heard. Please do not keep calling. If you are full duplex and hear your call come through, stop calling and listen. If you are not full duplex call once and then listen until a contact is made. When the called station responds, be quiet until you hear Yuri come back and announce he is listening. Remember he has to throw a switch to recieve and that takes time considering he's logging your callsign as well. If you jump the gun, you will iikely not get through. It's ok if he doesn't get anyone's call because he will call again and you will get another chance. If you don't let others complete their qso, hardly anyone will get a contact and his effort will be wasted.

If you are working on the linear birds, try to stay on Yuri's frequency. If you are way off, he'll have to tune you in and then others might not hear you calling and start calling and wreck your contact. Remember that Yuri is doing everything manually as above, but now has the extra burden of tuning his tx and rx which he does an amazing job with. Once you work Yuri, consider giving him the transponder. If you must start calling CQ up the band, please reduce your power to the minimum so you don't rob power from the weaker stations trying to work Yuri and worse yet, rob power from Yuri's signal which may be weak to start with. If you see someone is going to go out of the footprint before you do, consider waiting a bit so they can make their contact. If you've already worked him in the grid he's in, hold off until no one is calling if you must work him again. Always let Yuri come back and confirm the contact. There is no use trying to tail end. Listen to how he works stations; he rarely changes his operating procedure. He responds to a calling station, listens for the response and then has the final reply before listening for other callers. He cannot hear you when he is transmitting.

Use PHONETICS! When conditions are poor and when English is not your first language, phonetics help get the callsign right the first time. If you have to repeat yourself it just wastes precious satellite time. Dont' race through your callsign; keep a medium cadence. You rush it and you have a busted callsign or no contact at all.

Do we all make mistakes? Yes we do. If we learn from them we become better operators. It is amazing how many contacts can be made if everyone cooperates. Without that cooperation, not many get through. It's really sobering to listen to some of the recordings. But it will help everyone understand the consequences of not listening. And it will help you fine tune your operating skills.

Reload/Refresh to make sure you have the latest listings.

SO-50_22Aug2014_210046z.mp3

SO-50_18Aug2014_205324z.mp3
SO-50_18Aug2014_122159z.mp3

SO-50_16Aug2014_214020z.mp3 CO6CBF-FL12

SO-50_15Aug2014_124200z.mp3 KD7YZ-EM88

SO-50_14Aug2014_222716z.mp3 KK4HEP-EL88 1st Satellite Contact

SO-50_12Aug2014_144321z.mp3
SO-50_12Aug2014_130223z.mp3

SO-50_11Aug2014_141555z.mp3 14 stations

SO-50_10Aug2014_153036z.mp3
SO-50_10Aug2014_134907z.mp3

SO-50_09Aug2014_132304z.mp3
SO-50_09Aug2014_004835z.mp3 XE3DX-EL02

SO-50_08Aug2014_230719z.mp3 K2BSA-EM59
SO-50_08Aug2014_143551z.mp3 20 stations heard
SO-50_08Aug2014_002332z.mp3 XE3DX/p-EL01

SO-50_02Aug2014_151646z.mp3 XE3DX/p-DK99

SO-50_01Aug2014_162940z.mp3 XE3DX/p-DL83

SO-50_31Jul2014_174345z.mp3 N9EBT- 1st satellite contact; KC5RFU-EM60; CO6CBF@0.5degrees working W5PFG

SO-50_26Jul2014_185023z.mp3 XE1SEW/p-EK29; N8M-EN82
SO-50_26Jul2014_171027z.mp3 XE1SEW/p-EK29; TG9AJR; N8RO/p-FN42; N8M-EN82

SO-50_25Jul2014_182320z.mp3 TG9AJR-EK44; KG5CCI-EM34; KC5SLQ-EM47; KD8TQT-EN63; KD8TYT-EN63 first satellite contact; W9A

SO-50_13Jul2014_212348z.mp3 KG5CCI-EM34, 1st satellite contact; KD8CAO/p-EN63; NX9B/p-EM65; FP/KV1J-GN17

SO-50_09Jul2014_225728z.mp3

SO-50_04Jun2014_162839z.mp3 lots of non-satellite qrm on input

SO-50_01Jun2014_182913z.mp3 NX9B/p-EM57/58; lots of non-satellite qrm on input

SO-50_27May2014_193533z.mp3 W1HQL-EL95; W1COZ
SO-50_27May2014_175506z.mp3 WB0VGI; KB1RVT; KB1PVH KD2CWA/P-FN23; N3KZX-FN10

SO-50_26May2014_205000z.mp3 W1AW/0-CO-DN70
SO-50_26May2014_190835z.mp3

SO-50_25May2014_202221z.mp3 CO6CBF/p-EL91

SO-50_24May2014_195516z.mp3 K8OE, W0DHB; WN9Q; KK4UPI; WA3X-DE; N2HVR; KK4RGK; NX9B; N5UXT; KK4VAU; N1BRU; N0JY; W1HQL (1 minute outage due to antenna hitting the south stop
SO-50_24May2014_181500z.mp3 W1PA, N1XED, NR0T, WA3X, KB1SQZ, KK4RGK

SO-50_23May2014_210911z.mp3 W1AO/0-CO; AA4QE; W5IEM; KK4UPI; N5PV; KK4VAU; KK4RGK; VE3GNF; N8HM; KE3LB; CM2ESP
SO-50_23May2014_192819z.mp3 W1AW/2-NY; N8HM; AC9FX; WA3X-DE; W2SKI; KE3LB; K8OE

SO-50_22May2014_204142z.mp3 W1AO/0-CO; KK4VAU; KG8UL; KK4UPI; WA5KBH; K4SQC; WI9I; KK4RGK; K9SLQ

SO-50_11Apr2014_235451z.mp3 KD8WYS- First Satellite Contact

SO-50_27Dec2013_025549z.mp3 KD2DLS-FN13; KD2EXR-FN12

SO-50_25Dec2013_032859z.mp3 KD4ZGW-EM63!

SO-50_22Dec2013_034740z.mp3 KK4VAU-EM75, 1st satellite contact

SO-50_01Dec2013_192900z.mp3

FO-29_27Nov2013_120524z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL89
FUNCUBE-1_27Nov2013_023301z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL78

FO-29_26Nov2013_125519z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL57
FUNCUBE-1_26Nov2013_034600z.mp3
FUNCUBE-1_26Nov2013_021047z.mp3

FUNCUBE-1_26Nov2013_014852z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL23

SO-50_24Nov2013_193746z.mp3 N6RFM-FN42, 1st satellite contact!

SO-50_27Sep2013_120654z.mp3 WB8RJY/p-EN63, 1st satellite contact, VO1ONE/VY2-FN86; KD5FBA/p-DN83 (SD)

SO-50_14Sep2013_161129z.mp3 K4BSK, 1st satellite contact

SO-50_06Sep2013_162915z.mp3 KG8UL-EN82, 1st satellite contact

SO-50_06Sep2013_173213z.mp3 N8RO/VE3-EN96

SO-50_23Aug2013_210836z.mp3 AC0RA/p-EN32; N4HF-EM85, 1st satellite contact
FO-29_23Aug2013_030234z.mp3 KA6SIP/p-CN71

SO-50_22Aug2013_222140z.mp3 VE3NKL/p-EN95; WA7ETH/m-CN98

SO-50_21Aug2013_233530z.mp3 KA6SIP/p-CN72
SO-50_21Aug2013_174920z.mp3 KA6SIP/p-CN72
SO-50_21Aug2013_132114z.mp3 WA4NVM/p-EM45; VE3NKL/p-EN95
FO-29_21Aug2013_030745z.mp3 KA6SIP/p-CN72

SO-50_19Aug2013_223855z.mp3 N8MR/p-EN57

SO-50_15Aug2013_012330z.mp3 XE2AT/p-DL93

SO-50_14Aug2013_234201z.mp3
SO-50_14Aug2013_150950z.mp3 XE1AO-demo: KB3ZTO-FN01, 1st satellite contact

SO-50_08Aug2013_031128z.mp3 W5PFG/p-EM16/17
FO-29_08Aug2013_024612z.mp3 W5PFG/p-EM16/17
SO-50_08Aug2013_013001z.mp3 NG8T/p-EN75

SO-50_07Aug2013_183959z.mp3 NG8T/p-EN76
SO-50_07Aug2013_165751z.mp3 WX8J-EM89; NM3B/VO1-GN26
FO-29_07Aug2013_034345z.mp3 W7LRD/p-CN77

FO-29_06Aug2013_172918z.mp3 W7LRD/p-CN77 (partial pass)
FO-29_06Aug2013_135705z.mp3 NM3B/VO1-GN36 (partial pass)

SO-50_04Aug2013_012010z.mp3 K1MDA-FN42rp

SO-50_03Aug2013_201128z.mp3 KF7SLV-DN06; KC0YBM/VE3-EN29
SO-50_03Aug2013_182819z.mp3 W5IU/p-EM10/Demo; KC9UQR/p-EN63; K2BR/p-FM29/Lighthouse Sp Evt; WN9Q/p-EN57; NM3B/VO1-GN38

SO-50_01Aug2013_191344z.mp3 KO4MA/p-EM82; KC9UQR/p-EN63; VE3LVW/p-EN94; K0KDO-EM38HG? in Tightwad MO
SO-50_01Aug2013_173350z.mp3 K4NYA-FM05, 1st satellite contact with CO6CBF; VE9BEL/p-FN57; VE3LVW/p-EN94; NM3B/VO1-GN37
FO-29_01Aug2013_150152z.mp3 KC9UQR/p-EN62

SO-50_27Jul2013_215920z.mp3 XE2HWB/p-DL53
SO-50_27Jul2013_201619z.mp3 KC9SBN-EN53, N8M-EN82 Detroit Maker Fair
FO-29_27Jul2013_142142z.mp3 WB2OQQ-FN31, Custer Observatory Sp Event

SO-50_26Jul2013_213006z.mp3
SO-50_26Jul2013_194840z.mp3

SO-50_24Jul2013_221603z.mp3 VE7WF

SO-50_22Jul2013_230123z.mp3

SO-50_22Jul2013_211904z.mp3 WN9Q/p-EN54; K0FCQ-EM17

SO-50_19Jul2013_213931z.mp3 KB1WKI-FN42

SO-50_18Jul2013_225252z.mp3 K2BSA/W4UOO-EM97,WV

SO-50_17Jul2013_011839z.mp3 W1AW/6-CM98, Teachers Institute

FO-29_13Jul2013_145616z.mp3 K2BSA/W4UOO-EM97,WV

SO-50_12Jul2013_232432z.mp3 N3GKS-EN92, 1st satellite contact; FP/KV1J-GN17

SO-50_10Jul2013_012240z.mp3 KF4WGP-1st Sat QSO; KE4DNV-EM86; AC0RA/p=DN43

SO-50_09Jul2013_234243z.mp3

SO-50_08Jul2013_002732z.mp3

FO-29_07Jul2013_151104z.mp3 AC0RA/p-DN65
SO-50_07Jul2013_032224z.mp3 W7WBB/p-CM95; AC0RA/p-DN64; N7GOA-DN43
SO-50_07Jul2013_013948z.mp3

SO-50_06Jul2013_112516z.mp3 no polarity switching, unattended recording
SO-50_06Jul2013_094430z.mp3
SO-50_06Jul2013_025323z.mp3
SO-50_06Jul2013_011226z.mp3

SO-50_05Jul2013_123934z.mp3
SO-50_05Jul2013_105716z.mp3 K2E-Delaware

SO-50_04Jul2013_103002z.mp3 13colonies

SO-50_03Jul2013_114908z.mp3 KK9O
SO-50_03Jul2013_031023z.mp3 WI9EMS-EN52; KD0RHD-EN71; N2HTL-FN03; K4YYL/K2L-EM84
FO-29_03Jul2013_022624z.mp3 HK5JY-FJ13; 13 colonies sp event
SO-50_03Jul2013_013034z.mp3 13 colonies sp event stations

SO-50_01Jul2013_035542z.mp3 KC5SLQ-EM12; WN9Q-EN64; WI9EMS/P

SO-50_26Jun2013_132930z.mp3 CO6CBF/p-EL82; K4VMT-EM61; 60 second dropout due to antenna flip

FO-29_24Jun2013_145719z.mp3 WB3CSY; AF5CC

SO-50_18Jun2013_163047z.mp3 AA5CK/p-DM97

SO-50_01Jun2013_202256z.mp3 WA0YSO-EN41, 1st satellite qso with KK5W, Sp Event - Battleship weekend

SO-50_04May2013_185953z.mp3 K1MDF-FN42, 1st satellite qso; KC9ROI-EN35, 1st satellite qso

SO-50_15Apr2013_233549z.mp3 VE1MAM-FN57, 1st satellite qso

w8upd_balloon_04132013.mp3 W8UPD Balloon; Delaware OH to maybe Cuyahoga Falls

SO-50_12Apr2013_010543z.mp3 KB9RUG

FO-29_10Apr2013_132629z.mp3 2M1EUB/p-IO97cm

SO-50_08Feb2013_185310z.mp3
SO-50_08Feb2013_170421z.mp3 CM2XN-FL11, 1st satellite contact!

SO-50_02Feb2013_191822z.mp3 K2BSA/5-EM12

SO-50_13Jan2013_232427z.mp3 KF4WBJ-FM06, 1st satellite contact

SO-50_08Jan2013_031932z.mp3

SO-50_30Dec2012_040810z.mp3 WA2EFU-FN30 1st Satellite Contact; KK4FWF-EM85 1st Satellite Contact

FO-29_22Dec2012_151010z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-HN30

SO-50_12Dec2012_174123z.mp3 KK4GAF 1st sat qso

FO-29_09Dec2012_052627z.mp3 KB5TZN; N6RSX; K4FEG
FO-29_09Dec2012_033900z.mp3 KB5TZN 1st satellite contact with WA5KBH

FO-29_08Dec2012_155832z.mp3 PV8DX and others

FO-29_06Dec2012_173226z.mp3 W5PFG/p-EM03/04 KS

FO-29_04Dec2012_140930z.mp3 EA4CYQ qso CO6CBF, 1st transatlantic qso for Hector

SO-50_02Dec2012_212426z.mp3 KC4NBC, 1st Sat Contact; YS1MS
SO-50_02Dec2012_194330z.mp3 KF5IBK-FM18; KG4ULT/p-FM18
FO-29_02Dec2012_141359z.mp3 DG9BFJ-JO31, 1st stateside sat qso; ON5NY; G4DOL; F0DIH; F5MFO; CT3FM-IM12

SO-50_26Nov2012_150653z.mp3

SO-50_21Nov2012_142518z.mp3 K5DNA KB1PXX

SO-50_07Nov2012_015956z.mp3 partial; UT1FG/MM-GM43

SO-50_05Nov2012_183944z.mp3

AO-27_04Nov2012_191236z.wav Telemetry Only - 16k Wave File
FO-29_04Nov2012_170353z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL05 - 16q's

SO-50_01Nov2012_200842z.mp3 N4SMS-EM93 Schofield Middle School 1st Satellite Contact

FO-29_29Oct2012_171844z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FJ08

AO-27_21Oct2012_173337z.wav Telemetry Only - 16k Wave File
AO-27_21Oct2012_075357z.wav Telemetry Only - 16k Wave File
AO-27_21Oct2012_061455z.wav Telemetry Only - 16k Wave File

FO-29_20Oct2012_183635z.wav NI6BB-DM03, Battleship USS Iowa
AO-27_20Oct2012_180129z.wav Telemetry Only - 16k Wave File

AO-27_18Oct2012_185830z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File
AO-27_18Oct2012_172008z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File

AO-27_17Oct2012_080841z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File
AO-27_17Oct2012_062920z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File

AO-27_16Oct2012_065741z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File

AO-27_15Oct2012_184431z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File
AO-27_15Oct2012_170652z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File

AO-27_14Oct2012_191322z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File
FO-29_14Oct2012_185241z.mp3 W1AW/6-CM97 demo
AO-27_14Oct2012_173420z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File
FO-29_14Oct2012_170304z.mp3 voice and cw
AO-27_14Oct2012_075443z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File

AO-27_13Oct2012_180221z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File
AO-27_13Oct2012_064353z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File

AO-27_12Oct2012_183036z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File

FO-29_12Oct2012_041500z.mp3 cw w/ fm'ing
AO-27_08Oct2012_184514z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File
AO-27_08Oct2012_170736z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File

AO-27_07Oct2012_191408z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File
AO-27_07Oct2012_173508z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File

AO-27_06Oct2012_180301z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File
AO-27_06Oct2012_162735z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File

AO-27_05Oct2012_183123z (2).wav Wave File (large)
AO-27_05Oct2012_183123z.mp3 Entire Pass inc. data; after 50sec of data, continuous Mark tone whcih stayed on to my north horizon

AO-27_04Oct2012_190000z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File
AO-27_03Oct2012_192902z(2).mp3 K8BL/VE3-EN78/79
AO-27_03Oct2012_192902z.wav Telemetry Only - Wave File
FO-29_03Oct2012_182306z.mp3 K8BL/VE3-EN78
AO-27_03Oct2012_174920z.mp3
AO-27_03Oct2012_174920z.wav Telemetry Only -Wave File
FO-29_03Oct2012_163735z.mp3 K8BL/VE3-EN77/78; UT1FG/MM-FH17

AO-27_02Oct2012_181727z.mp3

AO-27_26Sep2012_192952z.mp3 N8JAX-EL88, 1st satellite contact with N8RO
AO-27_26Sep2012_175008z.mp3

AO-27_25Sep2012_195922z.mp3 KJ6NTL
AO-27_25Sep2012_181812z.mp3

AO-27_24Sep2012_184645z.mp3 antenna flip during pass

AO-27_23Sep2012_191535z.mp3
AO-27_23Sep2012_173630z.mp3

AO-27_22Sep2012_194458z.mp3
AO-27_22Sep2012_180431z.mp3

AO-27_21Sep2012_201447z.mp3
AO-27_21Sep2012_183249z.mp3

AO-27_20Sep2012_204540z.mp3 partial
AO-27_20Sep2012_190131z.mp3
AO-27_20Sep2012_172301z.mp3

AO-27_19Sep2012_193037z.mp3 NO4L-EM90,1st satellite contact
AO-27_19Sep2012_175050z.mp3

AO-27_18Sep2012_181900z.mp3 W5PFG/p-EM04/DM94

AO-27_16Sep2012_191622z.mp3 CO9FAA-demo
SO-50_16Sep2012_175156z.mp3 CO9FAA-demo

AO-27_13Sep2012_190210z.mp3 WB5NXD

SO-50_08Sep2012_204938z.mp3 K2BSA/5-EM12
AO-27_08Sep2012_180549z.mp3KK4KOT; KC8YKI; N1N; KB3YUC; KQ2RA; NE5BO; KP4N et. al.

AO-27_07Sep2012_201616z.mp3

AO-27_06Sep2012_190255z.mp3

AO-27_05Sep2012_175213z.mp3 N8HM/p-EN75, 1st satellite contact!

SO-50_03Sep2012_214918z.mp3 VE7TGA-DN29
AO-27_03Sep2012_203155z.mp3 KJ6STW-DM13,1st sat contact?; KE5NUG?-pedestrian mobile San Diego
AO-27_03Sep2012_184851z.mp3 K4CLC-1st sat contact?

AO-27_30Aug2012_190331z.mp3
AO-27_30Aug2012_172500z.mp3 VE3HII

AO-27_28Aug2012_200221z.mp3 KF5PHA-EL29 1st Satellite contact with N5AFV?
AO-27_28Aug2012_182101z.mp3 N5UXT-EM40, waiting for Isaac

SO-50_27Aug2012_233321z.mp3
AO-27_27Aug2012_203239z.mp3
AO-27_27Aug2012_184929z.mp3 antenna flip
AO-27_27Aug2012_171140z.mp3

SO-50_25Aug2012_154543z.mp3 KF7YDL-DM26, new ham, 1st Satellite contact??

SO-50_23Aug2012_144756z.mp3 KJ4RZY-EL88
SO-50_23Aug2012_003312z.mp3 KJ4RZY-EL88

AO-27_21Aug2012_200256z.mp3
AO-27_21Aug2012_182138z.mp3
SO-50_21Aug2012_171444z.mp3 fading due to polarity shifting

AO-27_16Aug2012_172617z.mp3 VO1ONE-GN37

SO-50_16Aug2012_163206z.mp3 VO1ONE-GN37

AO-27_14Aug2012_200340z.mp3
SO-50_14Aug2012_185834z.mp3
AO-27_14Aug2012_182217z.mp3 FP/N8TLV-GN16
SO-50_14Aug2012_171604z.mp3
SO-50_14Aug2012_012034z.mp3 VO1ONE/p-GN27

AO-27_09Aug2012_190528z.mp3

AO-27_05Aug2012_192020z.mp3 ~20 stations and civilized!
VO-52_05Aug2012_142317z.mp3 AC0RA/p CVARC Hamfest Demo

SO-50_30Jul2012_215657z.mp3
AO-27_30Jul2012_203517z.mp3
AO-27_30Jul2012_185157z.mp3

AO-27_27Jul2012_202015z.mp3 W6GMT-EN37 returns
AO-27_27Jul2012_183758z.mp3 KX9X/p-EM59/69
AO-27_27Jul2012_170035z.mp3 KX9X/p-EN50/60

AO-27_24Jul2012_182359z.mp3 W1AW

FO-29_22Jul2012_183727z.mp3 K7SAO/WB6OLA trying
AO-27_22Jul2012_174210z.mp3 VE3NKL/p-GN19

SO-50_21Jul2012_224443z.mp3 KK4FTS-EM95; AB1OD-FN31
AO-27_21Jul2012_195052z.mp3 N5HYP/p-EM12 "moon day"
AO-27_21Jul2012_181011z.mp3 N5HYP/p-EM12 "moon day"
FO-29_21Jul2012_174706z.mp3 13 different stations

FO-29_20Jul2012_203213z.mp3 KL7R/p-BP64 on cw
AO-27_20Jul2012_202052z.mp3
AO-27_20Jul2012_183829z.mp3 CM2ESP-EL83

AO-27_19Jul2012_190717z.mp3 CM2ESP-EL83

AO-27_18Jul2012_193626z.mp3
AO-27_18Jul2012_175621z.mp3

AO-27_17Jul2012_182436z.mp3

AO-27_13Jul2012_202127z.mp3 KB7SNQ/p-DM49 BSA; WD9EWK/p-DM23/24
AO-27_13Jul2012_183902z.mp3

AO-27_12Jul2012_190752z.mp3

SO-50_05Jul2012_124053z.mp3 VE5SAT/p-CP16; 13 colonies stations

AO-27_04Jul2012_175732z.mp3 13colonies stations

AO-27_03Jul2012_182545z.mp3 CO6CBF/p-EL93; 13colonies stations

FO-29_02Jul2012_192518z.mp3 WA0QJE-DM52, 1st sat contact in 20 years!
AO-27_02Jul2012_185418z.mp3 13colonies stations
FO-29_02Jul2012_173940z.mp3 GM4CFS-IO86; 13colonies stations
AO-27_02Jul2012_170609z.mp3 13colonies stations
FO-29_02Jul2012_155544z.mp3 13colonies stations

AO-27_01Jul2012_192313z.mp3 13colonies stations
AO-27_01Jul2012_174348z.mp3 extra data edited out; 13colonies stations

VO-52_26Jun2012_004604z.mp3 VY0HL-FP53

SO-50_24Jun2012_072012z.mp3 Middle of the night FD
SO-50_24Jun2012_054103z.mp3 Late night FD

AO-27_23Jun2012_181226z.mp3 First FD pass

AO-27_22Jun2012_202317z.mp3 KB5HMU-DN21
SO-50_22Jun2012_181921z.mp3
AO-27_22Jun2012_170325z.mp3 VE9SDH-FN75

AO-27_20Jun2012_193847z.mp3
AO-27_20Jun2012_175839z.mp3

AO-27_16Jun2012_195355z.mp3 ND9M/p-EM74
SO-50_16Jun2012_184854z.mp3
AO-27_16Jun2012_181259z.mp3

AO-27_15Jun2012_202359z.mp3 Mexican Telephone Interference
AO-27_15Jun2012_184123z.mp3 1min dropout due to south stop
SO-50_15Jun2012_182019z.mp3 1min dropout due to south stop

AO-27_14Jun2012_173120z.mp3 KC9TTR/p-EM58

AO-27_10Jun2012_192502z.mp3 KD8SEV-EN91; W7JE-CN97; KF5JIM-EL29; N0KYK - 1st satellite contact with NX9B. this recording has the end of SO-50 and most of AO-27 on it since they were both in the footprint.
SO-50_10Jun2012_191956z.mp3 KS0DR-EM28, 1st satellite qso

SO-50_09Jun2012_203236z.mp3 WB0QIR-EM37, 1st satellite qso; K5KTX-EM13, 1st satellite qso; K5P-EM13 Hamcom
AO-27_09Jun2012_195425z.mp3 KF5PDS-EM13, 1st ham radio contact and 1st satellite contact; K5P-EM13, Hamcom
SO-50_09Jun2012_185138z.mp3
AO-27_09Jun2012_181334z.mp3 K5P-EM13, Hamcom

SO-50_05Jun2012_202155z.mp3 KC8WZF-EN72, 1st satellite qso
AO-27_05Jun2012_200938z.mp3

AO-27_04Jun2012_171824z.mp3 KB2MN-FM29, 1st satellite qso

SO-50_03Jun2012_210335z.mp3 N8ALJ-EN82, 1st satellite qso; NJ2BB-Battleship NJ/VA3OR op.

SO-50_02Jun2012_203521z.mp3 KB3MIP-FM28(DE), Lightship Overfalls
SO-50_02Jun2012_181405z.mp3 KB3MIP-FM28(DE), Lightship Overfalls; NJ2BB-FM29 Battleship NJ/VA3OR op.

AO-27_24May2012_191148z.mp3 V31UB-EK56, WA4HFN/p-EM45, ND9M/p-EM76, W5PFG/p-EM12

SO-50_15May2012_170415z.mp3

AO-27_09May2012_180141z.mp3
SO-50_09May2012_173122z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GN73
SO-50_09May2012_031341z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GN51
SO-50_09May2012_013316z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GN51

AO-27_08May2012_201144z.mp3
FO-29_08May2012_190124z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GN50
SO-50_08May2012_184516z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GN50
AO-27_08May2012_182959z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GN50
FO-29_08May2012_171628z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GN40
AO-27_08May2012_165304z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GN40
VO-52_08May2012_123156z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM49
FO-29_08May2012_061829z.mp3 KL7R/p-BP14
FO-29_08May2012_042217z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM39
SO-50_08May2012_024528z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM38
FO-29_08May2012_024332z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM39

SO-50_07May2012_195318z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM28
FO-29_07May2012_181107z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM28
AO-27_05May2012_195700z.mp3 partial pass K2BSA/5

AO-27_02May2012_180212z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL31; NM8W-EN81, 1st Satellite Contact with KD4EQA
FO-29_02May2012_173049z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL31

AO-27_28Apr2012_195728z.mp3 AC0ZA/p-EN02/03
AO-27_28Apr2012_181625z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK17

AO-27_26Apr2012_191343z.mp3
AO-27_26Apr2012_173445z.mp3

AO-27_25Apr2012_194254z.mp3
AO-27_25Apr2012_180234z.mp3

AO-27_24Apr2012_201244z.mp3 K7CWQ/p-DN04
AO-27_24Apr2012_183052z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK36/37
AO-27_24Apr2012_165355z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK36/37

AO-27_23Apr2012_185931z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK58; W1AW-FN31
AO-27_23Apr2012_172111z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK68; W3UTD-FN10, 1st satellite contact

AO-27_22Apr2012_174851z.mp3
SO-50_22Apr2012_000339z.mp3

AO-27_21Apr2012_195756z.mp3 WA4HFN/p-EM43/53; 1st 30 seconds missing
AO-27_21Apr2012_181658z.mp3 T40R?; WA4HFN/p-EM43

AO-27_20Apr2012_202806z.mp3
AO-27_20Apr2012_184517z.mp3 AC0ZA-DN94
AO-27_20Apr2012_170738z.mp3

AO-27_19Apr2012_205950z.mp3 1 degree pass
AO-27_19Apr2012_191405z.mp3

AO-27_18Apr2012_194320z.mp3
AO-27_18Apr2012_180303z.mp3
SO-50_18Apr2012_101247z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL60
FO-29_18Apr2012_065910z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL70
VO-52_18Apr2012_000611z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL71

AO-27_17Apr2012_201304z.mp3 AC0ZA/p-EN02
FO-29_17Apr2012_185839z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL72
AO-27_17Apr2012_183112z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL72; AC0ZA/p-EN03
AO-27_17Apr2012_165413z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL72
SO-50_17Apr2012_093527z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL84
FO-29_17Apr2012_041844z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL85
VO-52_17Apr2012_012455z.mp3 UT1FG/MM
SO-50_17Apr2012_010301z.mp3 UT1FG/MM; 6H6IARU

AO-27_10Apr2012_201336z.mp3 CO6CBF/p-EL91/FL01
AO-27_10Apr2012_183141z.mp3 CO6CBF/p-EL91
FO-29_10Apr2012_182228z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FN46
AO-27_10Apr2012_165440z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FN36

AO-27_09Apr2012_190014z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FN25; ND9M/p-EM31

AO-27_07Apr2012_181742z.mp3 CM2ESP-EL83
FO-29_07Apr2012_173712z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-EN82; PV8DX at end

AO-27_06Apr2012_184609z.mp3

AO-27_04Apr2012_180346z.mp3

AO-27_02Apr2012_190043z.mp3
FO-29_31Mar2012_203134z.mp3 W8/UT1FG/MM-EN77 Yuri worked 15 stations WOW!
FO-29_31Mar2012_184542z.mp3 W8/UT1FG/MM-EN76
AO-27_31Mar2012_181802z.mp3 W8/UT1FG/MM-EN76
AO-27_27Mar2012_201432z.mp3
AO-27_27Mar2012_183223z.mp3
AO-27_27Mar2012_165525z.mp3
SO-50_27Mar2012_162520z.mp3
SO-50_27Mar2012_144423z.mp3

AO-27_26Mar2012_204507z.mp3 N2YTF-DL89
AO-27_26Mar2012_190100z.mp3 CM2AAB-EL83
SO-50_26Mar2012_173837z.mp3 N2YTF-DL89
AO-27_26Mar2012_172238z.mp3
SO-50_26Mar2012_155634z.mp3
FO-29_26Mar2012_084701z.mp3 AA5UK/KH6-BK29 partial recording by KD8CAO
FO-29_26Mar2012_084941z.mp3 AA5UK/KH6-BK29; max elevation 0.8 degrees!; worked at -0.5degrees! see recording above by KD8CAO

VO-52_21Mar2012_013643z.mp3
VO-52_21Mar2012_000018z.mp3 PV8DX-FJ92

AO-27_20Mar2012_201448z.mp3
FO-29_20Mar2012_200407z.mp3 UT1FG/mm-FN35
AO-27_20Mar2012_183248z.mp3 CM2ESP - partial pass
FO-29_20Mar2012_182223z.mp3 HK4MKE
SO-50_20Mar2012_162736z.mp3
AO-27_20Mar2012_165544z.mp3 KB1WUO-FN31, 1st Satellite QSO
FO-29_20Mar2012_164147z.mp3 PV8DX-FJ92
VO-52_20Mar2012_144200z.mp3 Beacon, then K8TL & KC7MG

AO-27_19Mar2012_204525z.mp3
AO-27_19Mar2012_190120z.mp3
AO-27_19Mar2012_172259z.mp3

FO-29_18Mar2012_200845z.mp3 Lots of Tuning
AO-27_18Mar2012_193025z.mp3 XF1AA-DL71; CM2ESP-EL83
SO-50_18Mar2012_185204z.mp3 AA5PK/p-DM90; XF1AA-DL71
FO-29_18Mar2012_182323z.mp3 HKMKE-FJ26; G4VWI
AO-27_18Mar2012_175041z.mp3

SO-50_15Mar2012_085458z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FM66
FO-29_15Mar2012_044407z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FM65

AO-27_14Mar2012_194513z.mp3 CQ Delaware
FO-29_14Mar2012_183233z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FM63; HK4MKE-FJ26
AO-27_14Mar2012_180449z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FM63
SO-50_14Mar2012_165810z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FM63; partial pass
FO-29_14Mar2012_164842z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FM63
AO-27_14Mar2012_162919z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FM62
SO-50_14Mar2012_101435z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FM52; may be some of pass missing
FO-29_14Mar2012_072515z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FM51
FO-29_14Mar2012_052810z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FM50
FO-29_14Mar2012_035554z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FM50

AO-27_13Mar2012_201503z.mp3
SO-50_13Mar2012_195048z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL59
FO-29_13Mar2012_192731z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL59
AO-27_13Mar2012_183308z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL49
SO-50_13Mar2012_181007z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL49
FO-29_13Mar2012_174235z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL49
AO-27_13Mar2012_165600z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL48
SO-50_13Mar2012_111822z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL47
SO-50_13Mar2012_093819z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL47
FO-29_13Mar2012_044848z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL46
FO-29_13Mar2012_030855z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL45; CT2GOY-IM58

SO-50_12Mar2012_210343z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL44; weak signal from satellite
FO-29_12Mar2012_202249z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL44
SO-50_12Mar2012_192213z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL34
AO-27_12Mar2012_190145z.mp3
FO-29_12Mar2012_183715z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL34
SO-50_12Mar2012_174143z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL34
AO-27_12Mar2012_172321z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL33
FO-29_12Mar2012_165313z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL33
SO-50_12Mar2012_091137z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL32
FO-29_12Mar2012_054259z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL31
FO-29_12Mar2012_040027z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL31

SO-50_11Mar2012_203437z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL30 partial pass, antenna flip
FO-29_11Mar2012_194516z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK39
FO-29_11Mar2012_175001z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK29 partial pass with a bit of AO-27
SO-50_11Mar2012_102145z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK28 partial pas
FO-29_11Mar2012_063829z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK27 partial pass

SO-50_10Mar2012_214743z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK15
SO-50_10Mar2012_201323z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK15
AO-27_10Mar2012_200018z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK15; KC7QR-DN22
AO-27_10Mar2012_181905z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK14
AO-27_10Mar2012_164243z.mp3
SO-50_10Mar2012_131555z.mp3
SO-50_10Mar2012_113320z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK13; KB3WSW-1st satellilte contact
FO-29_10Mar2012_054748z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK13

AO-27_09Mar2012_203026z.mp3
FO-29_09Mar2012_184249z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK01
AO-27_09Mar2012_184734z.mp3
FO-29_09Mar2012_175407z.mp3 G7LJA-IO70
AO-27_09Mar2012_170949z.mp3
SO-50_07Mar2012_202103z.mp3
AO-27_07Mar2012_194538z.mp3

SO-50_06Mar2012_231606z.mp3
SO-50_06Mar2012_213317z.mp3 KL7R-BP73
AO-27_06Mar2012_201524z.mp3 KL7R-BP73
SO-50_06Mar2012_195239z.mp3 KL7R-BP73
AO-27_06Mar2012_183328z.mp3
AO-27_06Mar2012_165619z.mp3
SO-50_06Mar2012_130051z.mp3 UT1FG/MM

AO-27_05Mar2012_204610z.mp3 simplex interference
AO-27_05Mar2012_190205z.mp3
SO-50_05Mar2012_000043z.mp3 2 degree pass

SO-50_04Mar2012_221706z.mp3
SO-50_04Mar2012_203618z.mp3
AO-27_04Mar2012_193104z.mp3
AO-27_04Mar2012_175119z.mp3

SO-50_03Mar2012_233000z.mp3
SO-50_03Mar2012_214823z.mp3 KB7MGA/m-FM18 1st sat contact with W1MSG
SO-50_03Mar2012_201339z.mp3
AO-27_03Mar2012_200034z.mp3
AO-27_03Mar2012_181928z.mp3

AO-27_02Mar2012_184751z.mp3 KB0QKH-CQ
AO-27_02Mar2012_171004z.mp3
SO-50_02Mar2012_001401z.mp3

AO-27_01Mar2012_191645z.mp3
AO-27_01Mar2012_173738z.mp3
SO-50_01Mar2012_135934z.mp3
SO-50_01Mar2012_122047z.mp3

SO-50_29Feb2012_234438z.mp3
SO-50_29Feb2012_151228z.mp3 K9TSU demo

SO-50_28Feb2012_231545z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-EK62
AO-27_28Feb2012_201548z.mp3
AO-27_28Feb2012_165639z.mp3
SO-50_28Feb2012_002824z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-EJ78

AO-27_27Feb2012_204631z.mp3
AO-27_27Feb2012_190225z.mp3 interference
AO-27_27Feb2012_172359z.mp3 FM/DL7VTX-FK94
SO-50_27Feb2012_155625z.mp3 FM/DL7VTX-FK94
SO-50_27Feb2012_141454z.mp3

SO-50_26Feb2012_235933z.mp3 KL7R/p-BP65
AO-27_26Feb2012_193128z.mp3
AO-27_26Feb2012_175143z.mp3 FM/DL7VTX-FK94
AO-27_25Feb2012_200056z.mp3
AO-27_25Feb2012_181944z.mp3

AO-27_24Feb2012_203108z.mp3
AO-27_24Feb2012_184814z.mp3
AO-27_24Feb2012_171024z.mp3
SO-50_24Feb2012_161055z.mp3
SO-50_24Feb2012_143033z.mp3

AO-27_23Feb2012_191704z.mp3
AO-27_23Feb2012_191704z.mp3
SO-50_23Feb2012_154201z.mp3
SO-50_23Feb2012_012656z.mp3

SO-50_22Feb2012_234605z.mp3
AO-27_22Feb2012_194615z.mp3
AO-27_22Feb2012_180548z.mp3
SO-50_22Feb2012_165442z.mp3
AO-27_22Feb2012_163016z.mp3

AO-27_21Feb2012_183404z.mp3
AO-27_21Feb2012_165702z.mp3

AO-27_20Feb2012_190242z.mp3

AO-27_19Feb2012_175201z.mp3
SO-50_19Feb2012_152958z.mp3

AO-27_18Feb2012_182003z.mp3

AO-27_17Feb2012_203129z.mp3
AO-27_17Feb2012_184832z.mp3

AO-27_16Feb2012_191723z.mp3
AO-27_16Feb2012_173816z.mp3
SO-50_16Feb2012_172433z.mp3

AO-27_15Feb2012_194617z.mp3 interference
AO-27_15Feb2012_180515z.mp3
SO-50_15Feb2012_165613z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-EK62
SO-50_15Feb2012_042158z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-EJ69
SO-50_15Feb2012_024012z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-EJ69

AO-27_14Feb2012_201611z.mp3
AO-27_14Feb2012_183406z.mp3
SO-50_14Feb2012_180742z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-EJ78
AO-27_14Feb2012_165704z.mp3
SO-50_14Feb2012_035244z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-EJ87

SO-50_13Feb2012_192029z.mp3
AO-27_13Feb2012_190245z.mp3
SO-50_13Feb2012_173937z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-EJ97
FO-29_08Feb2012_190320z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK33; antenna flip in middle of pass
SO-50_08Feb2012_183859z.mp3 UT1FG/MM=FK33; single polarity
FO-29_08Feb2012_171817z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK46
SO-50_08Feb2012_042246z.mp3 UT1FG/MM=FK45

SO-50_07Feb2012_213225z.mp3
AO-27_07Feb2012_201635z.mp3
FO-29_07Feb2012_200644z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK46
SO-50_07Feb2012_195015z.mp3
AO-27_07Feb2012_183434z.mp3 CHAOS! UT1FG/MM-FK46
SO-50_07Feb2012_181221z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK56
AO-27_07Feb2012_165723z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK56

SO-50_06Feb2012_210250z.mp3
AO-27_06Feb2012_190307z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK69
AO-27_06Feb2012_172440z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FK79
SO-50_06Feb2012_050625z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL80
SO-50_06Feb2012_032558z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-FL81

SO-50_05Feb2012_203356z.mp3 VA3CIB/p-EN39
FO-29_05Feb2012_200404z.mp3 unknown beacon
AO-27_05Feb2012_193214z.mp3
SO-50_05Feb2012_185521z.mp3 UT1FG/MM=FL91
FO-29_05Feb2012_181720z.mp3 UT1FG/MM=FL92
AO-27_05Feb2012_175229z.mp3 UT1FG/MM=FL92

FO-29_04Feb2012_205812z.mp3
SO-50_04Feb2012_201439z.mp3 partial pass; UT1FG/MM-GL14
AO-27_04Feb2012_200142z.mp3
FO-29_04Feb2012_191213z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL14
SO-50_04Feb2012_183549z.mp3 2 degree pass; UT1FG/MM-GL14
AO-27_04Feb2012_182028z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL14; crowded!
FO-29_04Feb2012_172747z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL15
AO-27_04Feb2012_164406z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL15
SO-50_04Feb2012_055001z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL26
SO-50_04Feb2012_040929z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL36

AO-27_03Feb2012_184856z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL37; antenna flip
FO-29_03Feb2012_182212z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL37
AO-27_03Feb2012_171108z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL47
FO-29_03Feb2012_163935z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL47
FO-29_03Feb2012_053500z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GL59- partial pass recording

AO-27_02Feb2012_173843z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM60 - partial recording
FO-29_02Feb2012_173500z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM60- partial pass recording
AO-27_02Feb2012_160505z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM61

SO-50_01Feb2012_220117z.mp3 partial pass
SO-50_01Feb2012_202141z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM82
AO-27_01Feb2012_194703z.mp3
FO-29_01Feb2012_182658z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM83
AO-27_01Feb2012_180633z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM83
FO-29_01Feb2012_164415z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-GM93

SO-50_31Jan2012_213241z.mp3
AO-27_31Jan2012_201655z.mp3
SO-50_31Jan2012_195519z.mp3
AO-27_31Jan2012_165743z.mp3

SO-50_30Jan2012_224502z.mp3
SO-50_30Jan2012_210453z.mp3
AO-27_30Jan2012_190335z.mp3
AO-27_30Jan2012_172501z.mp3
SO-50_29Jan2012_221615z.mp3
SO-50_29Jan2012_203812z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-HN60
FO-29_29Jan2012_174215z.mp3 UT1FG/MM-HN70

SO-50_28Jan2012_232853z.mp3
AO-27_28Jan2012_200204z.mp3
AO-27_28Jan2012_182053z.mp3 HI4/AJ5C-FK49
AO-27_28Jan2012_164425z.mp3

AO-27_27Jan2012_203222z.mp3
AO-27_27Jan2012_184920z.mp3
FO-29_27Jan2012_174700z.mp3
AO-27_27Jan2012_171132z.mp3

SO-50_26Jan2012_223138z.mp3
AO-27_26Jan2012_191811z.mp3
AO-27_26Jan2012_173859z.mp3
SO-50_26Jan2012_012635z.mp3

SO-50_25Jan2012_234334z.mp3
AO-27_25Jan2012_180657z.mp3

AO-27_24Jan2012_201715z.mp3
AO-27_24Jan2012_183509z.mp3

AO-27_23Jan2012_204809z.mp3
AO-27_23Jan2012_190348z.mp3
AO-27_23Jan2012_172523z.mp3

SO-50_22Jan2012_235836z.mp3
AO-27_22Jan2012_193251z.mp3
AO-27_22Jan2012_175303z.mp3

AO-27_21Jan2012_200227z.mp3
AO-27_21Jan2012_182111z.mp3
AO-27_21Jan2012_164447z.mp3

AO-27_20Jan2012_203239z.mp3
AO-27_20Jan2012_184939z.mp3 K8BL/4-EL86; HI4/AJ5C-FK49
AO-27_20Jan2012_171146z.mp3

AO-27_19Jan2012_210444z.mp3 1 degree pass
AO-27_19Jan2012_191829z.mp3 K8BL/4-EL86; W5PFG/m-EM22
AO-27_19Jan2012_173920z.mp3 K8BL/4-EL86

AO-27_18Jan2012_194746z.mp3
SO-50_18Jan2012_005726z.mp3

AO-27_17Jan2012_201733z.mp3 K8BL/5-EM51 KA6SIP/p-CM98
AO-27_17Jan2012_183531z.mp3 K8BL/5-EM51
AO-27_17Jan2012_165820z.mp3

AO-27_16Jan2012_204825z.mp3 KA6SIP/p-CM98 3 degree pass
AO-27_16Jan2012_190406z.mp3 K8BL/5-EM50 HI4/AJ5C-FK-49 unruly pass? we report, you decide
AO-27_16Jan2012_172541z.mp3 K8YSE/p-EL98

AO-27_15Jan2012_193312z.mp3
AO-27_15Jan2012_175320z.mp3

AO-27_14Jan2012_200241z.mp3
AO-27_14Jan2012_182128z.mp3 K0FW-DM99 1st sat qso

AO-27_13Jan2012_203257z.mp3 K8YSE/remote--EN91
AO-27_13Jan2012_184952z.mp3 HI4/AJ5C-FK49 K8YSE/p-EL97rx
AO-27_13Jan2012_171203z.mp3 K8YSE/p-EL98rd

AO-27_12Jan2012_191846z.mp3 K8BL/5-EM44 K8YSE/p-EL98
AO-27_12Jan2012_173937z.mp3 K8YSE/p-EL98

AO-27_10Jan2012_201750z.mp3
AO-27_10Jan2012_183544z.mp3 AJ5C/HI4-FK49

AO-27_09Jan2012_204841z.mp3 WQ6C
AO-27_09Jan2012_190422z.mp3 AJ5C/HI4-FK49
AO-27_09Jan2012_172552z.mp3 K8YSE/p-EL98

AO-27_08Jan2012_1931z.mp3 K2BSA/5 - Recording courtesy WA4NVM

AO-27_07Jan2012_200256z.mp3 K8YSE/p-EL97
AO-27_07Jan2012_182144z.mp3 K8YSE/p-EL97
SO-50_07Jan2012_141953z.mp3

AO-27_05Jan2012_191857z.mp3 W5PFG/p-EL19
AO-27_05Jan2012_173951z.mp3 K8YSE/p-EL98

AO-27_04Jan2012_194818z.mp3
AO-27_04Jan2012_180746z.mp3
SO-50_04Jan2012_143424z.mp3

AO-27_03Jan2012_201809z.mp3
AO-27_03Jan2012_183602z.mp3
AO-27_03Jan2012_165849z.mp3
SO-50_03Jan2012_154726z.mp3

RADIOSCAF-B_02Jan2012_231507z.mp3 FM; on /off
RADIOSCAF-B_02Jan2012_214244z.mp3 FM; on /off
AO-27_02Jan2012_172610z.mp3

AO-27_01Jan2012_214244z.mp3
AO-27_01Jan2012_193338z.mp3

AO-27_30Dec2011_203326z
AO-27_30Dec2011_185024z
RADIOSCAF-B_30Dec2011_175449z.mp3 FM SSTV;
AO-27_30Dec2011_171233z
RADIOSCAF-B_30Dec2011_162249z.mp3 FM SSTV;

RADIOSCAF-B_29Dec2011_194038z.mp3 FM SSTV; on continuously
AO-27_29Dec2011_191910z
RADIOSCAF-B_29Dec2011_180651z.mp3 FM; on /off
AO-27_29Dec2011_174001z
SO-50_29Dec2011_150400z

AO-27_27Dec2011_183610z
RADIOSCAF-B_27Dec2011_182517z.mp3 FM
AO-27_27Dec2011_165905z

AO-27_26Dec2011_204908z K4FEG/p-EM46, AB0XR/p-DN81, 3 degree pass
RADIOSCAF-B_26Dec2011_200532z.mp3 CW
AO-27_26Dec2011_190447z K4FEG/p-EM46, AB0XR/p-DN80

RADIOSCAF-B_25Dec2011_201036z.mp3 FM Voice
AO-27_25Dec2011_193351z
RADIOSCAF-B_25Dec2011_183749z.mp3 FM Voice
SO-50_25Dec2011_181247z WC0X/p-EM05
AO-27_25Dec2011_175400z WA4HFN/p-EM54
SO-50_25Dec2011_163058z

RADIOSCAF-B_24Dec2011_232341z.mp3 FM Voice - sat eclipse at end
RADIOSCAF-B_24Dec2011_214907z.mp3 FM Voice
RADIOSCAF-B_24Dec2011_201441z.mp3 FM Voice, CW and some SSTV signals
AO-27_24Dec2011_200322z

RADIOSCAF-B_23Dec2011_215257z.mp3 FM Voice
AO-27_23Dec2011_203338z
SO-50_23Dec2011_172540z
AO-27_23Dec2011_171245z
AO-27_22Dec2011_191924z
SO-50_22Dec2011_182653z
AO-27_22Dec2011_174017z

AO-27_21Dec2011_180811z

AO-27_20Dec2011_201831z

AO-27_19Dec2011_172627z

AO-27_18Dec2011_193403z
AO-27_18Dec2011_175410z

AO-27_17Dec2011_200336z
AO-27_17Dec2011_182217z

AO-27_16Dec2011_203351z
AO-27_16Dec2011_185041z
AO-27_16Dec2011_171255z UT1FG/MM-GL13
SO-50_15Dec2011_200824z KL7XJ-BP40
SO-50_15Dec2011_182727z UT1FG/MM-FL92
AO-27_15Dec2011_174025z UT1FG/MM-FL91
VO-52_15Dec2011_121747z UT1FG/MM-FL81
AO-07_15Dec2011_100356z UT1FG/MM-FL80, ON4GP, DG1EA, EI5EV
VO-52_15Dec2011_002620z UT1FG/MM-FL70

AO-27_14Dec2011_194852z partial pass; SO-50 overlap
SO-50_14Dec2011_193927z KL7XJ, UT1FG/MM
SO-50_14Dec2011_125002z
AO-27_14Dec2011_180820z UT1FG/MM

SO-50_13Dec2011_205157z
AO-27_13Dec2011_201841z
SO-50_13Dec2011_191049z
AO-27_13Dec2011_183630z
SO-50_13Dec2011_121957z

SO-50_12Dec2011_220542z left hand only
AO-27_12Dec2011_204932z 3 degree pass
SO-50_12Dec2011_202252z left hand only
AO-27_12Dec2011_190511z
AO-27_12Dec2011_172641z
AO-07_12Dec2011_091856z Mode A; IK8YSS & DL7UHF

AO-27_11Dec2011_175400z 1 minute of carrier at the end of pass

SO-50_10Dec2011_210621z KL7R at home?

SO-50_09Dec2011_221907z
AO-27_09Dec2011_203356z

SO-50_08Dec2011_214946z KD8KSN/p-EN75
SO-50_08Dec2011_200858z
SO-50_08Dec2011_150136z

AO-27_07Dec2011_194900z W5PFG/p-DM72/82; KA6SIP/p-CM98
AO-27_07Dec2011_180828z
SO-50_07Dec2011_143044z W5PFG/p-DM83/93

SO-50_06Dec2011_205155z
AO-27_06Dec2011_201844z
AO-27_06Dec2011_183640z
AO-27_06Dec2011_165928z

AO-27_05Dec2011_204936z
AO-27_05Dec2011_190515z
AO-27_05Dec2011_172644z

SO-50_04Dec2011_231629z partial pass
SO-50_04Dec2011_213517z
SO-50_04Dec2011_195452z
AO-27_04Dec2011_193416z
AO-27_04Dec2011_175430z
SO-50_04Dec2011_144432z

HO-68_03Dec2011_163438z CW Telemetry, SatPC32 Doppler Correction tracking perfectly
SO-50_03Dec2011_155828z WD9EWK/p-DM43; N0NWS-EM37
SO-50_03Dec2011_141505z WD9EWK/p-DM43; N0NWS-EM37; WA4NVM/p-EM45
SO-50_03Dec2011_000005z

SO-50_02Dec2011_221843z
AO-27_02Dec2011_203402z WD9EWK/p-DM41, Santa Cruz County
AO-27_02Dec2011_185056z WD9EWK/p-DM41, Santa Cruz County
SO-50_02Dec2011_152810z
SO-50_02Dec2011_011429z 1degree pass

SO-50_01Dec2011_233052z KD0QAE-EM29, 1st Satellite QSO
AO-27_01Dec2011_191946z CM2ESP-EL83; HI8LAM
AO-27_01Dec2011_174036z
SO-50_01Dec2011_004339z XE3DX/p-EL00

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