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Author Topic: E07a 4577 USB 2140 UTC 3/8/17  (Read 273 times)
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« on: March 10, 2017, 0519 UTC »

4577 USB
Start:2140 UTC
End: 2146 UTC
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42814 90048
40005 36295
02253 91468
85697 65098
89724 68557
50304 67909
68147 06572
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Header had minor technical issues. Short .25-.5 second pauses occurred.
« Last Edit: March 10, 2017, 0528 UTC by Cherrypie » Logged

When you can't figure out why your SWR is so high. Then you realize your antenna isn't plugged in.
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