|Subject:||Re: LF: satellites|
|From:||Mike WE0H <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Sun, 13 Jul 2008 18:08:04 -0500|
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Get Mal to write up some how to articles about 600 meters and submit those to Radcom. Might get things going again?
Mike WE0H WD2XSH/16 on 600 meters David wrote: Mal.Amsat is alive and well. - Not sure about the recent American, Eagle and Intelsat projects though. Sadly it's Rad Com that seems to have fizzled out. It must be months since they have had a real construction project. Perhaps its money saving, but it does seem as though all creativity is now limited to existing columnists. It appears to have evolved from technical journal to newspaper.
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