QSL Cards submitted for
Oscar Satellite Communications Achievement Award
WB5RMG - Oct 2006

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#1

AA0P

All it takes is one confirmed contact via Amateur Satellite, to become a member in the "Satellite Communicator's Club". If you are have at least one QSL from a satellite contact, check the AMSAT web site for full details. I don't know why it took me so long to get around to submitting these.
Satellite Communicator's Club certificate

#2

VE7AIO

#3

W0IT

#4

OH5LK

#5

KE4BM

#6

I1OXZ

#7

KA5SMA

#8

JA5LG

#9

VE2JR

#10

VK3YXK

#11

WA9TPQ

#12

NN3N

#13

KC5FP

#14

WA7TSD

#15

W1NU

#16

WB8TGY

#17

NX7Q

#18

KA0YOS

#19

W4BIW

#20

KK4UZ
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So finally, here is the certificate !!


Oscar Satellite Communications Achievment Award certificate
FT-736RMost of these cards were collected in the 1989 - 1994 timeframe, while AO-13 and RS-10/11 were enjoying great popularity. It also helped that I had built up a fairly good station and was operating regularly.
Sometimes I wish I still had these huge antennae - but times change, and what 'used-to-be' aint necessarily the best path to find your way into the future...
Circularly Polarized VHF and UHF array
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