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"Troposcatter Meteorscatter Ionoscatter" is listed in dxzone.com under 1 categories. Its main category is Operating VHF UHF SHF Bands (VHF UHF Microwave operating modes for ham radio operators). Listed in our web site index since Thursday Nov 8 2001, till today received a total of 718 hits, received 4 votes for a total score of 6.50/10

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