Hi! Taking a break from talking L/V, but staying with AO-92... Earlier today during an AO-92 U/V pass, I was using my Kenwood TH-D72 HT and Elk log periodic. Late in the pass, I found that I wasn't able to get through using 435.360 MHz, the last of the 5 steps normally used to work AO-92's 70cm uplink: I found that I had to tune up to 435.365 MHz for the last minute or so of the pass to get through. This was not the first time I have had to do this; I had to do this recently when I tried my old Icom IC-W32A on the current FM satellites. With the IC-W32A, I had to tune up to 435.365 MHz to work AO-92 approaching LOS. With AO-91's 70cm uplink, I find I can divide the passes roughly into 5 equal parts for tuning purposes. With AO-92, I don't normally stay on 435.340 MHz very long after AOS, before I move up to 435.345 MHz and on from there. Thinking about what I did this morning, I probably spent the same amount of time on 435.340 MHz as I did 435.365 MHz, which was about half as long as I spent on the other 5 kHz steps between 435.345 and 435.360 MHz. Has anyone else seen this with their radio(s) working AO-92? I don't recall ever having to tune up to 435.365 MHz a year ago when working AO-92. I have a Wouxun KG-UV9D, and may try it with its 2.5 kHz steps to see how that works near the end of a pass. 73!