All this was a last minute effort and lacked adequate notice to anyone to arrange to hear the beacon. As it turned out the winds were high all day at the Samson, AL launch site Saturday and not a good time for launching a marginally powered rocket. I did some ground checkout with the beacon and through flexing the coax on the outside it pulled the center conductor of coax out of the transmitter board. However, the PA was forgiving and it still works. So I can do some tweeking and perhaps build a booster that is compatible with G motors. The next SEARS launch is February 5th.