martes, 6 de febrero de 2018

CAS-4b


Algunas tramas recibidas en CW



..........................RTR RRR UUI RUI TUU R6I RKK RTK UUN R4T TVR NIR TTT TTT VTB TTT MTT RUR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUI RUI TUU R6I RKK RTM UUN R4R TVT NIR TTT TTT 4RB TTT MTT RUR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUR RUI TUU R6I RKK RTM UUN R4T TVT NIR TTT TTT 4RB TTT MTT UUR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUV RUI TUU R6I RKK RTM UVT R4R TVR NIR TTT TTT IUB TTT MTT VUR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUV RUI TUU R6I RKK RTK UVT R4T TVT NIR TTT TTT 6VB TTT MTT 4UR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUI RUI TUU R6I RKK RTK UUN R4T TVT NIR TTT TTT K4B TTT MTT IUR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUI RUI TUU R6I RKK RTK UUN RVN TVT NIR TTT TTT K4B TTT MTT IUR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUV RUI TUU R6I RKK RTM UVT RVN TVT NIR TTT TTT KIB TTT MTT IUR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUI RUI TUU R6I RKK RTM UUN R4R TVT NIR TTT TTT MIB TTT MTT 6UR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUK RUI TUU R6I RKK RTM UUN R4T TVT NIR TTT TTT MIB TTT MTT 6UR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUI RUI TUU R6I RKK RTM UUN R4T TVT NIR TTT TTT M6B TTT MTT 6UR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUV RUI TUU R6I RKK RTK UUN RVN TVT NIR TTT TTT M6B TTT MTT KUR CAMSAT CAMSAT
BJ1SL DFH AAA RTR RRR UUI RUI TUU R6I RKK RTM UUN RVN TVT NIR TTT TTT NKB TTT MTT TUR CAMSAT CAMSAT

sábado, 27 de enero de 2018

PicoGlobo Amsat

-----Mensaje original-----
De: Amsat Argentina [mailto:info@amsat.org.ar]
Enviado el: Sábado, 27 de Enero de 2018 2:05
Para:
Asunto: Ayuda recepcion PicoGlobo WSPR

Amigos,

El 18 de Enero se lanzo desde V.Gesell el picoglobo LU1ESY, ya fue recibido en Antartida, Namibia, S.Africa, Madagascar, Australia, Tasmania y Nueva Zelandia, esta en medio del Pacifico, de proseguir el vuelo estaria volviendo a Sud America este sabado/domingo.

Sus 25 gramos emiten 25mW en 20m cuando lo ilumina el sol, de haber estaciones que reciban WSPR en nuestro continente y suban sus capturas, tendremos oportunidad de continuar sabiendo donde esta.

Es por esto que Amsat-LU pide y agradece que por un par de dias haya estaciones recibiendo WSPR 20m.

El programa WSPR de facil instalacion se puede obtener desde
http://amsat.org.ar/wspr.exe .

Si lo instala y conecta el audio de la SBlaster (preferible galvanicamente) a la salida de audio de su receptor en 14.095.6 USB ya esta recibiendo WSPR (tener actualizado el clock de su PC).

Luego de poner sus datos (Station Parameters) se sugiere marcar 'upload spots' para enviar a wsprnet lo recibido y seleccionar tiempo de transmision en 0 (Tx %) para evitar emitir por radio y asi tener mas chance de recepcion.

Aplicaciones para ver donde esta el PicoGlobo:
https://aprs.fi/#!mt=roadmap&z=11&call=a%2FLU1ESY-3&timerange=604800&tail=604800

https://tracker.habhub.org/#!mt=roadmap&mz=3&qm=All&mc=-48.39023,-140.21&q=lu1esy-3

http://lu7aa.org.ar/wspr.asp 

Agradecemos, de ser posible, difundir esta informacion.

Gracias por participar, acompañar y ayudar !!

73, LU7AA, Amsat-LU
info(arroba)amsat.org.ar
www.amsat.org.ar

viernes, 26 de enero de 2018

AO-92


AO-92 Abierto para uso de Radioaficionados

info: https://www.amsat.org/ao-92-commissioned-open-for-amateur-use/

On the 03:25 UTC pass on January 26, 2018, AMSAT Vice President - Engineering Jerry Buxton, N0JY, announced that AO-92 had been commissioned and formally turned the satellite over to AMSAT Operations. AMSAT Vice President - Operations Drew Glasbrenner, KO4MA, then declared that AO-92 was now open for amateur use.

Initially, the U/v FM transponder will be open continuously for a period of one week. After the first week, operations will be scheduled between the U/v FM transponder, L-Band Downshifter, Virginia Tech Camera, and the University of Iowa's High Energy Radiation CubeSat Instrument (HERCI).

Schedule updates will appear in the AMSAT News Service Weekly Bulletins and will also be posted to the AMSAT-BB, AMSAT's Twitter account (@AMSAT), the AMSAT North America Facebook group, and the AMSAT website at https://www.amsat.org/satellite-schedules/

AO-92 was launched on the PSLV-C40 mission from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, India on January 12, 2018. For the past two weeks, the AMSAT Engineering and Operations teams have been testing the various modes and experiments on board. Testing has shown that both the U/v FM transponder and L-Band Downshifter work very well. The Virginia Tech camera has returned stunning photos and data from HERCI has been successfully downlinked.

AMSAT thanks the 178 stations worldwide that have used FoxTelem to collect telemetry and experiment data from AO-92 during the commissioning process. The collection of this data is crucial to the missions of AMSAT's Fox-1 satellites. Please continue to collect data from AO-85, AO-91, and AO-92.

RADIO PROGRAMMING CHART
Fox-1D Doppler Shift Correction

Memory 1 (AOS)     - TX 435.340 MHz (67.0 Hz Tone), RX 145.880 MHz
Memory 2 (Rise)    - TX 435.345 MHz (67.0 Hz Tone), RX 145.880 MHz
Memory 3 (TCA)     - TX 435.350 MHz (67.0 Hz Tone), RX 145.880 MHz
Memory 4 (Descend) - TX 435.355 MHz (67.0 Hz Tone), RX 145.880 MHz
Memory 5 (LOS)     - TX 435.360 MHz (67.0 Hz Tone), RX 145.880 MHz

The L-band experiment will use 1267.350 MHz uplink with 145.880 MHz downlink. UHF and L-band uplink operation are set by the command stations; the operating schedule will be posted.

[ANS thanks AMSAT Vice-President Engineering, Jerry Buxton, NØJY,
 AMSAT Vice President Operatings Drew Glasbrenner, KO4MA, and AMSAT
 Executive Vice President Paul Stoetzer, N8HM for the above information]