Teknik och hårdvara Telemetri

Using SatNOGS observations for current satellite status

Keeping track of all satellites transmitting on ham radio frequencies can be hard and time consuming. The SatNOGS observations is a very good source to see the current active satellites.

No you get a list with current active satellite(s) with correct frequency and data mode. Of course this will not cover all satellites but all the popular sats are always present at SatNOGS.


AO-91 telemetry 2020-09-24

Active downlink almost all pass.


AMSAT-DL Journal Nr. 3 – 47

This number with some excellent articles about portable QO-100 setup, Free-DV on QO-100 and several more articles with QO-100 focus.


AMSAT-DL AMSAT-UK Virtual Satellite Symposium

AMSAT-DL Online Satellite Symposium on September 26, 2020

Both AMSAT-DL and AMSAT-UK announces Virtual Satellite Symposium for 2020.


Unfortunately, the AMSAT-DL Symposium planned for September 26 and 27, 2020 cannot take place this year in the usual manner.
Since the health of all of us is very important to us and the legal framework currently leaves no other option, we have decided not to hold a meeting on site in Bochum this year. We regret this very much, but the premises only allow an occupancy of less than 20 people.
Unfortunately, a ”social” meeting with a dinner together is not possible, nor is a flea market and other activities, such as the QO-100 User Meeting, which will be held for the first time during the HAM Radio Fair in Friedrichshafen in 2019.
Instead, we will broadcast the symposium as an ”online” meeting in DATV via the broadband transponder of QO-100 and on the Internet on the YouTube channel of AMSAT-DL (https://www.youtube.com/user/amsatdl) radiate.


AMSAT-UK Announces Colloquium 2020 October 11, 2020
There will not be an in-person AMSAT-UK International Space
Colloquium this year instead they will be holding an Online Event on
Sunday, October 11, 2020. This is the day after the RSGB’s Radio
Convention which is also an on-line event.
The AMSAT-UK Convention will run from 11:00am to approximately
5:00pm, with a break for lunch and several short breaks during the
day. (Times are British Summer Time, or UTC/GMT + 1.) Membership in
AMSAT-UK is not required to attend and the event is free of charge.
The event will be in the form of a Zoom Webinar. Register at
http://tinyurl.com/amsatukreg2020 and follow the instructions which
will arrive by email. No special software is installed since a
browser plug in is used by Zoom.
Those who are registered before the start of the Colloquium will be
entered for a number of free raffles which will take place during the
event. The event will be hosted by Graham Shirville, G3VZV and
Jim Heck, G3WGM and formally opened by our Chairman, Martin Sweeting,
G3YJO. For those registered it will be possible to pose questions to
the speakers during Q and A sessions. Informal on-line discussions
after the official close of the Colloquium, are also planned.
The Colloquium will be live streamed to the AMSAT-UK YouTube channel
at https://www.youtube.com/user/AMSATUK.
Complete information is available at https://amsat-uk.org/colloquium/.

CubeBel-1 telemetry 2020-09-08

With RX leaders message. 9k6 FSK at 436.990 MHz.


First AmicalSat telemetry received 2020-09-04

First #amicalsat telemetry was received 2020-09-04. It is using NFM on 436.100 MHz sending standard 1200 AX.25 packet. Signal is strong and can be received with tracking UHF Yagis.
Special telemetry online decoded can be downloaded from:
Read the instructions, it is easy to get going. You can use Soundmodem as AX.25 decoder.

I noticed that my telemetry frames was presented on SatNogs dB. See this very nice database dashboard: