apr 3 2019
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Nov 11 2018
@EU1SAT @BsuSat My first CubeBel-1 decode and uploaded to Bsusat web. The following equipment was used:
Frq for RX was 436.990 MHz Wide FM, data stream sent as FSK G3RUH 9600bd. Everything was received and decoded fully automatic while I was doing dinner for my kids 🙂
Nov 8 2018
Scott, K4KDR har gjort några bra noteringar om hur man kör PSK31 via PSAT:
Hi everyone. If you would like to make some satellite contacts using a digital mode that doesn't require linux, it turns out that the PSK31 transponder on PSAT (NO-84) works very well. A few days ago I posted that I had successfully used PSAT's PSK31 transponder: http://www.amsat.org/pipermail/amsat-bb/2018-November/070178.html I had always seen in the documentation that the 435.350 FM downlink from PSAT transmitted PSK31 and I had even decoded its telemetry beacons using FLDigi. However, until a new How-To came out last week, I had never figured out how to use the 10m USB PSK31 uplink to add my own signal to PSAT's 70cm downlink stream. Here is that excellent How-To from 2M0SQL: https://www.2m0sql.com/2018/10/29/using-the-no-84-psat-psk-transponder/ ... and I am making this post to share a couple of additional notes. Please forgive if this is old news, but it was new to me. I have uploaded some screen shots to illustrate. First, please note the bottom waterfall in this image showing -2- PSK31 streams in PSAT's downlink: https://www.qsl.net/k/k4kdr//how-to/psat-psk31/fldigi-decoding.png ... the stream at the 310 Hz. mark is PSAT's telemetry beacon, but the mark at 2369 is a repeat of what I am transmitting on 28.120! Since the key to this is FLDigi's ability to decode multiple streams at the same time, it's extremely helpful to SEE each of those streams separately. In the following image, please note how to enable the left-hand "channels" browser window in FLDigi: https://www.qsl.net/k/k4kdr//how-to/psat-psk31/fldigi-view-channels.png ... and this is a matter of personal preference, but I find that the most helpful display setting in that left-hand window is to label each stream with the audio frequency it's on: https://www.qsl.net/k/k4kdr//how-to/psat-psk31/fldigi-freq-view-settings.png ... when you click on any of those decode streams, that selects which stream appears in the main upper decode window in FLDigi. So that's the decode side of this. If you combine that with the information provided in the How-To by 2M0SQL on how to transmit, we ought to be able to get some 2-station or even multi-station QSO's logged. Finally, if you don't have 10m transmit capability -or- even if you only own an FM radio, this is a digital mode that you can absolutely decode to enjoy another aspect of one of our long-orbiting satellites. If you would like to practice using FLDigi to decode the PSK31 signals from PSAT, here is the audio file that produces the two streams you see in the screen shots I have mentioned above: https://www.qsl.net/k/k4kdr//how-to/psat-psk31/psat-psk31-sample-audio.wav -Scott, K4KDR
sep 25 2018
During this pass over Stockholm you can clearly see the Spinrate of AO-73.
Under denna passage går det tydligt att se hur AO-73 snurrar i rymden, det som kallas Spinrate. De två graferna visar temperaturen på Y och X-solpanelerna och hur den varierar. Sista bilden visas skillnaden i signalstyrkan då satelliten snurrar.
Jag kan varmt rekommendera AO-73 som en första satellit att lyssna på då den har en bra signalstyrka på 145.935 MHz USB.