Archive - Oct 2006 - Forum topic
Here's a copy of the handout I have been using when talking to groups about working amateur satellites with handheld radios.
Clint Bradford, K6LCS
Is it just my bad luck or has it been a while sence I have heard a signal fron ISS? WA9WEB
This link has a list of amateur radio in space related links and likely the most comprehensive list to cover space travelers who were hams.
Check it out!
Kenneth - N5VHO
There was a school contact scheduled for just after 5 am central USA Today friday oct 27th 2006, but when i was on the echolink they said iwas postponed at the last minute. I dont know when they will reschedule.
kb0zuu ( just passing this along )
I am new to amatuer radio, about to take my exam and get licensed.
I would like to do voice and packet data to the ISS.
However I am wondering what equipment is good for this.
Can a handheld 2m radio do the job? What entry level radio's would
people recommend? I was looking at the Kenwood D700 but some
people say it does not have good buffer space for packet, and fills
Any advice, or pointers on where to look would be helpful.
Perhaps if this website, each member could describe their equipment
somewhere - that would be useful for beginners like me.
I am going for my Technician license pretty soon and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on what some good equipment would be to get for communicating with the ISS?
I am trying to organize an ISS contact for the scout troop as part of jamboree on the air on Oct 21st. I have a 5/8ths antenna and a 65W transmitter. Is there any way to get on the schedule so that we aren't trying to contact them while they are sleeping?
Quando tempo dobbiamo aspettare ancora per ascoltare segnali packet dalla ISS? 73' to all de Michele I7PQD
Heard this today on 144.390 ?? On the national aprs freq. The message was qsy on 145.825 to work pcsat-11.
Why do we hear nothing from the ISS anymore? We have