Archive - 2009 - Forum topic
I have been monitoring the packet frequency 145.825 for a few close passes to home and I did not hear the digi-repeater. Does anyone know if it is turned on?
I have been working on a uhf eggbeater antenna for about a week and cannot get the thing to tune worth squat. As a matter of fact it won't tune at all. I used the plans posted by k50e and am at a loss as to what is causing it. I used 3' of shedule 40 pvc pipe as a platform, made the loops the right size, used rg/62 (93ohm) for the phasing line at 5.08"" and fed it with good rg8 coax. It will do nothing. Any hints or clear plans would be a help. Thanks
I recently submitted a question to be answered by Frank De Winne on the ISS, and he made a video while in orbit to answer it for me:
Someone knows why the inactivity of the ISS ...........
(Alguien sabe porque la inactividad de la ISS...........)
Thank you very much for giving your attention
(Muchas Gracias por prestar su atencion)
Best regards / Saludos cordiales
We need the Packet "ON" Amazing Crew wake up the world is calling........73
I was on reddit.com a few days ago and there was a cool submission of this website that let you go around in a sort of 3D virtual tour. Sort of like how Google Street View works only it was the inside of the ISS.
Anyone have any idea what I'm talking about or what that URL is? I have been looking for it for 3 days and I can't find it!
Episode 25 of Amateurlogic, the technology and ham radio videocast has been released. Its free to download at http://www.amateurlogic.com or view at Youtube.
The relevance to this forum is that episode 25 features my efforts to contact the ISS on packet and also briefly mentions the ISS fan club.
Regards Peter VK3PB
Several ISS SSTV images where received which
are shown on the ARISS SSTV gallery
If you have received images please send them
via the ARISS SSTV submission page:
We may not be able to display every image because of
quality or duplication.
But we keep them in the archieve for futher investigation.
73's Cor PD0RKC