Archive - 2012 - Forum topic
I have some knowledge of basic radio theory and would like to try listening to ISS.
I was thinking of buying a second-hand Icom PCR1000, but would be keen to hear any comments on what would be suitable without breaking the bank please.
Also, I have been reading about "egg-beater" type antennae for use with weather satellite reception, and wondered if this would be a good idea for ISS also.
Any advice would be gratefully received.
Many thanks......Mike (Cambridge - UK)
The deployment of five CubeSats from the International Space Station (ISS) is planned for Thursday, September 27 at around 1510 UT and will be broadcast live on the web http://www.ustream.tv/nasahdtv
Four of the CubeSats carry Amateur Radio payloads, they are F-1, FITSAT-1, WE-WISH and TechEdSat. Further information and frequencies at http://www.uk.amsat.org/?p=10119
During the pass of 14 sept. 2012 09.42h Russian voice over The Netherlands.
Heard today at 7.11 UTC, maximum signal was 8 / nice audio during a short moment.
Sunita Williams ( KD5PLB ) was operating the ISS station as OR4ISS...
ON3JMV in JO10rn
Pictures and / or maybe from another viewpoint hdthe tv hits
Does anyone know when the voice repeater will be back on?
The purifier is now using the power outlet that the Kenwood radio normally uses. Is there any light at the end of this very long tunnel that this power issue with the purifier and the Kenwood D700 might be resolved in the near future? I am refurring to the Kenwood D700 being returned to service for general ISS contact by Ham Radio Operators. The purifier must take priority to the radio, and this I do understand.
Chuck Calhoun W7RTY
I have just received some stations during the last pass over my QTH (see my report).
I passed on the air also with the TMD 700 and i received "MY POS" on the screen.
Is that my position came via ISS ? How to be sure i made the contact ?
This is the 1st time i see that.
Thanks for your answer.
Best 73's de Willy