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April 24th, 2016
after a very long time..... ISS ham-radio active !!!
QSO whis ISS. QSO R4CR ( Roman Pupin) & RS0ISS.
23 apr 2016
Radio communications with the ISS. The video filmed QSO with the ISS. Callsign ISS RS0ISS.
In orbit with the ISS amateur radio operators communicated cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko.
QSO whis International Space Station.
that is a great noice !!! best 73 de Rudy - IW2BSF
next 29 april ARISS contact to prime grade school in ITALY - Campolongo Maggiore in Venice.
at 10:41 local time , contact udible on Europe !
best 73 de Rudy - IW2BSF
I think that it could be very usefull to know, how build Yagi Antenna. So I found some pages which calculate how to build it:
But who know which one is the best, more exact?
Manged to get this on my handy talkie today
Hear the Russians on the radio on the 11:44 pass in the UK today.
here is what I captured on my FC pro-plus
ARISS contact planned for Wellesley House School, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom
An International Space Station radio contact has been planned for Timothy Peake KG5BVI with participants at Wellesley House School, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom
The event is scheduled Saturday April 23 at approximately 12:10 UTC. The amateur radio contact will be a direct contact operated by GB1WHS.
The contact should be audible over Western Europe. Interested parties are invited to listen in on 145.800 MHz narrowband FM.
The contact is expected to be conducted in English.
I have just heard a nice strong pass from the ISS and I believed that I had got APRS packets up to the station using my FT1XD and an arrow antenna.
Only problem is that nothing shows up on either aprs.fi or ariss.net.
I'm wondering if this is because when it can see me, it cannot see any land.
My position was (approx) 21deg 59'S, 176deg 34'W.
An International Space Station radio contact has been planned for Timothy Peake GB1SS with participants at St Richard’s Catholic College, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex using the call sign GB4SRC. The event is scheduled for Monday, April 18 at approximately 14:56 GMT (3:56 pm BST).
The contact should be audible on 145.800 MHz FM over Western Europe and will be streamed on the web at https://principia.ariss.org/Live/
Looks like they ran the first session on Thursday (April 14) in PD180 starting about 15:00 UTC and ending at 18:00 UTC. The second session is scheduled to start about 14:00 UTC and end about 19:00 UTC on Friday (April 15). Looks like we will have to wait and see if they stick with PD180 or change to PD290.