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January 11th, 2016

13 january school contact in Italy !

ARISS contact planned for school in Civitate, Italy

Wednesday January 13 at approximately 11:35 UTC, an ARISS contact is planned for Scuola Secondaria di Primo Grado "Benedetto Croce", Civate, Italy. ARISS telebridge station VK5ZAI, located in southern Australia, will operate the contact.

IW2BSF – Mon, 2016 – 01 – 11 05:06

January 8th

Sandringham School, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, UK

Here is what I recorded at home Staines Middlesex UK (IO91SK)

https://dl.dropbox.com/s/afps0cb5ec4aov1/ISS-Tim-8-1-16-m0jfp-home.m4a?dl=0

Not the best of copies today but great effort all round.

Here are the recordings from AMSAT channel on echolink

https://dl.dropbox.com/s/7go7hp9yrsv7lqz/tim-iss-8-1-16.wav?dl=0

2e1avx – Fri, 2016 – 01 – 08 06:04

January 7th

6-Jan ISS contact with Frederick W. Harnett Middle School, Blackstone, Massachusetts, USA *Tim Peake*

Here is my recording from Echolink of the school contact

Pre contact speech
https://dl.dropbox.com/s/b06wz0z4zkhxz70/warm-up-5-1-16.wav?dl=0

Link set up
https://dl.dropbox.com/s/b06wz0z4zkhxz70/warm-up-5-1-16.wav?dl=0

Principal speech and details of radio / ISS contact
https://dl.dropbox.com/s/bne7omvy8glqf7r/link%20and%20principal%20speech...

ISS contact recording <<<<<====This is the main contact with Tim Peake
https://dl.dropbox.com/s/kun4vkwvlbwyj1a/Frederick%20W.%20Harnett%20Midd...

End of contact thanks

2e1avx – Thu, 2016 – 01 – 07 09:02

January 2nd

HamTv no active on ARISS contact on 9 january !

ISS and ARISS 2016 EVENTS !

Confirmed in 8 january 2016 at 08:47 GMT the ISS contact of Tim Peake call GB1ISS with the students of the Sandringham School, St. Albans in Hertfordshire (UK).
In this contact the school used the call: GB1SAN.
Tim operated on the Columbus Module (the European module)….. the signals is not strong that the Russian module !

The contact in “live” mode by the ARISS Principia Webstream , here:

https://principia.ariss.org/live

IW2BSF – Sat, 2016 – 01 – 02 09:01

8 january ARISS contact voice !

ISS and ARISS 2016 EVENTS !

Confirmed in 8 january 2016 at 08:47 GMT the ISS contact of Tim Peake call GB1ISS with the students of the Sandringham School, St. Albans in Hertfordshire (UK).
In this contact the school used the call: GB1SAN.
Tim operated on the Columbus Module (the European module)….. the signals is not strong that the Russian module !

The contact in “live” mode by the ARISS Principia Webstream , here:
https://principia.ariss.org/live

IW2BSF – Sat, 2016 – 01 – 02 09:00

December 31st, 2015

Data from Port side and South was better received than from overhead or closer

Two passes of London one at 12.45.30 at 135 miles from surface receiver and the other at 14.21 and at 535 miles from surface receiver found the window for data receipt on the first was from 12.45.40 to 12.46.37 say one minute. The second was from 14.19 to 14.23. This demonstrated that the closeness to the receiving station does not always have longer communications window period. It also confirmed that receipt from the South and from the Port (Left) side of the ISS was better than from overhead.

73s for 2016
M0TCE London UK

Chris Eaglen – Thu, 2015 – 12 – 31 10:53

Two passess afternoon 31st December 2015 further away and longer data reception at 145.825Mz FM

Two passes of London one at 12.45.30 at 135 miles from surface receiver and the other at 14.21 and at 535 miles from surface receiver found the window for data receipt on the first was from 12.45.40 to 12.46.37 say one minute. The second was from 14.19 to 14.23. This demonstrated that the closeness to the receiving station does not always have longer communications window period. It also confirmed that receipt from the South and from the Port (Left) side of the ISS was better than from overhead.

73s for 2016
M0TCE London UK

Chris Eaglen – Thu, 2015 – 12 – 31 10:52

Two passess afternoon 31st December 2015 further away and longer data reception at 145.825Mz FM

Two passes of London one at 12.45.30 at 135 miles from surface receiver and the other at 14.21 and at 535 miles from surface receiver found the window for data receipt on the first was from 12.45.40 to 12.46.37 say one minute. The second was from 14.19 to 14.23. This demonstrated that the closeness to the receiving station does not always have longer communications window period. It also confirmed that receipt from the South and from the Port (Left) side of the ISS was better than from overhead.

73s for 2016
M0TCE London UK

Chris Eaglen – Thu, 2015 – 12 – 31 10:52

31st Dec 2015 Sporadic E from ISS 11.03.50 before pass by London

On the 31st December 2015 listening from 11.03.30 am before ISS was due to pass London at 11.09.03 am Sporadic E data received at 11.03.50, 11.04.14 and 11.04.40 and then at 11.07.46. Data from ISS receieved from 11.08.44 to 11.11.00 am. Noise bursts from 11.11.30 to 11.15.10am. Noise was heard on approach to London on 11.06.12 to 11.07.40. Also from 11.07.50 to 11.08.25 am with gap to 11.08.44 when data stream by normal VHF received. The pass by London on a clear sky day did not permit the ISS to be seen in the sky.

Chris Eaglen – Thu, 2015 – 12 – 31 07:54

31st Dec 2015 Sporadic E from ISS 11.03.50 before pass by London

On the 31st December 2015 listening from 11.03.30 am before ISS was due to pass London at 11.09.03 am Sporadic E data received at 11.03.50, 11.04.14 and 11.04.40 and then at 11.07.46. Data from ISS receieved from 11.08.44 to 11.11.00 am. Noise bursts from 11.11.30 to 11.15.10am. Noise was heard on approach to London on 11.06.12 to 11.07.40. Also from 11.07.50 to 11.08.25 am with gap to 11.08.44 when data stream by normal VHF received. The pass by London on a clear sky day did not permit the ISS to be seen in the sky.

Chris Eaglen – Thu, 2015 – 12 – 31 07:54
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