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  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 13 weeks ago

    Not sure how long the posts last. Some are deleted by sysops and other are deleted by their owners. Depends on how critical free space is on the radio. Occassionally they all get deleted by a reset of the radio due to space radiation effects.

  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 13 weeks ago

    Kenneth,

    How long will the message being store and forwad by the BBS ? [b:53cbd34a55] 1 week ? ....?[/b:53cbd34a55]

    Would anyone try to sending messages to me ?

    TonyW
    YB0EX

  • Packet off   10 years 13 weeks ago

    I'm afraid you couldn't afford the toll charge :lol:

    I have a request in to check on the status of the radio but it may take a while.

  • Packet off   10 years 13 weeks ago

    Thanks Ken, you wouldn't happen the have their phone number would you.

  • Packet off   10 years 13 weeks ago

    At this point, I can only guess.
    Either the radio got hung and needs to be power cycled (happens from time to time in the space environment) or Krikalev used the radio to talk to some friends and forgot to switch it back to packet afterwards.

  • ariss.net   10 years 14 weeks ago

    This is not an ARISS controlled page. It is run by findu.com. You can write Steve (his email is at the bottom of the ARISS.net page) directly but I suspect that he is using Lo-Res APRS maps. You might have to take that up with the APRS map developers.

    If you notice, several other large land areas are omitted (N. Zealand, Sri Lanka, Cuba, Madagascar, Antarctica...).

    If you show up on the list, clicking on your callsign will bring up a more detailed map.

  • ariss.net   10 years 14 weeks ago

    kenneth,

    When I visit www.ariss.net, I see that Indonesia is not drawn at all on
    that page.
    Can you help me to inform this matter to the Webmaster?

    Thanks.

    TonyW.
    YB0EX

  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago

    Would anyone try to send messages to me ?

    TonyW.
    YB0EX

  • ariss.net   10 years 14 weeks ago
    Several CGI options for generating various forms of information and maps are available here: [url]http://www.findu.com/cgi.html[/url] I was able to generate this map using some nearby info. [url]http://mm.aprs.net/map.cgi?zoom=0&lat=-6.119722376&lon=106.84947611&map=APRSworld&geo=&black=0&range=2.04073344&last=1&maplist=master.txt&width=640&height=480&click.x=287&click.y=247[/url]
  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago
    Here are the BBS commands explained: [quote:4b8c9211d4]If a station connects to the ISS mailbox, the following will be received: Welcome to RS0ISS's message board System Ver 1.50 112864 Bytes free CMD(F/K/M/R/W/B/H/?)> Commands W(rite) = Type W (callsign)<cr> to begin message entering. Subject: = Header (max 30 characters) are entered after the prompt: "Subject". Ending the header with a carriage return <cr>. Message: = Message are entered after the prompt: "Message". Ending each line with <cr>. You terminate with either a <cr>/EX<cr> or <cr><ctrl-Z><cr> to the indicate end of your message. B(ye) = Type B<cr> to DISCONNECT. F(ile) = Type F<cr> to show the latest 20 messages. L(ist) = Type L<cr> to show the all messages. M(ine) = Type M<cr> to show latest 20 messages (to or from you). Subsequent F or M command will show next 20 active messages. R(ead) = Type R n<cr> to show the number n message. A(bort) = Type A<cr> to Abort. J = Type J<cr> to show connect stations. K(ill) = Type K n<cr> to delete the number n message (only to or from you). H(elp) or ? = Type H<cr> or ?<cr> to display this. When a B is sent to disconnect, the following is received. Thank you CU AGN 73 [/quote:4b8c9211d4]
  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago

    Why not always I could see the BBS command ?
    Is this cause by the signal couldn't reach my place ?

    73de,

    TonyW
    YB0EX

  • PMS AND STATIONS CONECTED 19 04 2005   10 years 14 weeks ago

    I DON'T KNOW HOW BUT I TRY.

    MAURICIO BERALDO PU4MAB
    BRAZIL

  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago

    Kenneth,

    To read messages that addressed to me, I just type :
    M [b:f0c6618c73]hit enter[/b:f0c6618c73] -> to show my messages
    R 1 [b:f0c6618c73]hit enter[/b:f0c6618c73] -> to read my first message

    ???

    73 de,

    TonyW.
    YB0EX

  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago

    ===>>

  • PMS AND STATIONS CONECTED 19 04 2005   10 years 14 weeks ago

    Mauricio,

    Could you try to send me some replying for my messages in ISS's BBS ?

    Thanks.

    Best73,

    TonyW.
    YB0EX

    Trisakti University (Jakarta, Indonesia)

  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago
    [color=red:04c5001c49][b:04c5001c49]Please reply my messages on the BBS and please tell me via this forum.[/color:04c5001c49][/b:04c5001c49] 73de, TonyW. YB0EX Trisakti University (Jakarta, Indonesia)
  • list if school contacts to come   10 years 14 weeks ago
  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago

    Just now I practice ISS in the max elevation is 45 degrees.
    But not succeed.....Too many people talking in that frequency.

    It seems that ISS has received my signal, but it didn't succeed bring me to the command mode.

    [b:cabf3611f0]Need anyone report if my first message has been store by ISS's BBS.[/b:cabf3611f0]

    Thanks.

    73de,

    TonyW.-YB0EX

  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago

    uh...........
    What a day........

    Finally I succeed to sending messages to BBS when the maximum elevation is 3 degrees maximum.

    [b:4ed385febe]Need anyone replying for my message.[/b:4ed385febe]

    I wrote :
    subject : Hello world
    Message : Greetings all from Indonesia -Trisakti University.

    [b:4ed385febe]Please anyone reply for my messages.[/b:4ed385febe]

    The next 1 hours, I will practice this again (sending message) when the max elevation is 45 degrees.

    73de,
    TonyW-YB0EX

  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago

    So it means that I just type :

    C RS0ISS-11 [b:54e39899cf]hit enter[/b:54e39899cf]
    Subject : Hello world [b:54e39899cf]hit enter[/b:54e39899cf]
    Message : xxxxxxxxxxxxx [b:54e39899cf]hit enter[/b:54e39899cf]
    /ex [b:54e39899cf]hit enter[/b:54e39899cf]
    b [b:54e39899cf]hit enter[/b:54e39899cf]

    Sorry I have a miss understanding before. I thought that I should also type "<cr>"

    About 4 hours from now, ISS will pass 40 degrees from my locator. I want to try it again.

    73de,
    TonyW-YB0EX

  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago

    Tony,
    The message will not be saved until you send the final /EX so at this point, no message is on the BBS.

    The <cr> stands for carriage return and is used to indicate where to hit the ENTER key

    You should be able to connect to the BBS using power levels from 5 watts to 1200 watts.

  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago

    what the <cr> actually function ?
    should I type "c rs0iss-11 <cr>" to connect the bbs ?
    But this afternoon I succeed connect RS0ISS-11 without type the"[b:8e0b2215a2]<cr>[/b:8e0b2215a2]"

    tony-yb0ex

  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago
    Just now, I succeed to connect the BBS. I succeed to send the message's subject, but don't succeed to send the message and out from the system. Will ISS [i:f6973d5534][b:f6973d5534]store and forward[/i:f6973d5534][/b:f6973d5534] my message ? [color=red:f6973d5534][b:f6973d5534]Need someone to monitor the BBS..., if my message is store by ISS[/color:f6973d5534][/b:f6973d5534] 73de, YB0EX
  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago

    Finally

  • Many question connect to ISS   10 years 14 weeks ago

    I've fix my antennas and it seems that the VSWR = 1.2 and the max power is 60 watt.
    [b:748dc3ffc4]Is it OK if I work my transceiver in 60 watts ?[/b:748dc3ffc4]

    Will ISS receive my signal ?

    Best73,

    TonyW.
    YB0EX

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