The FO-29 was active in South America (22:10 UTC - 27-01-2010), also with strong signals, along the lines of telemetry.
HI HI 20 C2 88 D5 00 84 00 00 09 60 01 01 50 7F F9 8E F1 6E 98 9A 98 95 94
HI HI 20 C2 88 D5 00 84 00 00 09 60 01 01 60 7F 90 8E F0 8E 98 9A 98 95 94
HI HI 20 C2 88 D5 00 84 00 00 09 60 01 01 80 70 7F 92 8F F1 8D 90 98 95 94
HI HI 20 C2 88 D5 00 84 00 00 09 60 01 01 74 60 92 90 F1 8B 99 99 98 95 94
HI HI 20 C2 88 D5 00 84 00 00 09 60 01 01 74 60 93 90 F1 7D 99 9A 98 95 94
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The AMSAT SATS page says that GENESAT-1 is operational
It is not listed on D Carr's web page as being reported by
We listended for it with a class of students today and heard
nothing at around 11:15 EST.
Google finds nothing but reports of OPERATIONAL, but then none
of them are newer than January 08.
If anyone else can confirm that it is non operational, then I'll
inform the AMSAT web site guru to remove its operational status.
The radio has been bought. Thanks to all who responded.
73's << John
N4QWF Amateur Radio Operator
Formerly KC4AHW VK3FEZ
Amsat Member #27845
VUCC SAT #135
WAS SAT #296
51 on AO-51 #13
LON -79.256 LAT 37.459 Grid FM07il
>From the Foothills of the Blueridge
*Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of
arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to
skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly
proclaiming - "WOW, What a ride!"
I worked graveyard shift, so had it on auopilot.
But all I am getting is a screen of static..
Antenna is tracking fine. 145.800 FM
Any ideas what I may be doing wrong ?
Is it transmitting over the east coast of the US?
Randy - N2CUA
OH ok .. I will try again tomorrow not that I have the keps fixed.
Thanks all ..
Randy - N2CUA
From: David Barber [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Wednesday, January 27, 2010 3:42 PM
Subject: RE: [amsat-bb] Re: ISS SSTV
The published schedule is 09.00 - 14.00UTC so they are unlikely to be on
outside these times.
From: amsat-bb-bounces(a)amsat.org [mailto:[email protected]] On
Behalf Of Randy
Sent: 27 January 2010 20:25
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: ISS SSTV
OK .. I Stayed awake ( worked graveyard shift last nite ) listened and use
HRD to track and Was using bad sat defs .. I changed the file used and
updated that one And it matches my other tracking software.
I showed ISS Due north of FN23 at 2011 UTC And will be Due south at 2148 UTC
I heard nothing on the 2011 UTC Pass .
Could they have stopped transmitting as it is getting darker outside here
Randy - N2CUA
Thanks Drew, I kind of thought that. I also answered some of my other
questions once I got off my back end and investigated the SQF files.
There are files for Radio 1 and two so it depends which one I want which
and edit the files accordingly. The only thing now is when I get errors
(usually for doing strange things), the errors are displayed in German.
Other than the fact I assumed I did something stupid, I can't make out
the error. It appears to be a memory management error I think. No big deal.
Andrew Glasbrenner wrote:
> w4upd wrote:
>> However, like the FT-857 now, switches back and forth between vfos
>> while during the doppler corrections. D
> This is normal when using one radio, as the program is set up to
> adjust both the uplink and downlink for Doppler. I think there is a
> menu change for just tuning the receive if that is what you are after.
You know Tim. You are one of those people that get under some of our
skins. If you read "all" of my email, you note I stated that the FT-817
worked fine under HRD. So I do take offense at your comments. Both
radios work fine under HRD. I'm started to play with SatPC32 and since
its radio setups are not quite as intuit as others, I have found that
the SQF files are why I am having some of the problems. The German error
message is obviously a problem with SatPC32ISS and looks to be some sort
of memory problem but can't read German. I have to use Task Manager to
I feel your pain as I have been unemployed for 27 months. A simple
comment of "it sounds like an SQF file problem" would have suffice.
Tim - N3TL wrote:
> Hey Reid,
> I mean no offense, but either there's some kind of operator error going on
> in your shack, or the CAT plug in your FT-817 may be dead. I'm using SatPC
> 32 - unregistered - with two ft-817s. I had also used it with at FT-857D,
> but the CAT plug on it dies right after Field Day.
> Do you have Ham Radio Deluxe installed - or any other program that uses the
> CAT plug to send data to the FT-817? If so, is your connection there still
> working? If not, it's the radio. I'm told there is a tiny fuse of some sort
> inside the Yaesu radios just behind the CAT plug that can blow. That appears
> to be what happened to my 857. I haven't had it repaired yet because I've
> been unemployed for 13 months.
> Other things to check:
> Do you have the CAT parameters set the same for both radios? To programs
> like SatPC and HRD, they are identical. I know because I've interchanged
> radio IDs with no problem.
> One other thing you can try - IF you have the newest version of SatPC. If
> you know your CAT plug on the 817 is good, and if you know that the CAT
> settings are the same for both radios, go into SatPC and create a new
> profile, which this latest version allows you to do. You can have up to 4.
> Erich, the author of SatPC 32, suggested I try that to eliminate some
> switching issues I was having here, and it worked perfectly.
> I hope something in here proves helpful.
> Tim - N3TL
> -----Original Message-----
> From: amsat-bb-bounces(a)amsat.org [mailto:[email protected]sat.org] On
> Behalf Of w4upd
> Sent: Wednesday, January 27, 2010 12:15 PM
> To: amsat-bb
> Subject: [amsat-bb] SatPC32
> Having a few issues using SatPC32 and especially Yaesu gear,
> specifically FT-817 and FT-857. The copy I aa using is not a registered
> version yet nor have I modified any of the SQF files.
> When using on the FT-817, I cannot get any response to the radio. It
> doesn't appear to follow the doppler corrections being issued by the
> program. When using the FT-857, the unit appears to semi-work, but it
> seems to switch between 2 vfos. When using my Icom IC-910, it works fine
> if I let it go into satellite mode.
> If this is just a file editing problem let me know. In general, I'll be
> using the IC-910 most often but have considered using the 817/857 for
> portable operation if I can get it to work correctly. I also noticed
> that the FT-857 has issues with HRD as well, but that's a subject for
> another time.
> Any guesses as to why FT-817 not working or does there need to be some
> initial file modifications?
> Reid, W4UPD