D Star Amsat net (informal gathering) Thursday evening at 0100 utc.
REF60B check the link
You can also use drats chat room download from the link click on
chat then click on join channel then type in dratsamsat then look at
the near bottom left where it says main ,,click on the dratsamsat
window, type on the line just below.
Thanks WA4HFN Damon em55
D Star net Thursday evening at 0100 utc. REF60B check the link
You can also use drats chat room download from the link click on chat
then click on join channel then type in dratsamsat then look at the near
bottom left where it says main ,,click on the dratsamsat window, type on
the line just below.
Thanks WA4HFN Damon em55
Amazing and remarkable news following the Amsat-UK gathering and
presentation by Dr.Chris Bridges.
Congratulations to Mike DK3WN on his success and report on the revival of
I hope that the Strand-1 team and of course many of those following events
will get a further opportunity to
monitor and reach the objectives of the project.
Mike DK3WN has just reported hearing STRaND-1 and decoding telemetry this evening. The spacecraft has been silent since March 31st so this is really good news.
I am certain that the project leader, Dr Chris Bridges, who presented a paper about STRaND-1 at the AMSAT-UK Colloquium last Sunday, would be really pleased to receive any and all reports from other amateurs around the world.
Mike has an info page about this spacecraft here: http://www.dk3wn.info/sat/afu/sat_strand.shtml
Please send your reports to C.P.Bridges at surrey.ac.uk
Hi all here !
Looks like Yubileiny/RS-30 is no more active... Is there anyone among us
who could confirm ? Last record here was on November 12th 2012, heard
maybe some time in december but nothing now. I'm listening in vain for
more than a week on 435.215 and 435.315 MHz. Last pass, orb. nr 23440 has
a max elevation 68 deg.
Yubileiny-2/RS-40 is OK but active only when in sight of Krasnoyarsk.
Yesterday was on 435.265 MHz (DOKA-B, not CW, two pass recorded).
Best 73 !
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A few weeks ago, I emailed out asking for help on figuring out how to
tweet from our CAPE-2 cubesat while it is in orbit using APRS. I am
pleased to announce, the satellite is now capable of tweeting.
I realize our launch is still a little ways away, but I thought I
would pass the community our twitter account to follow. Expect
occasional tweets from the account as we test different modules out.
Thanks to everyone who helped our team brainstorm how to make this a reality!
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Hi Rolf, NR0T
I have routed your webserver address to AMSAT-BB so that others interested to the 1/2 Wave "cavity" filter design can download it directly from your webserver
----- Original Message -----
From: Rolf Krogstad
To: i8cvs ; co7wt(a)frcuba.co.cu ; pavel(a)conas.cu
Sent: Monday, July 22, 2013 6:39 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] 1/2 Wave "cavity" filter design?
Domenico and Pavel
The 144 MHz Filter article is now located on my webserver at
This tinyurl address translates to my webserver address of
On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 9:41 AM, i8cvs <domenico.i8cvs(a)tin.it> wrote:
> If you send it to me I can post it on my webserver and then you can send
> out the link to it there.
> Rolf NR0T
Please send out the link to co7wt(a)frcuba.co.cu or pavel(a)conas.cu
Hi Pavel ,CO7WT and Rolf,NR0T
Here is my article:
"Filter and Receiver Front End Protection Device for 144 MHz EME "
published with all building details into the AMSAT Journal May/June
If you want it for 70 cm you will find the description, drawings and
application in the following address.