The satellite team at the University of Louisiana will fly a LoRa radio and
a neutron detector on its next sat. We are seeking information on those team
that plan to use these technologies.
Please let us know who your and we can share information.
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Not complaining, just wanted to make sure nothing had changed on my end.
I'm seeing no incrementing of the data for the 3 birds I feed to it, AO-73,
EO-88 and JO-97,
I read in a message earlier that some work was being done, but want to make
sure I hadn't done something flakey here! :-)
There are several other recordings of this pass on the SatNogs website -
however the site is extremely slow right now (it's still downloading audio
for me after over a minute). Hopefully this is just a temporary slow
down, though. We had a contact at about 15:32z, btw. :D
> While roving in EN62 on Sunday, 12/8, working AO-92 at 15:30 UTC, I made
> several contacts, but my recorder failed to record. If anybody reading this
> worked KC9UQR on that pass, please email me so we can complete the contact.
> Or perhaps someone has a good recording of the pass, that they can send
> me. Brad KC9UQR corlissbs at aol.com
While roving in EN62 on Sunday, 12/8, working AO-92 at 15:30 UTC, I made several contacts, but my recorder failed to record. If anybody reading this worked KC9UQR on that pass, please email me so we can complete the contact. Or perhaps someone has a good recording of the pass, that they can send me. Brad KC9UQR corlissbs(a)aol.com
I’ve just finished reading the latest version of “Getting Started with
Amateur Satellites “ and in the list of full duplex mobile radios, I see
the Icom Ic-2720 is listed. Well, I happen to own two Ic-2720h radios and
can’t find anything in the owners manual about using them in full duplex.
Does anyone have the steps to set these to full duplex?
Thank you for your patience, the warehouse is collecting and displaying data correctly.
The satpos is showing 0, 0 because the calculator is the faulty part and which I will fix
over the weekend.
The problem was with the service that calculates the satellite position when the packet is received.
It was failing and the processes that relying on it were stalling :-(
Now fixing up the display functions, so that may look a little odd while I do that.
As always, the Dashboard have caught up.