I uploaded the RF recordings from last night's pass of the XW-2 satellites around 0040-0100 UTC to my Dropbox space. They are at:
Look for the filenames starting with HDSDR_20150925. There are two files, as HDSDR split the recording when the initial file reached the size limit I set (3800 MB). I ran this for about 20 minutes, since these satellites are now spreading out, and XW-2A was audible several minutes before the others, and XW-2E was audible a minute or two before XW-2F.
Even if you don't use an SDR receiver, you can still download HDSDR at http://www.hdsdr.de and install it on your computer, then download the RF recordings like those I have been posting. You can use HDSDR to play back the recordings, and see/hear what was going on during the pass. Using last night's pass as an example, you'll be able to see/hear the digital and CW telemetry from XW-2A early in the first recording. Later, as the other satellites move in range of my station, you'll hear the telemetry from those satellites. XW-2E is heard a minute or two before XW-2F is in range, and with these two satellites you'll hear the two telemetry beacons as well as the transponders. If you worked either of the transponders last night, you can see/hear if my station copied your QSO(s).
I have RF recordings from other passes I have recently worked, along with photos and other files, in my Dropbox space. I reorganized many of the files into separate subfolders. All of this is accessible at:
Patrick WD9EWK/VA7EWK http://www.wd9ewk.net/ Twitter: @WD9EWK