[amsat-bb] Re: CIS Yubileiny TLM (probably) heard on ~435.315 signingRS30

OZ1MY oz1my at privat.dk
Sat May 24 09:37:40 PDT 2008

Hi Ralph,
Had a pass here at 1604 UTC in Copenhagen.
Used Object C to track Yubi.

Frequency seems to be like you said- but perhaps
1 kHz lower.

Just after AOS the signal went up to S-56.
It is very strong. At TCA like S-59++

Lots of "funny" modulation forms. Started in CW, then some FM form,
and something that sounded like SSTV.

During the pass it was in reach of the control station, I think they
tested different things.

It is obviously tumbling still. Went from best with RHCP to best with

At 4,000 km it was like S-55. Lost it at a distance of 4,600 km :-)

Hope they have included a transponder in Yubi.

73 OZ1MY
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ralph Wallio, W0RPK" <W0RPK at netINS.net>
To: "AMSAT-BB" <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2008 1:13 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] CIS Yubileiny TLM (probably) heard on ~435.315

RS-style CW telemetry heard on ~435.315 using callsign RS30.  AOS-TCA-LOS
matched previously posted

TNX es 73 de Ralph Wallio, WØRPK
W0RPK at netINS.net  W0RPK at arrl.net  W0RPK at amsat.org
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