[amsat-bb] Re: Cal Poly's CP6 Satellite Launching May 5th
Rizwan 'Drake' Merchant
kommandantdrake at gmail.com
Sun May 3 12:20:47 PDT 2009
Best of luck to CP6, I'll be in your irc channel watching for updates, as
they come out!
On Sat, May 2, 2009 at 8:54 PM, Jason Anderson <jander06 at calpoly.edu> wrote:
> Hi Fellow Amateurs,
> Cal Poly's next satellite, CP6, is scheduled to launch on May 5th between
> 20:00 and 23:00 EDT. We would be more than happy if everyone who is
> interested could listen for CP6 as it comes over your locales. We will be
> providing a CPX Data Decoder program which will show you all of your
> data as well as forward those packets to us at Cal Poly. I will be sending
> out another email in a few days regarding how to download the program.
> Also to note, we will be in the IRC chatroom at 'irc.freenode.org' in the
> 'cubesat' room before, during, and after the launch. Thanks!
> CP6 Satellite Link Information
> Frequency: 437.365MHz
> Modulation: FSK (but uses LSB cheat to make AFSK)
> Radio Mode: LSB (neccesary for LSB cheat)
> Baud Rate: 1200 baud
> Beacon rate: 1 beacon every 2 minutes
> - Jason Anderson, KI6GIV
> PolySat, Software Team Lead
> California Polytechnic State University
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