[amsat-bb] Re: ARISSat-1 â€“ telemetry top submitters
mail at mike-rupprecht.de
Wed Aug 17 08:12:25 PDT 2011
... let me explain what the graph means.
All these data are based on the STP telemetry files from the AMSAT-FTP server (Kursk / Spacecraft). Every telemetry frame exist only once.
So the graph represents NOT really the amount of submitted frames per sender. If 10 stations listen to ARISSat and every station is forwarding the telemetry to the server - only one packet wins. Maybe the first one (due to the speed of internet connection or whatever).
That means if you live in New Zealand - you have a greater chance to see your submitted packets on the server as we in Europe or you in the US.
I can confirm the second issue - regarding the KURSK files. There are no new telemetry data on my hard disk since August 13.
I know that I have received KURSK data but they did not appear in the telemetry directory.
But you can see on the AMSAT FTP server that the latest KURSK frames are from Aug 16 - so they are transferred to the server...
Von: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] Im Auftrag von n0jy at lavabit.com
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 17. August 2011 15:08
An: Roland Zurmely
Betreff: [amsat-bb] Re: ARISSat-1 â€“ telemetry top submitters
Thanks Mike and Roland, I was curious about the relative value that our
telemetry had to the project (i.e. was there a deluge, not enough, just
A question for all, for a few days now my ARISSatTLM has been reporting
the Kursk as being (I believe, I'm not at home to check right now)
something like Kursk-944.x or perhaps it was Kursk-444.x (some real low
number compared to previous in my log) and it has not reported any new
Kursk frames for the past 3 days or so at least on the ARISSatTLM display.
I see from Mike's page that my Kursk to Telem ratio is lower than many.
Is the Kursk data affected by the battery state, or is my ARISSatTLM
perhaps hung up on that and needs a restart? Anyone else, what are the
latest Kursk frames that you are seeing?
Thanks and 73,
> 73 de Roland PY4ZBZ
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