[amsat-bb] Re: ARISSat clock and TLM records
dquagliana at aol.com
Wed Aug 17 20:26:39 PDT 2011
Don't worry. All of the telemetry data sent to telemetry.arissattlm.org
is timestamped with the UTC date and time when the receiving station
received the telemetry. All received telemetry is saved to a .CSV file
(one CSV file per day) with one line per telemetry frame. Each
telemetry frame/line in the .CSV file is also timestamped with the UTC
date and time when the receiving station received the telemetry.
If you received any telemetry, please email your .CSV files to telemetry
Richard Ferryman wrote:
> Now that the ARISSat clock seems to be resetting on a regular basis I am wondering how this will affect the TLM and Kursk data which I am capturing and uploading. It seems to me that the only way of collating the data is by the time of upload to telemetry.arissattlm.org
> Dick G4BBH
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