[amsat-bb] Re: ARISSat clock and TLM records
scott.xot at gmail.com
Thu Aug 18 05:12:38 PDT 2011
Last night I captured my first telemetry frames by holding a digital
recorder in front of the speaker on my TH-F6A, then playing the audio back
through my soundcard an hour or so later. I was pleasantly surprised to get
a few good frames and impressed with how smoothly the software worked.
Unfortunately, the timestamps in the CSV file are the playback times, not
the capture times. I realized this after auto-submitting the telemetry.
Would this "bad data" have been filtered somehow upon submission? When I use
this method, should I manually edit the timestamps and submit the CSV via
email while turning off autosubmit?
Tnx and 73, Scott N1AIA
On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 11:26 PM, Douglas Quagliana <dquagliana at aol.com>wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> Don't worry. All of the telemetry data sent to telemetry.arissattlm.orgis 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
> (at) arissattlm.org
> Douglas KA2UPW/5
> 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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