[amsat-bb] Re: CSV data file question
luhn at wt.net
Mon Aug 29 08:50:56 PDT 2011
Mark & David,
Yes indeed, the csv files are there! I am sure somewhere there was
mention of this but in my haste to get going I did like most and did not
read the instructions.
I have been a ham for 50 years and have never had so much fun as I am
having with satellites. I am a newbie and at times a slow learner. I
just hate the fact that I have just recently discovered the satellite
side of amateur radio. My assumption was that a large antenna array was
needed. Once again I did not read the fine print as I have been active
on VHF and UHF from day one. Perhaps it is good to get into the program
as many of the satellites bite the dust. You sure cannot drag your feet
as the satellite may lose a battery or be a shooting star at any time.
On 8/29/2011 9:20 AM, Mark L. Hammond wrote:
> Hi James,
> The CSV files are created automatically. You should have an
> "ARISSatTLM" folder on the desktop of your computer, created during
> the installation. Look in there, under the "Telemetry" folder.
> That was easy, wasn't it? :) Gotta love those kind of fixes.
> Glad you are having fun and success with telemetry collection. It's
> been fun for me, too.
> Mark N8MH
> On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 9:54 AM, James Luhn <luhn at wt.net
> <mailto:luhn at wt.net>> wrote:
> I am running ARISSatTLM software to receive the data from the
> ARISSat-1 satellite. I have seen several mentioning sending .csv
> files with data. Is the ARISSatTLM capable of generating a .csv
> data file? Perhaps a cut and paste of the data is done. I have
> used print screen to capture what I have recorded. Is there a
> much better way to record the data? I feel like I have missed
> something somewhere. At first I did not have much success
> receiving the data. I think I was trying too hard. One day I was
> getting disgusted with it all and just did nothing, no tuning, no
> nothing. I received 9 frames of data perfectly. Once again the
> philosophy of "if it don't stink, don't stir" applies. This
> satellite has added many hours of fun to my amateur radio hobby.
> -James, W5AOO
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