[amsat-bb] Re: Request for a file of amateur satellite frequencies
m5aka at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Oct 24 14:37:35 PDT 2012
I thought there was a request in the 2012 IARU Satellite Forum held at Guildford for a volunteer to create such a database ? I don't know if any volunteers have come forward yet.
I am not aware of anything online that gives concise information on one page as to which satellites have been launched, the frequencies they use and which are still operational.
As Peter has mentioned the AMSAT-DL website provides a really excellent reference. It does though require you following the links to find Downlink frequencies. Uplinks aren't always given on the linked pages and arguably Uplinks such as control channels "use" frequencies just as much as Downlinks. Of course determining operational status could be problematic.
73 Trevor M5AKA
--- On Wed, 24/10/12, Graham Shirville <g.shirville at btinternet.com> wrote:
> From: Graham Shirville <g.shirville at btinternet.com>
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Request for a file of amateur satellite frequencies
> To: "AMSAT BB" <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
> Date: Wednesday, 24 October, 2012, 15:46
> Hi All,
> This may seem odd but I cannot seem to locate any website
> that has a simple list of ACTIVE satellites with data
> ID number
> Up/Down Frequencies
> Modes or modulation info
> maybe output power and?? other info
> It would be a really useful checksheet to have by you
> when operating portable and, I am told that, if it were
> created in an xml format, it could be searchable by machines
> as well as humans!
> If there is not such a list in existence perhaps the experts
> meeting at Orlando this weekend could create something for
> many thanks
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