[amsat-bb] Is ISS Digipeater not always on for use?
n8hm at arrl.net
Thu Jul 23 11:29:47 UTC 2015
That's old info. Many years ago the ISS used separate uplink and downlink
frequencies for packet, but now it's just 145.825 MHz simplex.
On Thursday, July 23, 2015, Bob KD7YZ <kd7yz at denstarfarm.us> wrote:
> On 22-Jul-15 1009, JoAnne K9JKM wrote:
> > Two different radios are used on the ISS. The SSTV pictures on 145.800
> > sent using the Kenwood rig in the Russian segment. The packet digipeater
> > 145.825 is an Ericcson HT at lower power and different antenna than the
> > Kenwood rig.
> tnx JoAnne, Ron, Paul, et al
> here's what I have (or had), from my SatPc32
> ISS,145800,145200,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,Voice Region 1
> ISS,145800,144490,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,Voice Region 2/3
> ISS,145800,437800,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,Cross band repeater
> the first line I actually got from this web page:
> dunno how I actually followed various links to arrive at that though.
> Thus I am unable account for the timeliness or validity in today's terms.
> So, anyone, please provide a more appropriate set of lines for my
> iteration of SatPc32, svp
> Bob KD7YZ
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