[amsat-bb] D-Star ONE PHOENIX
waisean at gmail.com
Fri Feb 2 15:57:47 UTC 2018
Well that certainly makes it a little easier. Are the doppler issues any
different than the normal ones we face on a 70cm satellite?
The TLE on that Chinese sat suggests it'll get passes over the US, so
that's good news if it's actually another FM bird. Having a handful of new
satellites up there all at once will hopefully spread out the crowds so
that we don't have people blasting them with 50W trying to beat out the
On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 10:43 AM Paul Stoetzer <n8hm at arrl.net> wrote:
> It's a half-duplex parrot repeater, so there's no need to hear
> yourself. The trick is Doppler compensation.
> I find it somewhat odd that they've managed to receive signals, but
> everyone else in Europe is reporting silence. We shall see.
> Potential Keps from Space Track are:
> 1 43184U 18014E 18033.08269475 -.00000058 00000-0 00000+0 0 9993
> 2 43184 97.7305 303.2289 0012801 243.8166 116.1553 14.95704337 119
> In other satellite news, one or maybe two Chinese amateur satellites
> was launched earlier this morning. FMN-1 carries an FM transponder
> with an uplink of 145.945 MHz and a downlink of 435.350 MHz. Telemetry
> downlink is 9k6 BPSK on 435.350 MHz. It's possible that one of the
> other CubeSats on the mission, Shaonian XIng, is one of the Juvenile
> series satellites coordinated here:
> However, without any communication from the satellite owners to the
> amateur community, all we can do is speculate and listen to see what's
> One object has been cataloged by Space Track for that launch so far:
> 1 43192U 18015A 18033.45158700 -.00000069 00000-0 00000+0 0 9994
> 2 43192 97.3413 165.3763 0014311 275.0882 167.9240 15.22360621 19
> Paul, N8HM
> On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 10:37 AM, Sean Waite <waisean at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Looks like the group behind the burned up D-Star ONE project somehow
> > managed to get a second satellite built and launched in a little over a
> > month. They're getting data from it, and are awaiting the TLE. Pretty
> > how fast they got that up there.
> > http://www.d-star.one/
> > I don't have a second D-Star radio, but maybe it'll be workable without
> > being able to hear myself.
> > 73,
> > Sean WA1TE
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