[amsat-bb] Re: PharmaSat-1 telemetry analysis

Mike Rupprecht mail at mike-rupprecht.de
Wed May 20 01:57:53 PDT 2009

Hi Mineo,

the solar voltages are pretty high - so I assume there is a small change
between the GeneSat-1 and PharmaSat-1 telemetry. I asked the guys from the
PharmaSat team but got no answer till yet.
Will keep you up-to-date...

73, Mike

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Auftrag von Mineo Wakita
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 20. Mai 2009 10:48
An: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Betreff: [amsat-bb] PharmaSat-1 telemetry analysis

I heard and saved PharmaSat-1 telemetry at
05:56-06:07UTC (14:56-15:07JST), 20May2009, Mel 72deg, S3,
PharmaSat-1, 437.465MHz, 1200bps AFSK.

I analyzed these telemetry by 'PharmaSat-1 Telemetry Decoder'

PharmaSat-1 Telemetry Decoder   (c) Mike Rupprecht, DK3WN

PharmaSat.org D27F36BF00E5011FA701BB0200006100AD02088F3CE372DA55

BusTime           :  96d 22:53:52

Solar1 Temp       :  0 C
Payload Temp      :  0 C
Solar2 Temp       :  0 C
Main Comm Temp    :  0 C
Solar1 Current    :  46933.69 mA
Solar2 Current    :  56164.73 mA
Solar3 Current    :  8207.093 mA
Solar4 Current    :  402.9506 mA
Main Comm Current :  7.3483 mA
Payload Current   :  335.5019 mA
Main Comm Voltage :  0 V
Gamma Rad Sensor  :  0 uRad
Health            :  97 

Sample Time       :  175360 s  (02d 00:42:40)
Exp Average Temp  :  99.2316 mC
Optical Density   :  29411 ODU
Flourescence      :  21978 RFU


JE9PEL, Mineo Wakita

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