[amsat-bb] Re: Fun-cube PA
jimlist at milnet.uk.net
Fri Nov 22 09:00:47 PST 2013
Thanks for your kind comment regarding the project. We have had a great
time since launch, examining how the spacecraft is operating.
We have noticed this anomaly wrt the fwd/reverse power on the PA. At the
moment we have several theories, but not a total explanation.
We have noticed that this anomaly seems to happen a min or so after the
spacecraft enters eclipse, and the fwd/ref power readings return to normal
before the spacecraft leaves eclipse. We have not yet noticed this effect
occur during daylight.
We are continuing to investigate why this anomaly might be happening.
Jim G3WGM (from ground control at Bletchley Park)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] On
> Behalf Of Håkan Harrysson
> Sent: 22 November 2013 09:06
> To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Fun-cube PA
> First a big congratulations to the team around Fun-Cube satellite!!.
> This is hamradio in space at its best, with a project from scratch up
> to where people are able to receive the satellite data around the
> earth with modest equipment.
> Very Well done!
> A question about power output where we for example can see 403 mW
> forward and 259 mW reverse?
> It could be interesting with an explanation on what it means for real
> in this situation?
> 73 Hakan SM7WSJ
> PS: last night i had an S meter reading S-7 over noise with my 15dBd
> antenna just before LOS. ( LOUD HI!!)
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