[amsat-bb] DUCHIFAT1 - first 'Compressed APRS' tests
Herzliya Science Center
4x4hsc at gmail.com
Wed May 20 20:29:55 UTC 2015
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73 from shamai ( i am 4z1ws - one of the teachers at 4x4hsc)
2015-05-20 19:24 GMT+03:00 Steve Kristoff <skristof at etczone.com>:
> I downloaded and unzipped the ground station software, but I can't get it
> to work, as my computer doesn't recognize the .GGG extension on the files.
> However, I can report that I did receive the Morse beacon "hi de Duchifat"
> at around 1616 UTC. QTH here is EM79ji.
> Steve Kristoff AI9IN
> PO Box 44
> Oldenburg IN USA
> skristof @etczone.com
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Herzliya Science Center" <
> 4x4hsc at gmail.com>
> To: <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2015 4:22 PM
> Subject: [amsat-bb] DUCHIFAT1 - first 'Compressed APRS' tests
> Hi all,
>> DUCHIFAT1, the Israeli high school students 1U Cubesat is ready for first
>> public tests.
>> People with the ability to send Compressed APRS location packets are
>> invited to join the tests.
>> The satellite will collect these packets worldwide along its flight at
>> 620km high orbit, and will downlink them from time to time over our ground
>> station in Herzliya/Israel.
>> Participants are kindly requested to register in advance in order to get
>> their packet identified on the map.
>> The packets successfully received will be displayed on a map in our
>> Internet site and QSL cards will be sent via Bureau to the stations
>> registered and recognized. (unfortunately, there is no way we can
>> packets from unregistered stations because the packet is limited to 14
>> character at the satellite, so we assign two unique characters to every
>> registered station to enable us to identify them).
>> Registration can be done at www.h-space-lab.org
>> Also available in that site are operational information about the
>> satellite, and the following documents:
>> *Configuring TT4 Explanation.doc* - how to use the Byonics TinyTrak4 for
>> generating Compressed APRS packets
>> There is also Ground station software available for download, written by
>> our students around ISIS space Demodulator software.
>> We hope many people will find it interesting and enjoyable,
>> good luck!
>> from the Herzliya Science Center students and teachers
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> Steve Kristoff
> skristof at etczone.com
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