[amsat-bb] FoxTelem Tips
Mvivona at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 9 02:09:23 UTC 2015
Using Funcube+ on the FoxTelem program. Saw spike during Fox-1 transmission, moved the cursor by hand to the carrier spike. The eye and the window next to it sprang to life, but never decoded anything.
If I disable the audio filter and unsquelch the program, key up my HT into a dummy load on 145.98 it sounds like a steady buzz even when I'm talking. Shouldn't I be able to hear myself over the telemetry program?
I thought there was one moment I could hear the girl saying Fox one on the telemetry program, should I be able to hear her audio?
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On Oct 8, 2015, at 9:25 PM, Chris Thompson <g0kla at arrl.net> wrote:
Great question Michael. Don't know. Find Signal is experimental. Try it and report back.
> On Thu, Oct 8, 2015 at 8:09 PM, Mvivona <Mvivona at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I had a 30deg pass just now an using an arrow and Funcube dongle. I could see the spike on the telemetry program. On my handheld with a rubber duck I could hear the girl say Fox-1 every couple of minutes, but the program would not move its tracking line to the carrier. The last one that came across I moved it with the mouse and it then locked in and I just caught the ending audio come over the speaker.
> I haven't deleted the extra dat files, so I didn't have it in find mode.
> Should it be?
> Sent from my iPad
> On Oct 8, 2015, at 6:08 PM, Chris Thompson <g0kla at arrl.net> wrote:
> If you are attempting to decode Fox-1A in IQ mode with Find Signal enabled,
> then it will also search for signals from Fox-1Cliff and Fox-1D. But that
> is a waste of time at the moment :)
> You can fix that by removing the files from the spacecraft directory. You
> only need to move the files that end in .dat. In fact, renaming the ending
> is sufficient. Leave the file for Fox-1A of course.
> Chris E. Thompson
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> g0kla at arrl.net
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