[amsat-bb] DTUSAT-2

Fer mhz4464 at yahoo.com
Sat Jun 10 11:51:56 UTC 2017

If you look at my screenshot you can see I was receiving on 1485.966+ 916 IF downconverter=2401.97 MHz, consider than doppler shift and downconverter error and you are around the nominal frequency of 2401.843 Mhz. The others screenshot with telemetry analysis where coming from cw beacon signal.
Mission is ended but you can find cw telemetry beacon decoder algorithm here:http://www.ne.jp/asahi/hamradio/je9pel/dtusat_1.htm

Have fun with DTUsat-2Fer IW1DTU  

    On Saturday, June 10, 2017 10:58 AM, Perry Yantis <py41 at att.net> wrote:

 Thanks for the information.I have uplink at 1268.900, downlink at 2401.835, and beacon at 2401.843.I have listened up and down the frequency and have not heard anything.I may have a problem with the down converters but no way to test that.That is why I have listened for it.I see on one of the pictures you sent that you were listening to 2401.858.I will try again today around noon when I have an overhead pass.Also I do not have the decoding program that you have so I was wondering what you are hearing, I am guessing a data signal???
 Perry WB8OTH

py41 at att.net
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    On Saturday, June 10, 2017 6:41 AM, Fer <mhz4464 at yahoo.com> wrote:

 Hi Perry WB8OTH,

just checked Dtusat-2 a minutes ago and seems alive and kicking.
Here a signal screenshot, please consider I have a downconverter 916 MHz IF:

and here some of my old decoding:


Hope this can be of any help.
73 Fer IW1DTU


    On Wednesday, June 7, 2017 12:31 PM, Perry Yantis <py41 at att.net> wrote:

 I was wondering if this satellite is still working?I haven't used my 1269 up or 2401 equipment for years and would like to see if it still works.
 Perry WB8OTH

py41 at att.net
sent from my Apple Macbook Pro
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