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Fw: cubesats 3rd edition -correction to CAN X1 freq





>
>   CUTE-I (JQ1YCY) CW beacon on 436.8375MHz. FM Packet: 437.470 MHz
> http://lss.mes.titech.ac.jp/ssp/cubesat/index_e.html
>
>
>   XI-IV (JQ1YCW) CW on 436.8745MHz 100mw. 1200bps FSK AX25 Packet: 437.490
> MHz
>   800mw http://www.space.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/cubesat/
>
>   QUAKESAT 436.675 MHz, FSK +/- 3 KHz dev, 9600 baud AX25 packet each 10
> secs
> http://www.quakefinder.com/quakesat.htm
>
>   CAN X1 437.88 MHz The beacon is a digital signal consisting of two
tones,
>   one at 1.2 kHz and another at 1.8 kHz. SSP format.  Please send your
> reports to VA3KKZ

>   to dkekez@utias-sfl.net  Web info @ http://www.utias-sfl.net/
>
>   DTUSAT is on 437.475 MHz (2400 b/s) .
>
>   DTUSAT sends burst of data every second min. Every 5th burst should be
> CW -
>   but with a 1200 Hz tone so that it can be heard on a FM receiver. It
will
>   send OZ2DTU DTUSAT at 13 words/min.
>
>   Later it will configured to function as a flying signal generator
dropping
>   the level for each burst. This way we can use it to test our receive
> system.
>
>   The DTUSAT group said that they would use:  observation@dtusat.dtu.dk
and
> check      http://dtusat.dtu.dk/
>
>   AAUSAT  Frequency: 437.450MHz Modulation: GMSK at 9600Baud
>
>   AAUSAT
>   1 09898U 0 000    03181.59388889  .00000046  00000-0  22452-4 0 0007
>   2 09898 098.6905 188.4925 0015042 322.3194 117.8311 14.18134563000015
>
>   You should be listening for at short signal-burst every 2 minutes.
>   Alternatively a morse signal repeating every 20s (if something is
wrong).
>
>   Any information is appreciated. If anybody hears the signal, please
answer
>   to lalm00@control.auc.dk with as much information as possible.
>   Some more information about the signal is available from our homepage:
>   www.control.auc.dk and general info at http://www.cubesat.auc.dk
>


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