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Re: XI-V launch and request for help (again)



Thank you, Chris.

I'm afraid that the frequency information is that of "XI-IV", not "XI-V".
Sorry for the confusing names...

"XI-V"'s frequency is as follows:

Telemetry 437.345 MHz @ 1200 baud FSK
CW Beacon 436.465 MHz @  CW

73
-- 
Ryu Funase <funase@space.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
Intelligent Space Systems Laboratory,
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics,
Graduate School of Engineering, University of Tokyo


On Tue, 25 Oct 2005 11:34:54 EDT
ChrisGW6KZZ@aol.com wrote:

> For any one wanting additional information on the XI-V CubeSat below is a  
> few important tracking and communications details but University of Tokyo web  
> site has a fantastic web site layout with lots of information and software for  
> this satellite plus virtual tracking for MS IE.
> 
> Good luck to SSETI, XI-V  and all new satellites on this launch, this could 
> be a very exciting few days  for everyone.
> 
> CubeSat XI-V
> 1 288XXU 0503XC   05300.28641000  -.00000001  00000-0  10000-4 0    16
> 2 288XX   98.1900 197.1500 0001920   0.0000  50.5000 14.60850000  00017
> 
> Telemetry 437.490 MHz @ 1200 baud FSK
> CW Beacon 436.8475 MHz @  CW
> 
> Web  pages
> http://www.space.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/cubesat/index-e.html
> 
> Ground  Station
> http://www.space.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/gs/index-e.html
> 
> Virtual  tracking web  page
> http://www.space.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/gs/vgs2/index-e.html
> 
> Signal  Report Web  page
> http://www.space.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/cubesat/upload/xi5report-e.aspx
> 
> 73's
>  
> Chris
> GW6KZZ Ex DA4CI
> Open University (Wales)
> AMSAT-UK 5592
> RSGB
> 
> In a message dated  25/10/2005 14:07:41 GMT Standard Time, 
> funase@space.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp  writes:
> Dear all,
> 
> As you know, the new launch date of our second  cubesat "XI-V" (and also
> SSETI Express) is being set for October 27th  06:52:26[UTC].
> We really appreciate if you could receive the first signal  from XI-V and
> send us a report.
> Please see my previous mail on September  23th for the details.
> 
> To encourage you to receive the signal of XI-V, we  decided to present a
> special T-shirt to the first three people who get the CW  signal from
> XI-V. This T-shirt is designed with a lot of pictures taken by  our first
> CubeSat "XI-IV".
> 
> If you have heard the CW signal from XI-V  and hope to get the T-shirt,
> please report to us the received data through  the report form  below:
> http://www.space.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/cubesat/upload/xi5report-e.aspx
> The  first three (that should be certified as XI-V signal by us) will be
> selected,  taking into consideration where you receive the signal.
> 
> Except the  T-shirts for the first three radio operators, we will send
> verification cards  to all those who have received the signal from XI-V.
> If you have caught the  signal from XI-V and hope to get a verification
> card, please state so in the  “Comment” section of the report form.
> 
> The details of this campaign will  be upped on our webpage
> (http://www.space.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/cubesat) very  soon.
> 
> 
> Again, we are really looking forward to your report!!
> 
> --  
> Ryu Funase <funase@space.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
> Intelligent Space Systems  Laboratory,
> Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics,
> Graduate School of  Engineering, University of Tokyo
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