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Talk with *** NA1SS Space Station *** (TIPS!).



Hello All,


NA1SS (Bill McArthur) is often voice active on hamradio!!!
The most intresting times is at the ISS crews eating, and -
presleep times!
The best chance is at the weekend, crew is off work (less duties!!!).
At these times NA1SS operate often in voice on hamradio.

On this link you can see ISS crew's work and sleep times:
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/timelines/
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NA1SS VOICE FREQUENCY! (region 1).
Region 1 = Europe * Middle East * Africa * North-Asia
RXdownlink: 145.800Mhz (FM).
TXuplink:      145.200Mhz (FM).
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NA1SS VOICE FREQUENCY! (region 2 & 3).
North and South America * Caribbean * Greenland
South Asia * Australia * New Zealand * Oceania
RXdownlink: 145.800Mhz (FM).
TXuplink:      144.490Mhz (FM).
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ISS WORLD WIDE APRS/packet (1200 baud) frequency:
RXdownlink: 145.800Mhz (FM).
TXuplink:      145.990Mhz (FM).
ISS APRS digipeater callsign: RS0ISS-3
ISS packet callsign: RS0ISS-11 (for bbs).
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Here you can see voice reports from stations all over the world.
http://www.issfanclub.com/modules.php?name=Amateur_Radio&mode=voice

On these links you can see the ISS position:
http://science.nasa.gov/Realtime/JTrack/Amateur.html
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/tracking/index.html
http://space.cweb.nl/space3d_iss_globe_xp107.html

Be sure your computer time is accurate!!!

If you want to see pass predictions for the future you need trackings
software:
http://www.satscape.co.uk/
http://www.stoff.pl/

Share this info with your friends (or club, websites) enjoy ISS hamradio!
Lots of people worked ISS with a simple vertical, better is to
use a yagi!


73's Cor PD0RKC
----------->ISS & SUITSAT info: http://pd0rkc.ontwikkel.nl
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