AO-91 (RadFxSat) Telemetry Leaderboard

AO-91 (RadFxSat) | latest spacecraft health
Frames: 68,978 - last 24 hours: 10,305 - last 90 mins: 631
From ground stations:
PU3XGS ZL1WN OM3BC DK5SDJ SP3MCY HA71970 dk3wn SQ5WAF DB2OS G7WIQ G4MDH M0NUX DL9TE Fox-in-a-box_HI

NumGround stationDUV Frames9k6 FramesTotalLast 7 days
1 WA4SCA 152,3920 152,392 2,257
2 WA7FWF 151,7290 151,729 2,775
3 N7DJX-DN13 124,7730 124,773 1,686
4 K4OZS 122,4100 122,410 1,921
5 KB6LTY 119,2020 119,202 1,677
6 SQ5WAF 117,5090 117,509 1,096
7 G7WIQ 106,7430 106,743 1,611
8 N8MH 87,4980 87,498 1,367
9 OM3BC 79,1120 79,112 2,441
10 SP8CGR 76,8310 76,831 0
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FoxTelem

FoxTelem is the program you use to decode the data transmissions from the AMSAT Fox-1 series of spacecraft. It will decode, store and allow analysis of telemetry and onboard experiments.

Latest Software:
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Help and Tutorials:

FoxTelem comes with a manual which you can find from the Help menu. It covers the basics, but Software Defined Radio, Digital Signal processing and telemetry are non trivial topics. It's relatively easy to decode the first few frames, but you can spend a lifetime perfecting your ground station. These articles are aimed at taking you a step beyond the basics.

Earth Plots Tutorial - What they are and how to plot them
Analyze your QTH with SKY PLOTs to see how well you are receving
Use FoxTelem to analyze the received telemetry with graphs
How to write a Software Defined Radio - SDR and DSP Tutorial