[amsat-bb] Re: Request for a file of amateur satellite frequencies

David Johnson dave at thejohnsonsonline.net
Wed Oct 24 10:54:01 PDT 2012


That's what I was proposing at the colloquium too.

It's easy to set up but someone would have to maintain it :-)


On 24 Oct 2012 18:27, "Graham Shirville" <g.shirville at btinternet.com> wrote:

> Hi All,
> This may seem odd but I cannot seem to locate any website that has a
> simple list of ACTIVE satellites with data showing:
> Name
> ID number
> Up/Down Frequencies
> Modes or modulation info
> maybe output power and?? other info
> It would be a really useful checksheet  to have by you when operating
> portable and, I am told that, if it were created in an xml format, it could
> be searchable by machines as well as humans!
> If there is not such a list in existence perhaps the experts meeting at
> Orlando this weekend could create something for us?
> many thanks
> Graham
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