[amsat-bb] NO-84 sunlight?

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Mon Nov 23 13:33:08 UTC 2015

That's the right page.  It captures every packet via APRS satellites.  At
the bottom of the page you can see the raw telemetry packets from PCSAT,
PSAT, and W3ADO-1.   If PSAT-1 is showing a T#XXX telemetry counter more
than 60, then it is surviving eclipses.  Bob

-----Original Message-----
From: AMSAT-BB [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] On Behalf Of Bob KD7YZ

>>> When will NO-84 have enough sunlight that we can use PKS-31 again?

>> You can check its telemetry on http://pcsat.aprs.org and if you see

> when I try the link u provide, I seem to always end up on

this on either of my computers. Thus I didn't find the PCSAT Telem
reporting page that I could check.

Last night, and for the first time, for me, I decoded my CQ's as well as
some ground station lads conversing directly on 10m .

I was using DopplerPSK.jar and the downlink of mine was quite stable on
the QRG .

AmSat LM#901
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