Equisat (The CubeSat you can see)

Discussion in 'Satellite and Space Communications' started by W5WTH, Jun 10, 2018.

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  1. W9GYR

    W9GYR Ham Member QRZ Page

    We just received a packet this morning that the satellite exited low power mode and may have started flashing. I'm a little surprised given the low battery voltage.
     
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  2. K3RLD

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    I scheduled a bunch of obersvations on my satnogs station.... Maybe I'll get up tomorrow at 5:20am and see if I can see it....
     
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  3. W9GYR

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    Thanks! The satnogs observations are a data mine. I just wrote up how we're trying to use the received signal strength to determine satellite antenna orientation with respect to the ground stations. https://blogs.brown.edu/umbricht/2018/11/08/triangulation/

    '73 -mikeu
     
  4. K3RLD

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  5. W9GYR

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    Even weak receptions or seeing no packets is useful. It tells us the antenna might have been pointed away from your direction.
     
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  6. W9GYR

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