ESA's New CUBESAT satellite looking for HAM LISTENERS

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by W1YW, Dec 20, 2019.

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  1. W1YW

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  2. VK5KKS

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    Unless I'm totally stupid there is no mention of what frequencies to monitor. Poor article.
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  3. VE3KRP

    VE3KRP Ham Member QRZ Page

    Space segment transceiver

    GomSpace NanoCOM AX100


    UHF – 437.2 MHz



    Occupied bandwidth

    25 kHz

    Baud rate


    Modulation Index

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  4. KP4DER

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    there it is !, happy ?, we all make errors in live,no one scapes from it ... inteligent post thanks ...
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  5. K8JHR

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    There is no reason to get snarky ... it was a reasonable question. K8JHR
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  6. W7UUU

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    Indeed.... :rolleyes:

    It always looks kinda silly when criticizsing the intelligence of others that one doesn't do some simple spell checking first

    "Those who live in glass houses" etc. etc.

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  7. AC1GX

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    Anyone find it odd these solar cells are D shaped instead of rectangular?
  8. AC1GX

    AC1GX Ham Member QRZ Page

    Upon further review, it appears the solar cells are monocrystalline
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  9. W1YW

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  10. KD4MOJ

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    I also thought it was alittle odd that an article about monitoring a satellite didn't include the frequency.

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