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How Amateur Radio Fans Decoded SpaceX's Telemetry & Engineering Video

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KF7WIS, Mar 19, 2021.

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  1. K8PG

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    Very Good, Nice .
    Tnx.

    Paul K8PG
     
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  2. W6RZ

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    They are the number one rocket launch company in the United States.

    2017 - 18 of 30 total US launches

    2018 - 21 of 34

    2019 - 13 of 27

    2020 - 25 of 44

    2021 - 8 of 11 so far
     
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  3. JF1IRQ

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    I'm interested.
    want to know more.

    73 JF1IRQ
     
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  4. W0PV

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    In part to support the closely related venture Starlink. A higher-tech :rolleyes: era revival of classic "old school empire-building" using strategic vertical integration. A bold business practice many would have thought was totally extinct.

    Reminiscent of the early days of FOMOCO or Powel Crosley building "super-power" WLW to serve & stimulate sales of massive numbers of Crosley consumer radio receiver products.

    SpaceX now owns about a third of all active satellites in the sky.
     
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  8. W4NNF

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    Here ya go, OM... :D

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  9. KN6NWZ

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    This is so great. I think the space communication part of ham radio is one of the most interesting to share with my kids.
     
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  10. WA4KFZ

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    It looks like they're using standard SGLS (Space-Ground Link System) downlink frequencies and CCSDS (Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems) formatted data streams.
     

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