The frequency information listed in this post is for LilacSat-2, but it was launched with several other amateur satellites from China in September 2015. LilacSat-2 has been rarely activated in the past year or so, but was on this morning in its FM repeater mode. The Chinese satellite that is due to be deployed from the ISS is LilacSat-1. https://upload.qb50.eu/detail/CN02/ It is scheduled to have a 9600bps BPSK downlink on 436.510 MHz. According to BG2BHC via Twitter, this satellite is scheduled to be deployed from the ISS on 23 May at 0815 UTC. Once deployed, there is a 30-minute timer before the satellite's radio and antenna are activated. It appears this will not have any uplinks available for amateur use. As for ISS, it appears that basically nothing is coming from its packet digipeater. A couple of reports this morning of some bursts on 145.825 MHz; otherwise, silence. 73!