[aprssig] APRS Satellite Status

Stan Olson k9swx at k9swx.com
Sun Oct 21 19:29:09 CDT 2007


Just had a visible 63 degree passover of the ISS a few minutes ago here 
in IL. I monitored 145.825 and also 145.800 on my D7A but heard zilch. 
According to the ariss.net page, the ISS hasn't been heard in over 6 
days. Any thoughts on this? Is the digipeater shutoff for shuttle ops in 
the next few days? Also, which frequency should I be monitoring for the 
ISS here in the US? I always thought it was 145.800 (per Bob's website), 
but the AMSAT page also shows an APRS digipeater on 145.825. Thanks!


Bob Bruninga wrote:
> FOlks, If you travel anywhere in the remote world, take your APRS with you.  You won't be outta touch... 
>> Status of APRS satellites:
>> http://pcsat.aprs.org   ANDE - yes.
>> http://www.ariss.net  ISS - yes
>> GO-32 - yes.  Downlink now  has APRS bulletins
>> ECHO - not at this time.
>> PCSAT-1 - did not recover this time.
>> Next full sun period is first week 
>> of November when she should recover.
> but only GO-32 now is dependable and it takes 9600 baud, so only the D7 and D700's are viable...
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