ARISSat-1 . . A Fun HAM Satellite!
David Pruett KF7ETX has released this video of the amateur radio satellite ARISSat-1. There are only a few days left to hear it before it re-enters the Earth’s atmosphere.
The YouTube description reads:
Tune your radios / scanners to 145.950 and listen into the signal from ARISSat-1. ARISSat-1/KEDR Deployed on August 3, 2011 from the International Space Station (ISS). The mission of ARISSat-1/KEDR was specifically designed as an education-based satellite built by amateur radio operators to specifically interest students in scientific and technological careers.
Watch ARISSat-1 . . . A Fun HAM Satellite!
ISS & ARISSat-1 Predictions:
You can find the details of the ARISSat-1/KEDR radio frequencies, links to telemetry decoding software and mission details on-line at:
ARISSat-1/KEDR can be accessed on these frequencies:
+ 145.950 MHz FM Downlink
+ 435 MHz – 145 MHz Linear Transponder
+ 145.919 MHz CW Beacon
+ 145.920 MHz SSB BPSK-1000 Telemetry
The latest telemetry can be seen LIVE on your computer or cell phone
David Carr, KD5QGR has added ARISSat-1/KEDR to the list of satellites at the popular “Live OSCAR Satellite Status Page” at:
http://oscar.dcarr.org/ You are invited to submit your reports on this page.
Last chance to hear ARISSat-1