[amsat-bb] SiriusSat-1/SiriusSat-2 Information2018年08月09日 18時34分



From: Stewart Morgan
To: amsat-bb
Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2018 23:34:34 +0000
http://amsat.org/pipermail/amsat-bb/2018-August/069224.html

The Sputnix site has some information for radio amateurs concerning the
SiriusSat-1/SiriusSat-2 satellites scheduled for release from the ISS on
15 August 2018.  The following is my translation of part of the following
Russian language URLs (Copyright (C) 2013-2018, SPUTNIX):

http://sputnix.ru/en/satellites-en/siriussat-1-en
http://sputnix.ru/en/satellites-en/siriussat-2-en

Information for Radio Amateurs

We invite all radio amateurs to take part in reception of our signals.
We have prepared a decoder program which will allow you to decode prac_
tically all types of data which will be transmitted from the satellites,
in the first place the beacons, and also a connection to the central
telemetry database db.satnogs.org and the transmission of received
packets to us and all radio amateurs (this option can be turned off).

The satellites will work on these frequencies with the following
call signs:

SiriusSat-1 Call sign RS13S Frequency 435.570 MHz
SiriusSat-2 Call sign RS14S Frequency 435.670 MHz

GMSK 4800 modulation will be used, AX.25 G3RUH standard protocol.

SPUTNIX Telemetry Viewer can be used with standard amateur radio software
typically used for satellite reception, for example, with the combination
of Orbitron/SDRSharp and with UZ7HO's SoundModem.

Telemetry Viewer is connected with the help of AGWPE or KISS TCP inter_
faces.  User settings are accessible in the file resources/config.xml.

Download SPUTNIX Telemetry Viewer (Russian, 10.2 MB):
http://sputnix.ru/tpl/docs/SX-TLM-Viewer-0.0.0-win32-ru.zip

Download SPUTNIX Telemetry Viewer (English, 10.2 MB):
http://sputnix.ru/tpl/docs/SX-TLM-Viewer-0.0.0-win32-en.zip

Download I/Q test recording (27.1 MB):
http://sputnix.ru/tpl/docs/SiriusSat_RS15S_TestSignal_20180807_173353Z_435750kHz_IQ.wav

Download audio test recording (2.5 MB):
http://sputnix.ru/tpl/docs/SiriusSat_RS15S_TestSignal_20180807_173227Z_AF.wav

Todd, AL0I




[amsat-uk] Five Russian satellites to be deployed during ISS spacewalk
http://amsat-uk.org/2018/08/08/five-russian-iss-satellites/

Five Russian satellites are expected be deployed from the International
Space Station on Wednesday, August 15 during a spacewalk (EVA-45) by
Sergei Prokopiev and Oleg Artemiev.

SiriusSat-1 (SXC1-181) RS13S beacon 435.570 MHz
SiriusSat-2 (SXC1-182) RS14S beacon 435.670 MHz
Tanusha-SWSU-3 (RS-8), 437.050MHz 9k6 FSK, FM voice
Tanusha-SWSU-4 (RS-9), 437.050MHz 9k6 FSK, FM voice
TNS-0 No.3 (Technologicesky Nanosputnik)