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RSGB AGM Es’hail-2 / QO-100 talk now available

Dave Crump G8GKQ, Phil Crump M0DNY and Noel Matthews G8GTZ receive award from RSGB President Dave Wilson M0OBW – image credit RSGB The RSGB have made available a recording and slides of the presentation given at the AGM on April 27, 2019 about the Es’hail-2 / QO-100 amateur radio transponders. After the formal AGM proceedings…

Es’hail-2 awards at RSGB AGM

AMSAT-DL President Peter Guelzow DB2OS At the RSGB AGM in Birmingham on Saturday, April 27, 2019 two awards were made in recognition of work related to the amateur radio transponders on the geostationary satellite Es’hail-2 / QO-100. The prestigious Louis Varney Cup for Advances in Space Communication was awarded to Peter Gülzow DB2OS for his…

FUNcube Data Warehouse URL Change

Dave G4DPZ reports on a change to the URL used by the AMSAT-UK Data Warehouse for the FUNcube amateur radio satellites. As part of the migration of the data warehouse to the new server, we are now redirecting all dashboard data submissions to: http://data.amsat-uk.org/ (there is no need to change your dashboard settings) Hence, all…

ISS SSTV Success

Rajkot students see ISS SSTV demonstration – credit Divyabhaskar 50 students in Rajkot, India enjoyed a live demonstration of Slow Scan Television (SSTV) from the International Space Station during a visible pass of the ISS. Russian cosmonauts on the ISS transmitted amateur radio SSTV on 145.800 MHz FM from April 11-14. ISS SSTV Demonstration at…

Australian CubeSat to use 76 GHz

The IARU Satellite Coordination Panel has announced the amateur radio frequencies for the Australian 76 GHz CubeSat CUAVA-1 that is expected to launch in July 2019. CUAVA-1 is a 3U CubeSat and the first CubeSat project of the new ARC Training Centre for CubeSats, Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), and their Applications (CUAVA), whose primary aim…

Spain: Authorization for 2.4 GHz operation

Spain’s national amateur radio society URE reports the regulator has agreed to allow amateur use of 2400.050 to 2409.500 MHz to access the E’hail-2 / QO-100 geostationary satellite. A Google translation of the URE announcement reads: Since the State of Qatar sent the geostationary satellite Es’hail-2, the first of its kind to be used by…

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