The BATC and AMSAT-UK 10 GHz Narrowband WebSDR and Wideband Spectrum Viewer for the amateur radio transponders on the Es’hail-2 / QO-100 geostationary satellite are now available online.
The Es’hail-2 / QO-100 Teleport Inauguration Day is Thursday, February 14.
Qatar OSCAR-100 is the first geostationary amateur radio transponder, a joint project between the Qatar Satellite Company (Es’hailSat), the Qatar Amateur Radio Society (QARS), and AMSAT Deutschland (AMSAT-DL) which provided the technical lead.
OSCAR-100 is hosted on Es’hail-2, a Broadcast Transponder Satellite owned by the Es’hailSat Qatar Satellite Company, the satellite is now in geostationary orbit at 25.9° E.
More information on the OSCAR-100 project can be found at AMSAT-DL Phase 4-A
In co-operation with AMSAT-UK, the British Amateur Television Club will be operating a WebSDR for the narrowband segment, and a Spectrum Viewer for the wideband (DATV) segment.
Goonhilly Earth Station is supporting the project, providing hosting for the Ground Station facility at their world-famous site in Cornwall, UK.
Es’hail-2 WebSDR https://eshail.batc.org.uk/
Es’hail-2 / QO-100 Teleport Inauguration Day is Thursday, February 14
Es’hail-2 Narrowband amateur radio transponder operating guidelines
Es’hail-2 Wideband amateur radio transponder operating guidelines
Es’hail-2 amateur radio information
Read the full article at https://amsat-uk.org/2019/02/10/qatar-oscar-100-web-receiver-now-live/. STRAY SIGNALS does not claim ownership of the article. The original author is responsible for the content of this post