The RARSfest satellite demos were a success, despite some difficulties. In all we made 17 contacts across one SO-50 pass and one FO-29 pass. You can see a few pictures of the demos here: I had trouble getting into SO-50, and Tucker, W4FS, had trouble hearing FO-29. After reviewing a video I made of the […]Read more "Raleigh Hamfest Satellite Demos Success!"
Bill, AD4DN, drove us through the sand in his antenna decked out Ford Excursion SUV to the south end of Carolina Beach in North Carolina, to grid FM13, which just barely covers land. We activated it for satellite grid chasers like N7SFI.Read more "Satellite roving in 2000 on UO-14"
(This was originally posted for patrons only on the Space Comms Patreon page over a week ago. There are seven patron only posts on my Patreon page in total. If you want to know what I’m working on, see my videos before anyone else, or read about my video editing or ham radio process, sign up as […]Read more "A French Translator and a Patreon Patron"
I should be finished with a new ISS digipeater video by tomorrow! It features the UISS APRS program too, which shows full detail of all decoded packets and plots station locations on a map. I Had to try many attempts at organizing the multiple video sources and text narration before finally getting a good layout/flow. […]Read more "New ISS Digipeater Video by Tomorrow"
I’m back on the editing horse! And it feels so good, slow computer be damned! I worked on my UHF ISS Digipeater video that I started over a month ago. It was about a quarter done and now It’s about halfway done. There’s a section at the end where I show how I programmed my […]Read more "I’m back on the editing horse!"
I’m 33 as of an hour ago! For my birthday I would love it if you could follow Space Comms on all the things, but especially on YouTube where I want to reach 1,000 subscribers, a goal which is well over halfway complete. As of this writing, I’m at 666 subs (seriously). How high can […]Read more "It’s my birthday! Please subscribe!"
The Moscow Aviation Institute ISS SSTV event, otherwise known as MAI-75, which took place Monday and will also run on Tuesday August 16th is scheduled to stop at 16:45 UTC. That leaves only one opportunity for US and Canadian hams to receive the SSTV, during a single pass starting around 16:30 UTC, or 12:30 EDT. […]Read more "The only US East Coast ISS SSTV Pass for Tuesday is at 16:30 UTC / 12:30 EDT"