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Para quem gosta de PSK

This started out as a project to automatically gather reception records of PSK activity and then make those records available in near realtime to interested parties — typically the amateur who initiated the communication. The way that it works is that many amateurs will run a client that will monitor received traffic for callsigns (the pattern 'de callsign callsign') and, when seen, will report this fact. This is of interest to the amateur who transmitted adn they will be able to see where their signal was received. The pattern chosen is typically part of a standard CQ call. The duplicate check is to make sure that the callsign is not corrupted.

http://pskreporter.info/

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Free Ham Radio Satellite Tracking App

Tom Doyle W9KE has released a free satellite tracking App 'Satellite
Explorer Pro' for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Watch 'Satellite Explorer Pro' for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
http://www.youtube.com/embed/pRM16bIucQ8?rel=0

The App can be downloaded from the iTunes store at
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/satellite-explorer-pro/id669039200

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Manuals for Chinese Ham Radio rigs

The Baofeng UV-5R is a popular low-price HT, but the manual is
somewhat lacking. A new site provides a detailed manual for this and
other rigs

The (Chinese) Radio Documentation Project aims to provide high quality
and in-depth user manuals for Chinese handheld two-way radios.

Free and open source documentation for everyone.
See http://radiodoc.github.io/

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Mobile para quem gosta!!!!
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Frequencias da ISS

Amateur Radio Frequencies (Note: Only one mode active at a time)

FM VOICE for ITU Region 1: Europe-Middle East-Africa-North Asia
•Downlink 145.800
 •Uplink 145.200


FM VOICE for ITU Region 2&3: North and South
America-Caribbean-Greenland-Australia-South Asia
 •Downlink 145.800
 •Uplink 144.490


FM U/v VOICE Repeater (Worldwide)
•Downlink 145.800
 •Uplink 437.800


FM V/u with PL VOICE Repeater (Worldwide)
•Downlink 437.800
 •Uplink 145.990 with 67.0 PL


FM L/v VOICE Repeater (Worldwide)
•Downlink 145.800
 •Uplink 1269.650


AX.25 1200 Bd AFSK Packet Radio (Worldwide)
•Downlink 145.825
 •Uplink 145.825


FM SSTV downlink (Worldwide)
•Downlink 145.800


UHF Simplex (rarely used)
•Downlink 437.550
 •Uplink 437.550


Other Frequencies

 121.125 FM RS EVA from Orlan suit [Credit N5VHO]

121.75 FMDownlink from Soyuz-TM (voice). RS EVA from Orlan suit. Soyuz
VHF-2. Progress Telemetry. [Credit N5VHO]

130.167 AMVHF-2 Downlink from Zarya (Service Module). RS EVA to Orlan
suits [Credit N5VHO]

143.625 FMVHF-1 downlink. Main Russian communications channel. Often
active over Moskow. You can hear air to ground conversations in
Russian. Sometimes English when US crews talk to their NASA
representative in Star City. [Credit IZ6BYY]

166.000 AMSoyuz-TM and Progress M-1 telemetry This Frequency has not
been confirmed yet. Please contribute and post your report as comment

632.000 634.000 AMZarya telemetry This Frequency has not been
confirmed yet. Please contribute and post your report as comment

628.000 630.000 AMZvezda telemetry This Frequency has not been
confirmed yet. Please contribute and post your report as comment

922.76 CWSoyuz-TM and Progress M1 beacon This Frequency has not been
confirmed yet. Please contribute and post your report as comment

2265.0 DigitalTelementry Downlink This Frequency has not been
confirmed yet. Please contribute and post your report as comment

15003.4 DigitalData downlink This Frequency has not been confirmed
yet. Please contribute and post your report as comment


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