- 2 days ago
#NOAA19 #HRPT from the 15:55 UTC pass with a max elv of 37°.
Handtarcked this time out of my garden using my linear feed.
Signal was great as long as it cleared the Obstructions (sccreenshot is trough trees)
I will Build a new Helix for comparision in the next week or so. https://t.co/ZCO3e1FkOt2 days ago
For the last 2 days I've been controlling the @MarsRovers Oppy connections. Rest assured project is trying their hardest to get #OppyPhoneHome. We get 4 windows after commanding to listen for a beep, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter downlink does make it difficult on occasion. https://t.co/CF8HICiVob3 days ago
Some improvements coming soon to XRIT decoder. Mesoscale false color images have been fixed to work when component image sizes do not match. Memory foot print improved. New LUT for false color. And 2 MSPS support for RSPduo. Today's FD and mesoscale centered on Austin Texas. https://t.co/99AGHWVCWU
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Tag Archives: Military
The Boeing E-6 mercury is an airborne command post and communications relay platform. You can read more about it on Wikipedia. The E-6B missions often involve flying into Travis AFB, here in California. Occasionally the E-6B will be active somewhere … Continue reading
After a few months of pulling together some key surplus X-Band equipment, USA-Satcom is happy to report successful first signals from both WGS-1 and DSCS-3 satellites. Here are a couple of screenshots of X-Band waveforms from WGS-1 and DSCS-3. Additional … Continue reading
Installed this nice RAMI AT-197A/GR Military Discone today. It’s a great broad band omni-directional antenna optimized for 225-400 MHz. Along with the antenna I am using a custom Angle Linear LNA with a NF of 0.7 and a gain of … Continue reading
CONUS 261.575: Jolly 91 Flight calling Holly Ops. [audio:https://usa-satcom.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/conus_07-14-12_261.57501.mp3]
CONUS 258.650: Trojan 16 calling Trojan 30 for radio check.
This is an X-Band Downconverter project using some surplus RSI Vertex equipment currently on the used market. The downconverter will be used to receive signals from 7250-7750 MHz and down convert them to L-Band 950-1450 MHz. More information is availableÂ here.
CONUS 258.650: 92 calling for radio check.
CONUS 266.750: Romeo Sierra requesting Cheeksaw.
CONUS 260.475: Fortress calling for radio check on CONR 1 with additional information “Adviso 01”. CONUS 260.475: Panther calling any station for radio check on CONR 1.
An example of a broken transmitter used by the Military for EAM (Emergency Action Messages). You can see the replicated USB signal that should be occupying roughly 3.4KHz of bandwidth.