lunes, 5 de enero de 2015

Primera recepción del globo lanzado en Australia desde Argentina




Our long range PICO balloon has been in the air since 27 December 2014 from Melbourne Australia.
> Currently it is heading towards South America
> 
> http://picospace.net/tracker
> http://picospace.net/?p=519
> 
> 
> If you are along the balloon path and have access to HF receivers, we would love to have your assistance with tracking.
> Info on tracking can be found here http://picospace.net/?cat=34
> 
> you will need to download a modified version of WSJTX to allow uploading of packets to the tracking server
> http://picospace.net/wp-content/uploads/files/wsjtx-1.5.0-devel-win32.exe
> 
> The balloon transmits on 20m and 30m on alternate time slots  with the following dial frequencies:
> 30m : 10.141000Mhz
> 20m: 14.074000Mhz
> 
> TX Schedule (minute in the hour/TX band)
> 
> 0 30m // Mandatory JT9 and WSPR, two per hour
> 6 30m // Optional JT9/JT65 – if batt full
> 10 20m // Optional JT9/JT65 and WSPR – unless batt low
> 16 20m // Optional JT9/JT65 – if batt full
> 20 30m // Optional JT9/JT65 and WSPR – unless batt low
> 26 30m // Optional JT9/JT65 – if batt full
> 30 20m // Mandatory JT9/JT65 and WSPR, two per hour
> 36 20m // Optional JT9/JT65 – if batt full
> 40 30m // optional JT9/JT65 and WSPR – unless batt low
> 46 30m // Optional JT9/JT65 – if batt full
> 50 20m // Optional JT9/JT65 and WSPR – unless batt low
> 56 20m // Optional JT9/JT65 and WSPR – if batt full

HC8LUT & LU5FF - JT65a - 50 Mhz