APRS Satellite Live Telemetry Links
Captured on 145.825 MHz
Bob Bruninga, WB4APR, Instructor, US Naval Academy (last name at usna dot edu)
Steve Dimse, K4HG - Designer of FINDU.com
SatGate Statistics: KE6BLR sorted all of the ground station data by the number of packets heard during July. We hope to fill in the table to help understand the difreence between omni-no-track stations and full track stations.
Your Next Pass: KE6BLR has also written a pass predictor for the next APRS satellites for your location! This data shows that with the 6 active APRS satellites on orbit, generally half the time, you are no more than 30 minutes from the next pass, 75% of the time you are less than 60 minutes to the next pass and 93% of the time your next pass is within 90 minutes as shown at right.
PSAT2 (USNA) on 145.825 MHz and 435.350 MHz: - 25 Jun 2019. 28 Degree eliptical orbit 860/300 km
BRICSAT2 (USNAP1) on 145.825 and [USNA14 on 437.605]:
Launched 25 June 2019 into 28 degree eliptical orbit, 860/300 km with PSAT2
PSAT (NO-84) (USNA) on 145.825 MHz:
Launched 20 May 2015 into 55 degree circular orbit at 450 km?
PCSAT (NO-44) (USNA) on 145.825 MHz: Also known as W3ADO-1
Launched 30 Sept 2001 into 67 degree circular orbit at 800 mile altitude
ARISS on International Space Station on 145.825 MHz:
Amateur Radio on ISS switched to APRS freuqency during 2007 and operational ever since (mostly)
India's AISAT-1 on 145.825 MHz:
Lanched on April 1st 0357z attached to the upper stage of the PSLV C45 mission
LAPAN-ORARI (IO-86) - APRS digipeater on 145.825 and FM Voice transponder on 435.880/down and 145.880 MHz up.
Launched in Sept 2015, into a 6 degree inclination 650 km orbit that serves equitorial regions every 110 minutes up to latitudes of 30 deg. The digipeater is a powerful 5W output.
Launched in 2006, into a 35.4 degree inclination orbit, with an altitude of about 470 km. Supports APRS digipeating but also hosts a Packet Bulletin Board System at 9600 baud with a 145.840 uplink, and 435.103 downlink. Output power is 1 watt.