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Here is a list of all the frames collected by radio-ham community and sent to us: you can use these audio files and images to see what to expect when receiving [email protected] from space… Keep on helping us!

Link to CONTEST WINNERS

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[email protected] radio amateur contest

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To celebrate the launch of our second CubeSat, [email protected], we invite the amateur radio community in a contest to listen out for our satellite.

The launch is scheduled on 22nd April 2016, from Centre Spatial Guyanais spaceport in Kourou on-board Soyuz ST-A VS14. The deployment of the satellite will be completed almost 10100 seconds after lift-off!

The competition is divided into two parts, independent of each other:

  • Be the first to send in your recorded signal and TLM packet from [email protected]
  • Be the one to provide us the major number of recorded signals and TLM packets in the first month from deployment of [email protected] in space

Prizes are:

  • [email protected] poster with signatures of the team members
  • certificate to attest your achievement
  • celebration T-shirt

Once deployed into orbit, [email protected] will begin transmitting signals to Earth approximately 30 minutes after activation. Signals can be picked up by anyone with common amateur radio equipment. You can send the recorded signals (audio and/or waterfall) and TLM packets via email ([email protected]) or upload it using the service DropItToMe (the password is radioham).

TLE (updated on 18/02/2019 from CELESTRAK):
[email protected]
1 41459U 16025D   19049.21958876  .00001427  00000-0  76983-4 0  9997
2 41459  98.1104 129.6825 0169842  43.5254 317.9231 15.05097186154428

[email protected] downlink features:

Here you can find a guide created by K4KDR & PE0SAT with some additional info to decode the TLM packet. Japanese version is created by JA0CAW.

What your reporting email should contain:

  • Your name
  • Callsign
  • Location
  • Time for receiving signal
  • Audio
  • Waterfall (if available)
  • Signal decoded
  • Few lines about your equipment

For more information about the [email protected] mission please see the dedicated page.