AMSAT-UK upload JOTA greetings message to satellite | Southgate Amateur Radio News


Page last updated on: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 .AMSAT-UK uploads JOTA greetings message to satellite.  AMSAT-UK has uploaded a special Jamboree On The Air JOTA Greetings Fitter Message to the amateur satellite AO-73 FUNcube-1. Scouts and others can receive the message by downloading the Dashboard App software and listening to the beacon on 145.935 MHz +/- Doppler SSB.What is a Fitter Message ?‘Fitter’ is derived from ‘Twitter’. So it’s like a tweet, but via FUNcube.It is a short 200 characters maximum text-like message which can be uploaded to the satellite by authorised ground stations, and transmitted several times every five minutes or so. It will continue to be retransmitted until such time as it is replaced by a new Fitter Message.Links for tracking, downloads and other information can be found in the FUNcube-1 / AO-73 panel on the right-hand side of the AMSAT-UK homepage at http://amsat-uk.org/Dashboard App – Telemetry Decoder http://funcube.org.uk/working-documents/funcube-telemetry-dashboard/Data Warehouse – Telemetry Archive http://warehouse.funcube.org.uk/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/amsatukTwitter https://twitter.com/AMSAT_UK Share this page Follow usShare on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on printMore Sharing Services3Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on rss  Advertisement

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Here’s a special treat for those contacting Boy Scouts and Girl Guides during this week’s 2014 Jamboree On the Air (JOTA).  AMSAT has sent a type of “twitter” message to the FUNcube-1 satellite addressed to scouts and girl guides around the world.  This would be an excellent message to share with the scouts and girl guides visiting your station.

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