November 16, 2018

Es'hail mind storm. !! A CubeSat Converter !!!


Subject [amsat-bb] Es'hail  mind storm. !!

Es?hail-2 geostationary satellite carrying AmateurRadio transponders expected to launch November 15 - 2018/11/05/
Most of the operators have no gears to covering the new frequencies.
So is it possible to put a down-converter and up-converter in one of the cubesat ??
Also the foot print will extend tremendously as the cubesat cover new distance far from all Es?hail fixed footprint ?!
Anyone?s can use V/U gears tracking the cubesat ,which really the signal from Es?hail sat!!
Again it?s a mind storm idea.
I Hope others will share with more ideas and info !!

73?s
Nader Omer
St2nh
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Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Es?hail  mind storm. !!

Hi,
Interesting idea.
Problems to overcome:
Size of dish / patch required to be flown as part of satellite
Attitude control and pointing in real time
Power management
Band width limitations
Doppler correction
Frequency stabilty

Any more folks?

Dave, G4DPZ
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Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Es?hail mind storm. !!

Hi Dave, Nader,

A CubeSat Converter is certainly an interesting thought.? In addition to
the challenges (that's the hip cop-out from saying "problem" these days)
that you noted, I'm thinking that the ConverterSat would also:

Have to be in the footprint of Es'hail
So as a converter even only in the footprint for stations in the
footprint but w/o the S and X equipment, it would only offer a 10-20
minute window to Es'hail the usual 3-6 times per day
In trying to extend the footprint, it would need to be of a pretty high
altitude itself in order to extend the footprint by much
Being on the edge of the Es'hail footprint in order to extend it,
requires more power/gain/pointing to connect with Es'hail

But I guess these are more "usefulness" challenges than the RF
challenges of acting as the converter you have listed.
It gave me thoughts about GOLF-TEE trying to bridge the gap, but would
have design implications as you noted that at least wouldn't be possible
in our current timeline.

Jerry Buxton, N?JY
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Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Es?hail mind storm. !!

I would make more sense to me, in my humble unbiased opinion,
to have someone in the footprint of Es'hail to put together
a ground station that that is also an EchoLink node. That
way, anyone in the world could potentially access Es'hail
via EchoLink.? It would be an interesting exercise, anyway.

73,
Mac Cody / AE5PH
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Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Es?hail mind storm. !!
Hey Mac,

I like that very much! Let's do a SatNogs reverse. One or more station
within the footprint that folks around the world can use to connect to
Eshail.

Stefan
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Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Es?hail mind storm. !!

What would it cost to put together a ground station?
Perhaps a little crowd sourcing (cash/hardware) could
get one built and dedicated to the task.

Mac / AE5PH
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JY1SAT

[AMSAT-BB] JY1Sat Provisional Keps

Thanks to David Bowman, G0MRF was have a provisional set of
Keplerian Elements for JY1Sat to be launched on Monday 19th,

JY1SAT
1 05555U 18001A   18323.01450000  .00000000  00000-0  18000-5 0  9991
2 05555  98.2000  30.5000 0000000 225.0000 130.3444 14.97380000    10

These are based on our best guess based on the orbital parameters
we have gleaned from various sources.
Please note that SatPC32 and GPredict may give erroneous results
because the Epoch is in the future.

Nova & MacDopplerPro are both fine.

Dave Johnson, G4DPZ
on behalf of the FUNcube Team

Fox-1Cliff

  



Fox-1Cliff Currently Scheduled for November 19 Launch

AMSAT is counting down to the launch of the next Fox-1 satellite, Fox-1Cliff.
Per Spaceflight Now, the launch of Spaceflight’s SSO-A SmallSat Express mission, on a SpaceX Falcon 9 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, is currently scheduled for November 19, 2018 at 18:32 UTC.

Fox-1Cliff carries the Fox-1 U/v FM repeater, AMSAT’s L-Band Downshifter, the flight spare of the AO-85 Vanderbilt University Low Energy Proton (LEP) radiation experiment, and the standard Fox-1 Penn State University–Erie MEMS gyroscope experiment. Virginia Tech provided a VGA camera which is the same as AO-92’s but will provide images at a higher 640 x 480 resolution. Additional information about the launch and early operations phase (LEOP) will be released prior to launch.

 Fox-1Cliff is named in honor of long-time AMSAT member, contributor, and benefactor Cliff Buttschardt, K7RR (SK), who passed away in 2016. Cliff’s contributions to AMSAT and other amateur satellite programs, including serving as an adviser during the initial development of the CubeSat specification at California Polytechnic State University, earned him the Lifetime Achievement Award from Project OSCAR in 2006

SSO-A mission with 15 microsatellites and 56 CubeSats launches Nov. 19

SSO-A mission - credit Spaceflight

SSO-A mission – credit Spaceflight
Spaceflight’s SSO-A SmallSat Express mission, on a SpaceX Falcon 9 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, is currently scheduled for November 19, 2018 at 18:32 GMT.
It is planned to launch 15 microsatellites and 56 CubeSats on this mission, some with amateur radio payloads. A full list of satellites to be deployed, can be found at
https://directory.eoportal.org/web/eoportal/satellite-missions/content/-/article/sso-a
Provisional SatPC32 Doppler.sqf data for tracking some Amateur Radio satellites is available at
https://gist.github.com/magicbug/cf23cfca3a6ec9902d8dd9326a9249ea


Satellites known to have Amateur Radio payloads are:

1-CSIM http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=585A
Downlink 437.250 MHz

2-ESEO http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=82
Downlink on 437.00MHz and a transponder Uplink on 1263.500MHz
have been coordinated. A revised downlink frequency of 145.895 MHz has
been coordinated for FM voice and 1k2/4k8 BPSK telemetry

3-Exseed http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=636
Downlink 145.900 MHz for FM repeater 67 Hz and digipeater downlink and for telemetry and
435.340 MHz for repeater and digipeater uplink

4-Fox 1C (Fox 1Cliff) http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=455
Downlink 145.920 MHz for FM voice and DUV data and Uplinks on 435.300 and 1267.300 MHz

5-JY1-Sat http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=554
Downlink 145.840 MHz and transponder downlink passband on
145.855-145.875 MHz with an inverting uplink on 435.100 – 435.120 MHz

6-K2SAT http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/admin/update.php?serial=552
Downlink TLM beacon 435.835 MHz, FM Repeater 436.225 MHz and for Data 2404.000 MHz. FM Repeater Uplink 145.980 MHz

7-KNACKSAT http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=520
Downlink 435.635 MHz

8-IRVINE02 http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=557
Downlink 437.450 MHz

9-ITASAT http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=435
Downlink 145.860 MHz and 2400.150 MHz

10-MinXSS-2 http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=477
Downlink 437.250 MHz

11-MOVE-2 http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=487
To avoid a frequency clash with another mission, a revised downlink frequency of 145.950 MHz has been coordinated for 9k6 BPSK

12-PW-Sat-2 http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=545
Downlink 435.275 MHz

13-RANGE A &B http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/admin/update.php?serial=497
Downlink 437.150 MHz (A) and 437.475 MHz (B)

14-SNUGLITE http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/admin/update.php?serial=529
Downlink 437.275 MHz has been coordinated

15-SNUSAT-2 http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/admin/update.php?serial=509
Downlink 437.625 MHz and 2402 MHz

16-SUOMI-100 http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/admin/update.php?serial=507
Downlink 437.775 MHz and 2410 MHz

17-Visioncube http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=607
Downlink 437.425 MHz

UK-AMSAT

Successful deployment of Es’hail-2

Successful deployment of Es’hail-2 to geostationary transfer orbit confirmed.


 spaceX

 Ground controllers are receiving signals from Qatar’s Es’hail 2 communications satellite after its successful launch today aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, confirming the spacecraft is alive in a good orbit.
 SpaceflightNow

November 6, 2018

ATNO

The term ‘ATNO’ is a new buzz word in ham and 11m radio comms.
With a glut of stirring DXpeditions occurring in recent months to rare DXCC entities (Bhutan, Timor Leste, Norfolk Island, and more), this unique catchword has been bandied about on the hobby forums and clusters by enthused DX Hunters in the midst of much celebration.
So what is it?  What’s it mean?  And why the joyous praise and song which surrounds it?
In actual fact, ‘ATNO’ is an acronym (formed from the initial letters of other words) rather than a word; an abbreviation which represents the phrase ‘All Time New One’.  Basically, a brand new DXCC country worked, regardless of the band!
“Ah HA!” you say.  “Now I see…”
  ‘ATNO’ is an acronym which, when used, is laden with escalating emotions; soaring adrenalin, fist-pumping exhilaration and dreamy satisfaction, matched only somewhat by the arrival of a QSL card from the Manager in question to confirm the contact.
Those who’ve had the pleasure of announcing an ‘ATNO’ obviously obtain a great deal of pleasure in doing so.  We’ve all been there.  We all know how it feels to tick off a new DXCC.  We all want to tell the world about it, our YL, our kids, our dog — anyone who’ll listen.  ‘ATNO’ is just one quirky way of doing so in just a  few letters.  The perfect way of masking our pure excitement and not making us appear to be such simple fools!
After all, snagging a new one isn’t something that happens every day of the week, is it?  Often years apart!
So next time you read the ‘ATNO’ acronym posted by one of your fellow hobbyists, then take some time to congratulate him on his achievement.  In the end, an ‘All Time New One’ in the log is just reward for days, weeks, months, even years spent behind a mic chasing DX and often a small fortune by the wayside too.  The equivalent of a DX hallelujah.  A sign that the end of ‘a wait’ for a much wanted DXCC is finally over.
And that’s something we’ve all been grateful for.
Good luck with your ATNO’s.

73 de Darren, 43DA001

Source delta alfa .com

October 21, 2018

Falconsat-3 Photo

Thanks OM Andrew G8TZJ for sharing your wonderful neat antenna and shack setup photos via Falconsat-3 .FB OM 73 TU.

October 7, 2018

All Satellites Frequency List Update

All Satellites Frequency List Update
Latest Update by JE9PEL, 6 Oct 2018

All Satellites Frequency link

Doppler.sqf for SatPC32

I converted all active satellites from "satslist.csv" file I wrote to
"Doppler.sqf" file used for satellite tracking with SatPC32 software.
Please let me know if there are description contents to fix.
 
 http://www.ne.jp/asahi/hamradio/je9pel/Doppler.sqf
http://www.ne.jp/asahi/hamradio/je9pel/satslist.htm
 
 (Example, 6 Oct 2018)

Sat,RxFreq,TxFreq,RxMode,TxMode,Trend,Conv,Transv,Comment

1KUNS-PF,437300,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2/2k4/4k8*/9k6* GMSK
Aalto-1,437220,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK CW
AAUSAT-2,437426,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2*MSK 9k6 FSK
AAUSAT-4,437425,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,2k4*/9k6/19k2 GFSK CW
AIST-2D (RS-48),435315,145840,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,4800bps PSK
AIST-2D (RS-48),435315,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
ALSat-1N,437646,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK
AO-7 (Phase-2B),29450,145900,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,Mode A
AO-7 (Phase-2B),29502,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
AO-7 (Phase-2B),145950,432150,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Mode B C
AO-7 (Phase-2B),145970,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
AO-73 (FUNcube-1),145960,435140,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
AO-73 (FUNcube-1),145935,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK
AO-85 (Fox-1A),145979,435172,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM CTCSS 67.0Hz/200bps DUV
AO-91 (Fox-1B RadFxSat),145960,435250,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM CTCSS 67.0Hz/200bps DUV
AO-92 (Fox-1D),145880,435350,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM CTCSS 67.0Hz/200bps DUV
AOBA-VeloxIII,437375,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK CW
AoXiang-1 (CN04),436150,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9600bps BPSK
Athenoxat-1,437485,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4800bps GMSK CW
BeEagleSat (TR01),437370,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
BEESAT-1,436000,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600/4800bps GMSK
BEESAT-2,435950,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4800bps GMSK CW
BEESAT-3,435950,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4800bps GMSK CW
BEESAT-4,435950,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4800bps GMSK CW
BHUTAN-1 (BIRD-BT),145825,145825,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,APRS digipeater
BHUTAN-1 (BIRD-BT),437375,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
BIRD-B (Bangladesh BRAC),437375,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2AFSK 9k6GMSK
BIRD-B (Bangladesh BRAC),437372,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
BIRD-BT (BHUTAN-1),145825,145825,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,APRS digipeater
BIRD-BT (BHUTAN-1),437375,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
BIRD-J (Japan Toki),437375,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2AFSK 9k6GMSK
BIRD-J (Japan Toki),437372,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
BIRD-M (Mongolia Mazaalai),437375,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2AFSK 9k6GMSK
BIRD-M (Mongolia Mazaalai),437372,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
BIRD-MY (UiTMSat-1),145825,145825,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,APRS digipeater
BIRD-MY (UiTMSat-1),437375,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
BIRD-N (Nigeria EduSat-1),437375,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2AFSK 9k6GMSK
BIRD-N (Nigeria EduSat-1),437372,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
BIRD-PH (MAYA-1),145825,145825,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,APRS digipeater
BIRD-PH (MAYA-1),437375,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
BisonSat,437375,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
BugSat-1,437445,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
CAS-2T,435615,145925,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM
CAS-2T,435710,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CAS-3A (XW-2A),145675,435040,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
CAS-3A (XW-2A),145640,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6/19k2* GMSK
CAS-3A (XW-2A),145660,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CAS-3B (XW-2B),145740,435100,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
CAS-3B (XW-2B),145705,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6/19k2* GMSK
CAS-3B (XW-2B),145725,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CAS-3C (XW-2C),145805,435160,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
CAS-3C (XW-2C),145770,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6/19k2* GMSK
CAS-3C (XW-2C),145790,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CAS-3D (XW-2D),145870,435220,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
CAS-3D (XW-2D),145835,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6/19k2* GMSK
CAS-3D (XW-2D),145855,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CAS-3E (XW-2E),145925,435280,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
CAS-3E (XW-2E),145890,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6 GMSK
CAS-3E (XW-2E),145910,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CAS-3F (XW-2F),145990,435340,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
CAS-3F (XW-2F),145955,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6 GMSK
CAS-3F (XW-2F),145975,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CAS-3G (DCBB KAITUO-1B),145475,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6 GMSK
CAS-3H (LilacSat-2),437225,144350,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2/4k8*/9k6 AFSK/GFSK
CAS-3H (LilacSat-2),437200,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CAS-3I (NUDT-Phone-Sat),437300,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6 GFSK
CAS-4A (ZHUHAI-1 01),145870,435220,USB,LSB,NOR,0,0,SSB 20_kHz bandwidth inverted
CAS-4A (ZHUHAI-1 01),145835,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4800bps GMSK
CAS-4A (ZHUHAI-1 01),145855,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CAS-4B (ZHUHAI-1 02),145925,435280,USB,LSB,NOR,0,0,SSB 20_kHz bandwidth inverted
CAS-4B (ZHUHAI-1 02),145890,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4800bps GMSK
CAS-4B (ZHUHAI-1 02),145910,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CO-55 (CUTE-I),437470,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
CO-55 (CUTE-I),436838,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CO-57 (XI-IV),437490,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
CO-57 (XI-IV),436848,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CO-58 (XI-V),437345,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
CO-58 (XI-V),437465,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CO-65 (CUTE1.7+APDII),437475,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
CO-65 (CUTE1.7+APDII),437275,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CO-66 (SEEDS-II),437485,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2AFSK CW DigiTalker
CP-10 (ExoCube-1),437270,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK CW
CP-7 (DAVE),437150,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK CW
CubeBug-2 (LO-74),437445,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2AFSK 9k6FSK*
CUTE1.7+APDII (CO-65),437475,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
CUTE1.7+APDII (CO-65),437275,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
CUTE-I (CO-55),437470,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
CUTE-I (CO-55),436838,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
DAVE (CP-7),437150,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK CW
DCBB (CAS-3G KAITUO-1B),145475,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6 GMSK
DELFI-C3 (DO-64),145867,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK
DO-64 (DELFI-C3),145867,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK
DSLWP-A2(B) (LO-94),435400,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,500/250bps GMSK
DSLWP-A2(B) (LO-94),436400,0,USB,LSB,NOR,0,0,JT4G
DTUsat-2,2401860,1268900,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6CPFSK/1k2 19k2 38k4MSK CW
DUCHIFAT,145825,435220,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK
DUCHIFAT,145980,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
DX-1,435000,145000,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
DX-1,438225,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GFSK
E1P-U2,437502,437305,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK(USB)
Eagle-2 ($50SAT MO-76),437505,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GFSK RTTY CW
EcAMSat,437095,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
ELFIN-A,437450,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GFSK
ELFIN-B,437475,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GFSK
EO-88 (FUNcube-5 Nayif-1),145975,435030,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
EO-88 (FUNcube-5 Nayif-1),145940,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK
EQUISat,435550,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps 4LFSK CW LED
e-st@r-II,437485,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK CW
EstCube-1,437505,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
EstCube-1,437254,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
ExAlta-1 (CA03),436705,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4k8*/9k6/19k2 GMSK
ExoCube-1 (CP-10),437270,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK CW
FalconSAT-3,435103,145840,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
FIREBIRD-3,437396,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,19200bps FSK
FIREBIRD-4,437219,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,19200bps FSK
First-MOVE,145970,435520,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK CW
FMN-1 (FengMaNiu-1),435350,145945,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9600bps BPSK
FO-29 (JAS-2),435850,145950,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
FO-29 (JAS-2),435795,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
Fox-1A (AO-85),145980,435172,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM CTCSS 67.0Hz/200bps DUV
Fox-1B (RadFxSat AO-91),145960,435250,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM CTCSS 67.0Hz/200bps DUV
Fox-1D (AO-92),145880,435350,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM CTCSS 67.0Hz/200bps DUV
FUNcube-1 (AO-73),145960,435140,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
FUNcube-1 (AO-73),145935,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK
FUNcube-2 (on UKube-1),145940,435070,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
FUNcube-2 (on UKube-1),145915,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK
FUNcube-5 (Nayif-1 EO-88),145975,435030,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
FUNcube-5 (Nayif-1 EO-88),145940,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK
GO-32 (TechSat-1B),435325,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK
GOMX-1,437250,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2/2k4/4k8*/9k6GMSK CW
GRIFEX,437480,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,19200bps 9600bps* GMSK
HA-1 (Zhou Enlai Huai'An-1),436950,145930,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM
HA-1 (Zhou Enlai Huai'An-1),437644,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9600bps BPSK
HAVELSAT (TR02),436845,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK CW
HO-68 (XW-1),435790,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
Hoopoe (IL01),437740,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9600bps BPSK
i-INSPIRE II (AU03),436330,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4800bps GMSK
INS-1C,435080,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps Manchester
IO-26 (ITAMSAT),435791,0,FM,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps JAS
IO-86 (LAPAN-A2 ORARI),435880,145880,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM_tone 88.5Hz
IO-86 (LAPAN-A2 ORARI),145825,145825,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,APRS
Irazu,436500,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK
ISS,145825,145825,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
ISS,145800,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,SSTV
ITF-2 (TO-89),437525,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps FM CW
ITU-pSat1,437325,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,19200bps GFSK CW
JAS-2 (FO-29),435850,145950,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
JAS-2 (FO-29),435795,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
Jugnu,437276,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
Juvenile-1F (Shaonian-Xing),436370,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9600bps BPSK
Kaidun-1,437600,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps G3RUH BPSK
KAITUO-1B (DCBB (CAS-3G),145475,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6 GMSK
KKS-1 (KISEKI),437445,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
KKS-1 (KISEKI),437385,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
LAPAN-A2 (ORARI IO-86),435880,145880,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM_tone 88.5Hz
LAPAN-A2 (ORARI IO-86),145825,145825,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,APRS
LilacSat-1 (CN02 LO-90),436510,145985,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9600bps BPSK FM
LilacSat-2 (CAS-3H),437225,144350,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2/4k8*/9k6 AFSK/GFSK
LituanicaSAT-2 (LT01),437265,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK
LO-19 (LUSAT),437125,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW carrier
LO-74 (CubeBug-2),437445,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2AFSK 9k6FSK
LO-87 (NuSat-1),436445,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9k6/19k2/40k0* GFSK
LO-90 (LilacSat-1 CN02),436510,145985,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9600bps BPSK
LO-94 (DSLWP-A2),436400,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,500/250bps GMSK
Max Valier Sat,145860,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
MAYA-1 (BIRD-PH),145825,145825,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,APRS digipeater
MAYA-1 (BIRD-PH),437375,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
M-Cubed,437485,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
MCubed-2,437479,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
METEOR-M1,137100,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,72Kbps QPSK
METEOR-M2,137100,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,72Kbps QPSK
MXSAT-1 (Shaonian-Xing Juvenile-1F),436370,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9600bps BPSK
NanosatC-Br1,145865,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK CW
Nayif-1 (FUNcube-5 EO-88),145975,435030,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
Nayif-1 (FUNcube-5 EO-88),145940,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK 
NIUSAT,436000,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps Manchester
NJUST-1 (CN03),436570,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK
NO-44 (PCSAT-1),145827,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
NO-44 (PCSAT-1),145827,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK
NO-84 (PSat-A/B),145825,145825,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK PSK31
NOAA-12,137620,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,weather sat
NOAA-14,137620,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,weather sat
NOAA-15,137620,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,weather sat
NOAA-16,137620,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,weather sat
NOAA-17,137500,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,weather sat
NOAA-18,137913,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,weather sat
NOAA-19,137100,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,weather sat
nSight-1 (AZ02),435900,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
NuSat-1 (LO-87),436445,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6/19k2/40k0* GFSK
NuSat-2,437445,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6/19k2/40k0* GFSK
PCSAT-1 (NO-44),145827,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
PCSAT-1 (NO-44),145827,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK
PHOENIX (TW01),436915,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
PolyITAN-1,437677,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps 2FSK CW
PolyITAN-2-SAU (UA01),436600,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9600bps BPSK
PSat-A/B (NO-84),145825,145825,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK PSK31
QBEE (SE01),435800,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GFSK
RadFxSat (Fox-1B AO-91),145960,435250,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM CTCSS 67.0Hz/200bps DUV
Robusta-1B,437325,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK CW
SaudiSat-1C (SO-50),436795,145850,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM_tone 67.0Hz
SEEDS-II (CO-66),437485,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2AFSK CW DigiTalker
Shaonian-Xing (Juvenile-1F),436370,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9600bps BPSK
SiriusSat-1 (SXC1-181),435570,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4800bps GMSK
SiriusSat-2 (SXC1-182),435670,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4800bps GMSK
skCUBE,437100,437100,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK Digipeater CW
S-NET A/B/C/D,435950,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2*/2k4 FFSK
SNUSAT-1b (KR03),435950,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK
SO-50 (SaudiSat-1C),436795,145850,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM_tone 67.0Hz
SOMP,437485,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
SOMP,437503,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
SpaceCube (FR05),436880,145860,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK FM
SPROUT,437525,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2AFSK 9k6GMSK CW
SPROUT,437600,437600,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,Digipeater Digitalker SSTV
SRMSAT,437425,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
STARS (KUKAI daughter),437465,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps FM
STARS (KUKAI daughter),437275,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
STARS (KUKAI mother),437485,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps FM
STARS (KUKAI mother),437305,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
STEP Cube Lab (STEP-1),437485,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK CW
STRaND-1,437568,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
SUCHAI,437229,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
Swayam COEP,437025,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK CW
SwissCube-1,437505,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BFSK CW
Tanusha-SWSU-3 (RS-8),437050,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK Voice
TechSat-1B (GO-32),435325,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK
Tianwang-1A (TW-1A SECM-1),435645,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4k8*/9k6 GMSK
Tianwang-1C (TW-1C NJFA-1),435645,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4k8*/9k6 GMSK
Tianyi-2 (TY-2 Xiaoxiang-2),435350,435350,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6 GMSK/5Mbps OFDM
TigriSat,435000,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK
TO-89 (ITF-2),437525,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps FM CW
TW-1A (Tianwang-1A SECM-1),435645,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4k8*/9k6 GMSK
TW-1C (Tianwang-1C NJFA-1),435645,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4k8*/9k6 GMSK
TY-2 (Tianyi-2 Xiaoxiang-2),435350,435350,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6 GMSK/5Mbps OFDM
UiTMSat-1 (BIRD-MY),145825,145825,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,APRS digipeater
UiTMSat-1 (BIRD-MY),437375,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
UKube-1,145950,435070,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
UKube-1,145805,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK
UKube-1,145840,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
UniSat-6,437422,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
UNSW-EC0 (AU02),436525,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4800bps GMSK
UO-11 (UoSAT-2),145826,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM
URSA MAIOR (IT02),435950,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps FSK
UWE-3,437385,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK CW
VELOX-2,145930,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,1200bps BPSK CW
Velox-III,437375,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK CW
VZLUsat-1 (CZ02),437240,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,4800bps MSK CW
X-CubeSat (FR01),437020,145860,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK FM
Xiaoxiang-2 (TY-2 Tianyi-2),435350,435350,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6 GMSK/5Mbps OFDM
XI-IV (CO-57),437490,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
XI-IV (CO-57),436848,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
XI-V (CO-58),437345,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1200bps AFSK
XI-V (CO-58),437465,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
XW-1 (HO-68),435790,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
XW-2A (CAS-3A),145675,435040,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
XW-2A (CAS-3A),145640,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6/19k2* GMSK
XW-2A (CAS-3A),145660,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
XW-2B (CAS-3B),145740,435100,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
XW-2B (CAS-3B),145705,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6/19k2* GMSK
XW-2B (CAS-3B),145725,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
XW-2C (CAS-3C),145805,435160,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
XW-2C (CAS-3C),145770,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6/19k2* GMSK
XW-2C (CAS-3C),145790,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
XW-2D (CAS-3D),145870,435220,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
XW-2D (CAS-3D),145835,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6/19k2* GMSK
XW-2D (CAS-3D),145855,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
XW-2E (CAS-3E),145925,435280,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
XW-2E (CAS-3E),145890,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6 GMSK
XW-2E (CAS-3E),145910,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
XW-2F (CAS-3F),145990,435340,USB,LSB,REV,0,0,Transponder
XW-2F (CAS-3F),145955,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9k6 GMSK
XW-2F (CAS-3F),145975,0,CW,CW,NOR,0,0,CW
ZA-AeroSat (AZ01),437195,0,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,9600bps GMSK
ZACube-1,437355,145860,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,1k2AFSK 9k6GMSK* CW
Zhou Enlai (Huai'An-1 HA-1),436950,145930,FM,FM,NOR,0,0,FM
Zhou Enlai (Huai'An-1 HA-1),437644,0,USB,USB,NOR,0,0,9600bps BPSK 
 
 SOURCE  : Mineo Wakita / JE9PEL, WEBSITE