Here you will find all the resources needed to:
- Contact the International Space Station or use it to forward Packet Radio data with a YAESU FT-847 and Doppler correction for up and down frequencies despite the limitations of the control interface of this transceiver thanks to computer tools.
- Receive the SSTV pictures regularly sent by the International Space Station in live.
- Predicting the passage of satellites and monitor them in real time via a 2D and 3D projections.
- Receive images from NOAA polar weather satellites in real time and add weather overlay on the map.
- Receive and send APRS data.
- Control the FT-847 through your computer.
- Install and configure low cost Software Defined Radios to receive data with Doppler effect correction.
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Latest news item
March 11th 2020
- New section "Educational media".
- New English video "Amateur Radio, a hobby for the 21st century" translated and subtitled in French by F4BPP available on the "Educational media" section.
- Update of the "SSTV activity" section (pictures and diplomas).
- Update of the "Links" section with the addition of the School Amateur Radio Club Network.
- Update of the "Press" section with the addition of an article from the Courrier Cauchoix.
- Update of the "FAQ" section ("What is an amateur radio?").
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