How to receive ARISSat-1

Certificates are available to anyone that receives the voice, digital or Morse code signals signals from ARISSat-1.

Voice and SSTV signals can be heard using just a 2m FM amateur radio receiver tuned to 145.950 MHz.

These are transmitted continuously in a round robin format:
Voice ID
Greeting
Voice Telemetry
Voice ID
SSTV image

A Secret word/password is included in most greetings.
Email the secret word/password, your name or group, date/time received,city, state, country and your email address to secretword@arissat1.org to receive a certificate.

The Voice Telemetry comprises selected telemetry channels read in a female voice.

Tone introduction – alerts you that telemetry data is to follow
MET is xxxxx – Mission Elasped Time in minutes
IHU Temp is -xxx degrees C
Control Panel Temp is -xxx degrees C
Battery Voltage is xx.x Volts
Battery Current is -xxx milliAmps

Email the voice telemetry data, your name or group, date/time received,city, state, country and your email address to
tlmreport@arissat1.org to receive a certificate.

The Slow Scan TV (SSTV) images are sent in Robot-36 format. Email a description of the SSTV image received, your name or group, date/time received,city, state, country and your email address to sstvreport@arissat1.org to receive a certificate.

Further information on the transmissions and certificate is available at
http://www.arissat1.org/v3/index.php?option=com_content
&view=category&layout=blog&id=61&Itemid=137
How to receive ARISSat-1
http://www.southgatearc.org/news/august2011/
how_to_receive_arissat1.htm

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