La ISS in questi giorni trasmetterà di nuovo in SSTV dal segmento russo, sulla frequenza solita di 145.800, la potenza usata circa 25w. Gli orari di trasmissione nell’articolo originale qua sotto. La ricezione considerata la potenza è molto facile e il sistema è il solito usato dalla ISS, PD120.
ARISS Russia is planning Slow Scan Television (SSTV) image transmissions on 145.800 MHz FM from the International Space Station.
Below is the scheduled for the planned activation of SSTV from the ISS. The first session is the routine MAI-75 activity that is only active for a few orbits. It appears that the most of the world (except N. America) will get a shot during the two day run. Some lucky operators along the east coast of North America should get a pass on July 29.
(July 29) GMT 210/13:15 – SSTV activate
(July 29) GMT 210/21:25 – SSTV power down
(July 30) GMT 211/13:50 – SSTV power up
(July 30) GMT 211/19:30 – SSTV shutdown
The second event will be a world wide event running from August 1 through August 4 and the schedule is:
ARISS SSTV activity
(Aug 01) GMT 213/09:40 – SSTV activate
(Aug 02) GMT 214/14:00 – SSTV check
(Aug 04) GMT 216/18:15 – SSTV shutdown
This event uses a computer in the ISS Russian Segment, which stores images that are then transmitted to Earth using the ARISS amateur radio station located in the Service Module which employs the Kenwood TM D710E transceiver.
It is anticipated that the SSTV mode used will be PD-120.