Happy 54th Anniversary LAPAN (DIRGAHAYU LAPAN ke-54).

Happy 54th Anniversary LAPAN (DIRGAHAYU LAPAN ke-54).

Terima kasih untuk kesempatan kepada ORARI, AMSAT-ID dan amatir radio untuk mendayagunakan teknologi satelit. Semoga tetap jaya dan semakin sukses dalam MEMBANGUN INDONESIA MAJU bidang teknologi penerbangan dan antariksa

BimTek Operasi Satelit Amatir LAPAN-ORARI

BimTek Operasi Satelit Amatir LAPAN-ORARI

Amatir Satelit Indonesia adalah Unit Kegiatan ORARI yang menampung aspirasi semua anggota ORARI yang berminat pada kegiatan satelit.

AWARD AMSAT-ID JARF 2016

AWARD AMSAT-ID JARF 2016

Amatir Satelit Indonesia adalah Unit Kegiatan ORARI yang menampung aspirasi semua anggota ORARI yang berminat pada kegiatan satelit.

Team AMSAT-ID JARF 2016

Team AMSAT-ID JARF 2016

Amatir Satelit Indonesia adalah Unit Kegiatan ORARI yang menampung aspirasi semua anggota ORARI yang berminat pada kegiatan satelit.

LAPAN - AMSAT-ID Presiden

LAPAN - AMSAT-ID Presiden

Amatir Satelit Indonesia adalah Unit Kegiatan ORARI yang menampung aspirasi semua anggota ORARI yang berminat pada kegiatan satelit.

Team AMSAT-ID -Ambon Maluku

Team AMSAT-ID -Ambon Maluku

Amatir Satelit Indonesia adalah Unit Kegiatan ORARI yang menampung aspirasi semua anggota ORARI yang berminat pada kegiatan satelit.

Team AMSAT-ID Kediri

Team AMSAT-ID Kediri

Amatir Satelit Indonesia adalah Unit Kegiatan ORARI yang menampung aspirasi semua anggota ORARI yang berminat pada kegiatan satelit.

Team AMSAT-ID Jakarta

Team AMSAT-ID Jakarta

Amatir Satelit Indonesia adalah Unit Kegiatan ORARI yang menampung aspirasi semua anggota ORARI yang berminat pada kegiatan satelit.

AO-92 Commissioned, Open for Amateur Use

Initially, the U/v FM transponder will be open continuously for a period of one week. After the first week, operations will be scheduled among the U/v FM transponder, L-Band Downshifter, Virginia Tech Camera, and the University of Iowa’s High Energy Radiation CubeSat Instrument (HERCI).

Schedule updates will appear in the AMSAT News Service Weekly Bulletins and will also be posted to the AMSAT-BB, AMSAT’s Twitter account (@AMSAT), the AMSAT North America Facebook group, and the AMSAT website at https://www.amsat.org/satellite-schedules/

AO-92 was launched on the PSLV-C40 mission from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, India on January 12, 2018. For the past two weeks, the AMSAT Engineering and Operations teams have been testing the various modes and experiments on board. Testing has shown that both the U/v FM transponder and L-Band Downshifter work very well. The Virginia Tech camera has returned stunning photos and data from HERCI has been successfully downlinked.

AMSAT thanks the 178 stations worldwide that have used FoxTelem to collect telemetry and experiment data from AO-92 during the commissioning process. The collection of this data is crucial to the missions of AMSAT’s Fox-1 satellites. Please continue to collect data from AO-85, AO-91, and AO-92.

Radio Programming Charts

AO-92 Doppler Shift Correction (Mode U/v)
Memory Your Transmit Frequency(With 67 Hz Tone) Your Receive Frequency
Acquisition of Signal (AOS) 435.340 MHz 145.880 MHz
Approaching 435.345 MHz 145.880 MHz
Time of Closest Approach (TCA) 435.350 MHz 145.880 MHz
Departing 435.355 MHz 145.880 MHz
Loss of Signal (LOS) 435.360 MHz 145.880 MHz
AO-92 Doppler Shift Correction (Mode L/v)
Memory Your Transmit Frequency(With 67 Hz Tone) Your Receive Frequency
Acquisition of Signal (AOS) 1267.320 MHz 145.880 MHz
Approaching 1 1267.325 MHz 145.880 MHz
Approaching 2 1267.330 MHz 145.880 MHz
Approaching 3 1267.335 MHz 145.880 MHz
Approaching 4 1267.340 MHz 145.880 MHz
Approaching 5 1267.345 MHz 145.880 MHz
Time of Closest Approach (TCA) 1267.350 MHz 145.880 MHz
Departing 1 1267.355 MHz 145.880 MHz
Departing 2 1267.360 MHz 145.880 MHz
Departing 3 1267.365 MHz 145.880 MHz
Departing 4 1267.370 MHz 145.880 MHz
Departing 5 1267.375 MHz 145.880 MHz
Loss of Signal (LOS) 1267.380 MHz 145.880 MHz

source; https://www.amsat.org/ao-92-commissioned-open-for-amateur-use/