HamNation 08/01/2018

Site Citations

 
 










Thanks to Ed VE3WGO, here are some great resources for getting started working SSB satellites -


AMSAT-UK’s site with plenty of references (initial video is of working V0-52, which is no longer with us. But the techniques are worthwhile watching!).

https://amsat-uk.org/beginners/how-to-work-ssb-satellites/


KA7FVV's site

http://ka7fvv.net/satellite.htm


DK3WN's site at

http://www.dk3wn.info/p/?page_id=44504


ARRL's very interesting Satellite Learning pages at 

http://www.arrl.org/classroom-library-satellite-communications 



Of course there are also the 

https://Amsat.org and https://Amsat-uk.org 

sites for satellite info,


and K6LCS’ own http://Work-Sat.com site for FM sat setup and operating,


as well as the RAC.ca sat news pages, too, on their Web sites

 https://wp.rac.ca/category/space-and-satellites-news/ 


Gunter's space launch pages are very cool too for those interested in technical details of rockets, sats, and launch schedules - 

http://space.skyrocket.de/index.html


73, Ed

















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