Back to NASA Newsroom | Back to NASA Homepage, Live Space Talk Now Available 24/7 On NASA Web Site, NASA press releases and other information are available automatically by sending a blank e-mail message to, If you are lucky and hear them calling CQ just remember to activate your rigs repeater shift to ensure you reply on the correct frequency. Please use a maximium uplink power of 5 watts to a 7 dBi gain antenna (25 w EIRP). You should never transmit on 145.800 MHz. Most rigs can be switched been wide and narrow deviation filters so select the wider deviation. Anyone with a scanner can listen to the communications that take place between Earth and space, and if you have a transmitter, you can take part in the conversations. • 145.935 MHz BPSK Telemetry 30 or 300 mW Educational Telemetry beacon is 300 mW during day and 30 mW at night. If you don’t have an amateur radio receiver you can still listen to the ISS by using an Online Radio, also known as a WebSDR. The amateur radio station on the ISS can be received using very simple equipment. IARU Amateur Satellite Frequency Coordination, ARISS Amateur Radio on the International Space Station, Upcoming ARISS Contact Schedule as of 2012-01-10 02:00 UTC, How to work the ISS using APRS Packet Radio, Getting Started on Amateur Radio Satellites, G0MRF UHF-VHF Receive Converter for use with a satellite LNB, Satellite Antennas Hints and Kinks (page 1), Satellite Antennas Hints and Kinks (page 2),,,,, Using the FUNcube Materials Science Experiment in the Classroom, Forum for Question and Answers on FUNcube Satellite and Dashboard App, Keplerian Two-Line Elements (TLEs / Keps), Status of Active Amateur Radio Satellites, FCC Deletes 3.4 GHz Amateur Satellite Service Allocation, Online AMSAT-UK Space Colloquium – Open To All, ISS 437.800 MHz cross band FM repeater activated, Vega launch of three satellites with ham radio payloads, Jeanette Epps KF5QNU joins Starliner mission to ISS, RSGB Tonight @ 8 Video – Getting started on QO-100, ISS MAI-75 SSTV activity planned for Aug 4-5, AMSAT Partners with UMaine’s WiSe-Net Lab to Develop MESAT1 CubeSat. The ISS is in a very low orbit and so is only in range 5 or 6 times each day and then only for a maximum of 10 minutes on the best orbit. Select a Frequency of 145800.0 kHz and Mode FM: • Farnham WebSDR when ISS is in range of London • R4UAB WebSDR when ISS is over Russia http:// / A ¼ wave ground plane has a high angle of radiation and works well. The group produce a quarterly publication OSCAR News that is full of information on the Amateur satellites. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. xmlns:xsl=''">. Hand-held rigs all seem to have a single wide filter fitted as standard. The International Space Station is traveling around the Earth at over 28,000 km/h. In recent years a number of UK schools have made contact with the space station thanks to volunteers from AMSAT-UK.

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