jeudi 24 décembre 2015

AMATEUR RADIO HIGH ALTITUDE BALLOONING LAUNCH ANNOUNCEMENTS le 25 décembre 2015

AMATEUR RADIO HIGH ALTITUDE BALLOONING
LAUNCH ANNOUNCEMENTS:
2016-02-20 @ 09:00 MST

Arizona Near Space Research
To Launch: ANSR-96
Website:http://www.ansr.org, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Ballooning/
APRS.FI: KA7NSR-6
Telemetry: APRS: 144.340Mhz,
Site: YumaHamFest
Coords: 32.6704, -114.594  Grid: DM22QQ
Contact: Bill McLean bmclean@netzero.net
QRZ: KA7NSR
Launch will be part of YumaHamFest see their website at www.yumahamfest.org

2016-03-14 @ 12:00 PDT

East Bay Amateur Radio Club
To Launch: HENRY-1

Website: None given
APRS.FI: W6CUS-11
Telemetry: APRS: 144.390Mhz,
Site: Caesar Chavez Park, Berkeley, CA USA
Coords: 37.8685, -122.313  Grid: CM87UU
Contact: Jack Burris k6jeb@yahoo.com
QRZ: W6CUS
More details will be added as we get past the visioning stage

2016-04-02 @ 09:00 MST

Arizona Near Space Research
To Launch: ANSR-97

Website:http://www.ansr.org, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Ballooning/
APRS.FI: KA7NSR-6
Telemetry: APRS: 144.340Mhz,
Site:
Coords: 33.0729, -111.975  Grid: DM43AB
Contact: Bill McLean bmclean@netzero.net
QRZ: KA7NSR
Ascend Flight 22

Visit us at http://arhab.org for more information.


Use this form to submit your launches: http://www.arhab.org/hab_launch_form.php


Good Luck!

73s -- Keith, WA0TJT 

SOURCE DIRECTE :    ARHAB  USA
From : Alan F6AGV  f6agv(@)free.fr

UCCLE le 25 décembre 2015


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NIMES le 25 décembre 2015


HERSTMONCEUX le 25 décembre 2015


ARISS Season's Greetings from Gaston ON4WF


ARISS is 15

ARISS is 15

15 years ago today, on December 21, 2000, students at Burbank School in
Burbank Illinois, U.S.A. lined us and readied themselves for a very historic
event---the first school contact with the crew on the International Space
Station.  ARISS mentor and radio operator Charlie Sufana, AJ9N and his team
of volunteers had aptly prepared the students, teachers and the public in
attendance for their historic contact.  As AOS approached, Charlie began
calling NA1SS.  Soon, Expedition 1 Commander Bill "Shep" Shepherd, KD5CDL
answered back and the students immediately began asking Shep their
questions.  The rest is history.

Burbank school teacher, Rita Wright, who later became KC9CDL, continues to
be active in ARISS as a volunteer.  Rita's 2004 AMSAT Symposium paper,
"Remember, We're Pioneers!" chronicles the Burbank school's journey to the
first ARISS contact and beyond.  You are invited to download the paper at
<https://www.dropbox.com/s/q8cmd0eu9y0imsz/REMEMBER--Burbank%20School.pdf?dl
=0>
https://www.dropbox.com/s/q8cmd0eu9y0imsz/REMEMBER--Burbank%20School.pdf?dl=


With this historic event in mind, I would like to take this opportunity to
thank our volunteers from the ARISS operations team for their outstanding,
long term support to ARISS.  These folks---our mentors, telebridge operators
and operations leaders---are the foundation of ARISS.   They have made
nearly 1000 ARISS contacts successful since Burbank, 15 years ago.  Without
them, the goals of ARISS: inspiration, exploration, education and
experimentation, could not be achieved.  Their guidance, mentoring and
presentations, before, during and after the contact were crucial in
achieving these goals.  Thank you all!!

As the ARISS team prepares for 2016, with many schools in the queue,
prepared, ready and waiting for their upcoming contacts, ARISS is gearing up
for another historic event---our 1000th school contact.  Wow!  1000 ARISS
contacts!!  To celebrate this historic event, I would ask those that know of
an ARISS student that has graduated and is now in a science, technology,
engineering or mathematics (STEM) field to please have them share their
story with us.  Please pass this along to others and have them send their
stories to me at ka3hdo@verizon.net or to our web master at ariss@arrl.org.
We would like to compile these for our space agency customers and to share
the stories with the amateur radio community.

Thanks es 73,

Frank H. Bauer, KA3HDO
ARISS International Chair
SOURCE DIRECTE :   ARISS
From :  Alan f6agv (@) free.fr

samedi 19 décembre 2015

REVUE RAF S-51 est parue ! Disponible en format PDF ici.

http://www.radioamateurs-france.fr/?p=7001

Choisir : enregistrer le contenu du lien sous 

bonjour à tous,
la revue vient d' être publiée avec un résumé de la réunion administration / associations

vous pourrez constater que le résumé est différent des autres publications d'
associations,
en dehors de cela cette revue est très dense en informations et j' espère que les lecteurs seront ravis.

ce n' est pas encore Noël mais je vous souhaite à tous de très bonnes fêtes,

du moins le mieux possible

73 dan f5dbt

SOURCE DIRECTE : RAF
From :  f6agv(@)free.fr

ANNONCE BALLON UK UBSEDS12 Bristol Dimanche matin 20 décembre 2015

Another pico test launch from Bristol.

As before the payload is transmitting on 434.600 MHz USB. Contestia 16/1000 with RSID, once per minute preceded by 10 seconds of pips.

Note the change from Contestia 32/1000 to Contestia 16/1000. We expect this will have a small impact on readability, but will reduce the telemetry duration and hence save some power.


Many Thanks,

Richard Meadows
Bristol SEDS (www.bristol-seds.co.uk)

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Traduction rapide :
"Un autre test de ballon pico lancé depuis Bristol.

Comme auparavant la charge transmet sur 434.600 MHz en USB Contestia 16/1000 avec
RSID, une fois par minute précédé par 10 secondes des "pips".

Note : le changement de Contestia 32/1000 en Contestia 16/1000. Nous espérons
que cela n'aura pas d'incidence sur la lisibilité, mais nous limitons le temps de la
télémétrie pour garder un peu de puissance.

Remerciements,

Richard Meadows"

Bristol SEDS (www.bristol-seds.co.uk)

SOURCE DIRECTE : UKHAS
From : f6agv(@)free.fr

Le BHAF vous souhaite de joyeuses fêtes de fin d'année 2015