mardi 14 juin 2016

ANNONCE BALLON UK ID IBMICL le 15 juin 2016 Churchill

Hi!

We're a group of Imperial College students, sending our first payload up with a  1600g Hwoyee balloon tomorrow (15/06/2016). We would appreciate any help in tracking our payload There'll be LORA 868 and 434, as well as RTTY 434 to listen to. We will be launching our payload from Churchill College tomorrow at approximately 11:00 am.

Payload details:

Payload ID IBMICLSentinel, RTTY, 434.250MHz, 850Hz shift, 300 baud, 8 N 2, SSDV and telemetry.

Payload ID Sky1LoRa, LoRa, 869.850MHz, "Mode 1" Implicit mode, Error coding 4:5, Bandwidth 20.8kHz,  SF 6, Low data rate optimize off SSDV and telemetry.

Payload ID Sky2LoRa, LoRa, 434.750MHz, "Mode 1" Implicit mode, Error coding 4:5, Bandwidth 20.8kHz,  SF 6, Low data rate optimize off SSDV and telemetry. Every 30 seconds Sky2LoRa listens for incoming transmissions for 10 seconds.

We are also hoping we will be able to transmit tweets up to our payload for display on the onboard screen. So if you want your tweets to show up high above the clouds then please tweet us at @IBMICLSentinel with #tospace followed by your message, alternatively tweet us #gethelp to get a list of commands back!

Many thanks from the Project Edge Team!

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Is the LoRa upload for the tweets?
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Yes it is
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Cool.  Hope it works.  I've not flown that code yet (not that I expect
issues as it's worked well in testing).

Dave
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Thank you very much. Please tweet us and hopefully you can see your message in space!
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