Lambda-Sat — the first Greek CubeSat — was released from the International Space Station on March 4, following its launch last summer, and its developers have invited radio amateurs around the world to listen for the Lamda-Sat signal and file reports.
“You can help us to track and get the data from the Lambda-Sat while [it is] flying above areas not covered by our ground stations,” the Lambda-Sat team said. The 1U CubeSat transmits AX.25-protocol UI packets at 1200 bps AFSK on 437.462 MHz. The 1 W transmitter identifies as KK6DFZ.
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