ISS SSTV transmissions April 1-2
Dmitry R4UAB reports cosmonauts on the International Space Station will be transmitting SSTV images on 145.800 MHz FM as part of the Inter-MAI-75 experiment
A Google translation reads:
“Inter-MAI-75” (Education and promotion of space research) – an experiment aimed at combining the efforts of educational universities and radio amateurs in Russia and the United States to develop technology and technical tools that enable students to communicate and collaborate with astronauts and astronauts in the study and development of the management process ISS, as well as to work out various methods of transmission and various types of transmitted information (text, voice and telemetry information, black and white and color photos and video from blasts, etc.), obtained as a result of scientific and educational experiments through the use of amateur radio communications onboard the ISS.
SSTV images will be transmitted at a frequency of 145.800 MHz using a Kenwood TM-D710 transceiver. They are expected to use the PD-120 SSTV format.
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