Posts Tagged ‘Cubesat’
In this fortnight’s episode of Linux in the Ham Shack, Pete (VE2XPL), returns to the land of the living. Your intrepid hosts discuss explosions in the sky, a “holiday” for ham radio operators, Linux vulnerabilities, caipirinhas, and ask the vital question: What is Allstar Link and does anyone use it? All that and more in this action-packed installment of LHS. Thanks for watching, and as always…
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This looked kind of cool, so I thought it was post worthy. Of course, there is a lot that is post worthy, but I only have so many fingers to type. It’s a chart of Cubesat UHF downlink frequiences. This could be very useful up on the wall or bulletin board in the shack.I found it over on Southgate’s website doing my morning surfing. As you’ll notice from the PDF, it’s in French. But there is a link to a “Google English” version. I’m guessing that’s almost the same as regular English. Those Google guys are always tweaking things. Here’s the chart for you. You can download the french PDF version from Cubesat.
Rich also writes a Tech blog and posts stories every Tuesday and Thursday on Q103, Albany’s #1 Rock Station website, as well as Amateur Radio stories every Monday thru Friday on AmiZed Studios and hosts a podcast called The Kim & Rich Show with his fiance’ Kim Dunne