ARLA/CLUSTER: Satélite iraniano usa as bandas de amador
João Costa > CT1FBF
Quarta-Feira, 4 de Fevereiro de 2015 - 12:52:04 WET
Iranâ€™s Fajr satellite uses Ham Radio bands
*Nico Janssen PA0DLO* reports that the Iranian *Fajr* satellite has an
amateur radio band downlink on 437.538 MHz
On the AMSAT Bulletin Board Nico says that it carries a camera for Earth
observations and should have a telemetry downlink on 437.538 MHz and a
command uplink in the 144-146 MHz amateur radio band.
The Iranian satellite Fajr or â€˜Dawnâ€™ was launched on February 2, 2015 at
0850 UT from the Imam Khomeini Space Center which is south of Semnan in the
northern part of the Dasht-e-Kavir desert.
The 50 kg satellite was carried on a Safir launcher into an initial orbit
of 223 km by 470 km with an inclination of 55.5Â° and has been given an
object ID of 2015-006A 40387.
It is Iranâ€™s fourth satellite and has propulsion in the form of a cold gas
thruster. Presumably the thruster will be used to circularize the orbit at
around 470 km which may give it a lifetime of over a year.
Fajr real-time tracking map and predictions
UHF satellite frequency list
AMSAT Bulletin Board (AMSAT-BB)
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