Yes, on my site I put details about demodulation:
www.uac-lab.com, under the tab “TRSI Sat info”.
You can find I/Q-WAVs there, recorded under different RX conditions.
Some other thing:
A year ago or so I wrote a baseband codec which LOSSLESSLY compresses the huge recorded I/Q-WAV into a 40kHz baseband I/Q with only 20kbyte/sec - with the hope it would be integrated into SatNogs. It´s really the raw data, preserving all phase information losslessly stored.
I have put the encoder/decoder into GitHub, it´s plain C code, has been compiled on Raspi by a comunity member (long ago, I already forgot who took care of porting it, must be in the logs somewhere), but I unfortunately didn´t have time to take care of it anymore. It looks that this codec is just rotting away. It´s a pity, because raw data is extremely valuable when there is no demodulator around. It could be demodulated even years later, and the specific observation would not be lost. This could be a valuable tool, as it really doesn´t create big files, and the decoder creates a standard I/Q-WAV from the compressed file.
(It makes I/Q frequency shifting, sharp low pass filtering with practically no overshoots, Huffman encoding of sample differences and creates/restores an I/Q wave with a selected bandwidth and frequency shift. No zero-frq errors, fast processing, generates standard WAVs, readable with HDSDR or SDR#, command line examples included. It´s only for 8bit waves, time was too low to include a 16bit version, but WAVs could be downconverted before compressing)