You can switch on RED-EYE n° NORAD 44364 too . it is working.
Thanks, I’ve changed it in network.
I can manually decode 3 packets from https://network.satnogs.org/observations/796623/ using sm_other/G3RUH-BPSK-9K6/soundmodem.exe where satnogsclient satnogs_bpsk_ax25.py got nothing. Raw IQ uploaded to: http://swigerco.com/IQ20190706100503_796623.raw 16b signed int.
Edit: using USB with carrier 9600 below center.
Maybe just too weak - this obs got one
hs_soundmodem got 3 out of it.
See my earlier post about the TLEs of recent ISS deployments: New satellite: Światowid
EntrySAT appears to be 44428, 44429 or 44430. We’re using 44429 on the network and will check in the coming days how well it works.
NORAD ID of ENtrySAT is 44431
Hello Freddy, it seems that there is a mistake from NORAD about EntrySat ID :
Can you switch entrySat to 44429 ??? Thks …
It has already been switched. See https://db.satnogs.org/satellite/44429/
Hello, I try to decode the last signal received on stanogs network (Observation #827365). Unfortunately when I lesson (or download) the audio file, the audio bandwidth is 8kHz. My decoder is unable to decode something !! How does it works with previously data decoded for Entrysat (9600bauds) : is the data is decoded locally on the satnogs station or by the satnogs server ? Is it possible to retrieve de audio file with higher bandwidth ?
Thks / 73 Nicolas
Yes, the decoding happens in client side. The signal should be strong and in the middle of the waterfall to be able to decode it from audio which, as you have noticed, is limited in bandwidth.