Observation 4418585 …
is this a valid signal from the ICARUS Animal-Tracker Experiment ?
is there a ways to filter observations on the network after a specific transmitter to make it easier to get references material?
It seemed to me initially that the signal in your observation appeared to be drifting and may be of terrestrial origin. Then I checked and found an observation that I had vetted as Good from my ground station
The signal I observed appears to be very similar to yours but without the drift. So this make me think that yours is also a valid signal – although I can’t explain why yours drifts like that
One way would be to use the API to download observation data via a script and then filter the results based on transmitter and observation status. Similar to what is outline in this thread:
Hi everyone, apologies if this post is in the wrong category.
I am part of a group of amateur astronomers and (very) amateur satellite enthusiasts located in Port Macquarie, Australia.
We want to build our own Cubesat to house a telescope. The plan is to utilise the satellite for star gazing when local conditions prevent us using our telescope.
What I am hoping for is someone to point me in the right direction for advice on communication systems. We’ll need TTC and data at a rate decent enoug…