Observation 802992: MOVE-IIb (99801)


#1

Hi!

Never seen that signal in the upper right corner b4. Is that MoveIIb?

The polar plot looks different.

73 Oliver

Regarding Observation 802992


#2

It dosent seems to be the usual signal from Move IIB.
You have strong noise on your observation.
Maybe it would be great to do a frequency calibration of your stick. (I didnt saw ppm in meta)


#3

Hi @jujun!

Ok. PPM error is 0 here. I have good decodes on other TLMs.

Noise is from a pasture fence in the neighbor hood.

73 Oliver


#4

One more example of changed TLE and wrong time window. It was my bad that I changed the TLEs but didn’t rescheduled the observations. Sorry about that!


#5

No problem. U are busy. Maybe i’ ll join to help later. Is my second week here :grinning:

73 Oliver

I mean it wood be better to have footprints of waterfall signals, than having pictures of the sat himself.


#6

There was a recent discussion about it in matrix/irc channel. As far as I know there is this site that can give you a general idea what to expect. However sometimes satellites have their own special signal signature… so maybe we can add this as a transmitter image field.

Please open an issue in SatNOGS DB repository, so we can further discuss it.


#7

Ok, many tnx @fredy will do that. Thanks for your information.

73 Oliver