Seems to be true!
The source callsign decodes to 4X4HSL-1 and the destination callsign to GS-1!
Prior observations of DUCHIFAT-1 decode to 4x4HSL-0 and GS-0. Conventionally the SSID -0 should be removed, so the callsigns for DUCHIFAT-1 decode properly to 4X4HSL and GS. But that is just a side-note
Wondering if there is any documentation of the downlink data structure!
With my work on the kaitai-struct decoders I also built some useful tools.
You can visit the kaitai Web IDE, click on “New” in the lower left corner, define a filename (omit the .ksy suffix as it is added by the IDE), delete the automatically inserted skeleton and paste the following code:
They are placed inside the package satnogs-decoders, find it here. There is an additional feature needed to export (only) the useful fields into the influxDB. These fields are then available, along with some tags like satnogs-decoders’ version, NORAD-ID etc, pp, in the grafana dashboard editor.
See README and feel free to ask any questions if you’re interested in building one. The structs are located inside the ksy/ folder.