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Usable amateur radio satellites and pass times

Amsat communication satellites
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FM satellites

NameIDDownlinkUplinkTelemetry/beaconPassesNotes
ISSISS 145.800 R1: 145.200, R2,3: 144.490 UHF repeater Uplink: 437.800
Saudisat 1CSO 50 436.800 145.850 (67Hz tone) Enable for 10 mins with 74.4Hz tone
AO 85AO 85 145.980 435.172 (67Hz tone)
Lilacsat 2CAS-3H 437.200 144.350
Funcube 2?EO 80 145.840 435.080 (210.7 Hz tone) 145.880 BPSK/CW Transponder will be active after the primary mission is complete

SSB/CW satellites

NameIDDownlink (USB)Uplink (LSB)Telemetry/beaconPassesNotes
FuncubeAO 73 145.950-145.970 435.150-435.130 145.935 BPSK Transponder is only active during night passes and at weekends. Please use up to 25W EIRP
Oscar 7AO 7 (Mode A) 29.400-29.500 145.850-145.950 29.502 CW Not usable in eclipse. When continuously illuminated, the mode will alternate between A and B every 24 hours
Oscar 7AO 7 (Mode B) 145.975-145.925 432.125-432.175 145.9775 Not usable in eclipse. When continuously illuminated, the mode will alternate between A and B every 24 hours
JAS-2FO 29 435.800-435.900 145.900-146.000 435.795 Has a Digitalker that's rarely used on 435.910 FM
FUNcube-3EO 79 145.935-145.965 435.035-435.065 145.815 BPSK/CW Transponder will be active after the primary mission is complete
UKube-1 145.930-145.950 435.080-435.060 145.840   In commissioning - not all downlinks are active

Updated: 2015-10-25

Satellite predictions generated by the predict4java library