Geostationary satellite Es’hail-2 / QO-100

Es'hail-2 geostationary satellite carrying amateur radio transponders launched from the Kennedy Space Center on Thursday 15. November 2018 O 20:46 GMT and is now in geostationary orbit at 25,9 ° east position. These are the first amateur radio transponders, which will reach geostationary orbit and is expected, that will connect radio amateurs from Brazil to Thailand.

Narrowband linear transponder QO-100

2 400 050 – 2 400 300 MHz uplink
10489,550 – 10489,800 MHz downlink

Broadband digital transponder QO-100

2401 500 – 2409 500 MHz Uplink
10491 000 – 10 499 000 MHz downlink

http://websdr.is0grb.it:8901/ the link to SDRWEB satellite radio will serve you for reception at the beginning .

The Es'hail-2 geostationary satellite does not require antenna rotation, is in a permanent position. All you have to do is connect a 2W transmitter to the band 2,4 GHz and you are there! You monitor your activity on http://websdr.is0grb.it:8901/

OM0MS-Stevo https://www.qrz.com/db/OM0MS appeared on the satellite as the first from Slovakia. Since then I have made many stations from the South Pole, Brazil to Indonesia. You have already tried it from Slovakia 40 stations this operation. An interesting operation is DATV TV already in DVB-S2 H265 quality. It is currently operated by OM1II and OM0MS.

The beginnings and videos are presented on the OM0MS site https://www.qrz.com/db/OM0MS

The OM0MS shit

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