AMATEUR RADIO STATION ONBOARD THE ISS GOES ON FM REPEATER MODE
The ARISS program is pleased to announce that the amateur radio equipment aboard the International Space Station is now operating in cross-band repeat mode. We realize that many will miss the packet-operating mode. However, cross-band repeat allows further experimentation of the ISS amateur radio system
The downlink for this operating mode remains the same, so listen for the station on 145.80 MHz. The new uplink frequency is 437.80 MHz.
All frequencies are subject to Doppler shifting. For further information on working satellites and adjusting for Doppler shift, please review Emily Clark's (W0EEC) excellent presentation on AMSAT's website, http://www.amsat.org/amsat-new/information/faqs/Intro_sats.pdf
Scott H. Stevens, N3ASA
Frank H. Bauer, KA3HDO
Gaston Bertels, ON4WF