•  Tutorial on ham radio satellite tracking
     
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  •  How to work amateur radio satellites with your handheld (HT) radio
     
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AE6LX from http://www.worldwidedx.com gives detailed instructions and a demonstration on how to communicate with other hams through satellites using a handheld radio. Join the virtual W9WDX Worldwidedx.com Amateur Radio Club at http://www.worldwidedx.com!
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  •  Catching Satellites on Ham Radio
     
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My favorite ham activity is making contacts via satellites. Not only is there the romantic notion of sending messages into outer space, but you have to trace the orbit of the satellite with your antenna while tuning the radio, to compensate for the Doppler effect.
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  •  ARISS Frequencies
     
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  •  Getting Started Contacting the ISS
     
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If you have a two meter walkie or mobile radio, it's easy to make contact with the International Space Station. Take a look at the notes below.
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  •  Working FM satellites with a handheld radio and homemade antenna
     
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Just a compilation of some ham radio contacts via the Amateur Radio Satellites, this is a video that went with my class presented at the ARRL NW Divison Convention in Seaside, Oregon.
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  •  How to Work Amateur Ham Radio Satellite w Baofeng UV5R MFJ on Saudisat SO-50
     
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This video demonstrates requirements needed to communicate via Amateur Ham Radio Satellite using an inexpensive $50 Baofeng UV5R Dual Band Radio and MFJ dual band antenna from Amazon.
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  •  $4.00 Ham Radio Satellite Antenna
     
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An easy hand-held dual band 2 m/70 cm yagi satellite antenna for working the SO-50 and other FM amateur radio satellites. For more information: http://www.amateurradio.bz/4_dollar_satellite_antenna.html
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  •  Hams in Space Antenna Options for HT Satellite Use
     
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Hand Held Antennas for Satellite Communications
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  •  Orbitron - Satellite Tracking System
     
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Orbitron is a satellite tracking system for radio amateur and observing purposes. It's also used by weather professionals, satellite communication users, astronomers, UFO hobbyist and even astrologers.
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  •  AMSAT
     
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  •  AMSAT (http://www.amsat.org)  (8 clicks)
The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (as AMSAT is officially known) was first formed in the District of Columbia in 1969 as an educational organization. Its goal was to foster Amateur Radio’s participation in space research and communication.
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