Radcom, Getting Started on Amateur Radio Satellites. If you require technical information try this handy guide, it’s packed with all of the information you could require just Click ths box
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This is the Eantenna Duosat which is something a bit special to say the least, as you see it has a handle for easy use with satellites, it’s quite lightweight but the best thing about this antenna is, unlike the Arrow Antenna which has a maximum power output of 10 Watts, the Eantenna has a maximum output power of 500 Watts, Yes a staggering 500 Watts of power, that makes this not just a satellite antenna but armed with tripod it also becomes a special portable 2m 70cm antenna too, this is really awesome. £119 from Martin Lynch during Decembers hog roast day , money well spent I say. This is going to make summer very enjoyable in my reckoning.
One of the best things you can do to get started in Satellite Radio is checkout Amsat UK, Their site is packed with loads of information regarding Low Earth Orbit, High Earth Orbit and Geostationary satellites (The ones that remain constant above a certain area of the planet, like Astra the one’s that bring you Sky TV)
Another good idea would be to work S0-50 (Saudisat 1C) On Amsat website again there is a mile of information but possibly none that is as good as the Howard Long guide, check it out here
Orbitron is a great satellite tracking program,  for radio amateur and observing purposes. It's also used by weather professionals, satellite communication users, astronomers, UFO hobbyist and even astrologers. Application shows the positions of satellites at any given moment (in real or simulated time). It's FREE (Cardware) and it's probably one of the easiest and most powerful satellite trackers, Go to their downloads page
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This is the Eantenna Duosat which is something a bit special to say the least, as you see it has a handle for easy use with satellites, it’s quite lightweight but the best thing about this antenna is, unlike the Arrow Antenna which has a maximum power output of 10 Watts, the Eantenna has a maximum output power of 500 Watts, Yes a staggering 500 Watts of power, that makes this not just a satellite antenna but armed with tripod it also becomes a special portable 2m 70cm antenna too, this is really awesome. £119 from Martin Lynch during Decembers hog roast day , money well spent I say. This is going to make summer very enjoyable in my reckoning.
One of the best things you can do to get started in Satellite Radio is checkout Amsat UK, Their site is packed with loads of information regarding Low Earth Orbit, High Earth Orbit and Geostationary satellites (The ones that remain constant above a certain area of the planet, like Astra the one’s that bring you Sky TV)
Another good idea would be to work S0-50 (Saudisat 1C) On Amsat website again there is a mile of information but possibly none that is as good as the Howard Long guide, check it out here
Orbitron is a great satellite tracking program,  for radio amateur and observing purposes. It's also used by weather professionals, satellite communication users, astronomers, UFO hobbyist and even astrologers. Application shows the positions of satellites at any given moment (in real or simulated time). It's FREE (Cardware) and it's probably one of the easiest and most powerful satellite trackers, Go to their downloads page
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