CO-65 GMSK 9600bps


CO-65 L/U GMSK 9600bps digipeater is now scheduled every weekend
over the world wide. You can digipeat via CO-65 GMSK 9600bps.
GMSK is compatible with G3RUH 9600 baud modulation.


 L/U first decode
 L/U first digipeat
 L-band my antenna
 9k6 Digipeater hint
 Digipeat success
 Digipeat decoded
 MessageBox
 APRS format
 1.2GHz status


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Up 1267.600MHz / Down 437.475MHz, GMSK 9k6
Unproto APRS via JQ1YTC

 Up         Down
1267.573   437.484  AOS
1267.579   437.482
1267.585   437.480
1267.591   437.478
1267.600   437.475  TCA
1267.609   437.472
1267.615   437.470
1267.621   437.468
1267.627   437.466  LOS


CO-65's Grand Station says:
> Updated open schedule of digipeater mission in November 2008
> are as follows:
> 11/ 1(Sat) 12:25 - 11/ 3(Mon) 00:22
> 11/21(Fri) 01:23 - 11/24(Mon) 00:31
> 11/28(Fri) 01:57 - 12/ 1(Mon) 01:06
> (Coordinate Universal Time(UTC))
> 
> Digipeater will be closed (OFF) during the day which does not
> listed above.
> 
> On/Off time may be slightly changed on account of operating conditions.
> In addition to this, if the satellite was restarted due to unpredicted
> reason, digipeater will be turned off.
> We'll do our best to conduct amateur service mission as scheduled above,
> but here'll be some cases that we couldn't operate it because of absence
> of operators.


CO-65 L/U GMSK test


(C) Tokyo Institute of Technology

 
CO-65 L/U G3RUH first decoded!




JA5BLZ>CQ,JQ1YTC* [10/24/08  20:21:09] <UI>:GE ALL
JH4BTI>CQ,JQ1YTC* [10/25/08  09:55:02] <UI>::SAT      :HELLO ALL
JH4BTI>CQ,JQ1YTC* [10/25/08  09:55:16] <UI>::SAT      :HELLO ALL
JH4BTI>CQ,JQ1YTC* [10/25/08  09:55:35] <UI>::SAT      :HELLO ALL
JH4BTI>CQ,JQ1YTC* [10/25/08  09:55:41] <UI>::SAT      :HELLO ALL
JH4BTI>CQ,JQ1YTC* [10/25/08  09:56:23] <UI>:CQ CQ DE  JH4BTI  Via CO-65
JH4BTI>CQ,JQ1YTC* [10/25/08  09:56:26] <UI>:CQ CQ DE  JH4BTI  Via CO-65
JH4BTI>CQ,JQ1YTC* [10/25/08  09:56:35] <UI>:CQ CQ DE  JH4BTI  Via CO-65
JH4BTI>CQ,JQ1YTC* [10/25/08  09:56:38] <UI>:CQ CQ DE  JH4BTI  Via CO-65


My 9600_signal?



 
L-band my antenna




 
CO-65 9k6 first digipeat

[1267.600MHz / 437.475MHz GMSK(G3RUH) 9600bps @ JQ1YTC]

JA5BLZ>CQ,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:05:46] <UI>:GE ALL
JA5BLZ>CQ,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:06:09] <UI>:GE ALL
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:06:14] <UI R>:Hello via CO-65 9k6
JA5BLZ>CQ,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:06:54] <UI>:GE ALL
JH4BTI>APRS,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:07:14] <UI>::SAT      :HELLO ALL
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:08:52] <UI R>:Hello via CO-65 9k6
JH4BTI>APRS,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:09:20] <UI>::JA5BLZ   :UR 599 TU DE JH4BTI
JA0CAW>CQ,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:09:39] <UI>::JE9PEL   :GE
JA0CAW>CQ,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:09:43] <UI>::JE9PEL   :GE
JH4BTI>APRS,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:09:49] <UI>::JE9PEL   :UR 599 TU DE JH4BTI
JA0CAW>CQ,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:09:57] <UI>::JA5BLZ   :GE
JH4BTI>APRS,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:10:43] <UI>::JE9PEL   :UR 599 TU DE JH4BTI
JA5BLZ>CQ,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:10:46] <UI>::JA0CAW   :TNX QSO 73
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:10:56] <UI R>::JA0CAW   :Hello via CO-65 9k6
JH4BTI>APRS,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:11:05] <UI>::JE9PEL   :UR 599 TU DE JH4BTI
JH4BTI>APRS,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:12:09] <UI>::JE9PEL   :UR 599 TU DE JH4BTI
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:12:20] <UI R>::JH4BTI   :Hello via CO-65 9k6
JA0CAW>CQ,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:13:10] <UI>::JE9PEL   :GE
JA0CAW>CQ,JQ1YTC* [12/27/08  21:13:13] <UI>::JE9PEL   :GE





L-band stack
HGL-1232(MAKI): 1200 Loop, 32x2, 24dBi




JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [01/10/09  20:45:14] <UI R>::SAT      :Hello via CO-65 9k6
JH1BCL>CQ,JQ1YTC* [01/10/09  20:45:16] <UI>::JH0JMA   :GE UR 599 TU vir CO-65 GMSK
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [01/10/09  20:45:21] <UI R>::SAT      :Hello via CO-65 9k6
 
Received data  by JH1BCL @ CO-65 9k6


CO-65 GMSK 9k6 digipeat

GMSK is now scheduled every weekend over the world wide.
You can digipeat via CO-65 GMSK 9k6.

Up 1267.600MHz / Down 437.475MHz, GMSK 9k6
Unproto APRS via JQ1YTC

CO-65, 11:54-12:07UTC, 21Feb2009, Mel 82deg, GMSK 9600bps
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  11:56:30] <UI R>:Hello via CO-65 9k6
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  11:56:44] <UI R>:Hello via CO-65 9k6
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  11:57:12] <UI R>:Hello via CO-65 9k6
JH4BTI>APRS,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  11:57:15] <UI>::SAT      :HELLO ALL Via  CO-65
JH4BTI>APRS,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  11:57:21] <UI>::SAT      :HELLO ALL Via  CO-65
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  11:58:23] <UI R>:=3523.05N/13936.61E- Yokohama Japan {UIV32}
JA0CAW>CQ,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  11:58:26] <UI>::JE9PEL   :GE
JA5BLZ>CQ,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  11:59:09] <UI>:GE ALL
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  11:59:34] <UI R>::JA0CAW   :Hello via CO-65 9k6
JA0CAW>CQ,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  11:59:44] <UI>::JE9PEL   :GE
JA5BLZ>CQ,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  12:02:26] <UI>::JA0CAW   :73 BYE
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  12:02:33] <UI R>:=3523.05N/13936.61E- Yokohama Japan {UIV32}
JA0CAW>CQ,JQ1YTC* [02/21/09  12:02:40] <UI>::JA5BLZ   :73

 
CO-65 9k6 Digipeater hint

Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: CO-65 9k6 Digipeater hint... Award needed ? 
From: Mineo Wakita
Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 09:49:38 +0900 

Yes, the uplink frequency is 1267.603 MHz.
Up 1267.603MHz / Down 437.475MHz, GMSK 9k6
Unproto APRS via JQ1YTC

 Up         Down
1267.576   437.484  AOS
1267.603   437.475  TCA
1267.630   437.466  LOS

CO-65 continue doing ON of a transponder all the time
for these periods in March 2009.

> 2/28(Sat)12:29 - 3/02(Mon) 0:38
> 3/06(Fri)12:57 - 3/09(Mon) 1:13
> 3/14(Sat) 1:23 - 3/16(Mon) 0:12
> 3/20(Fri)12:31 - 3/23(Mon) 0:46
> 3/27(Fri)11:30 - 3/30(Mon) 1:22
> Coordinate Universal Time, UTC

When it is the elevation more than about 30 degrees,
you will be able to digipeat your GMSK signals.

And you need to give power more than about 10 watts,
and it's necessary to use a pre-amp for downlink
because the output power from CO-65 is 300[mW].
This is VERY VERY weak output power from CO-65.

UI-View32 with TNC modeled G3RUH
L-band loop antenna, 32 ele x 2, 24dBi
U-band cubical quad, 14 ele x 1, 16dBd
U-band preamp, RFgain 20dB

Today 00:20-00:32UTC, 1st Mar 2009, Mel 49deg, GMSK 9600bps
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [03/01/09  00:27:13] <UI R>::SAT      :Hello via CO-65 9k6
JA5BLZ>CQ,JQ1YTC* [03/01/09  00:27:51] <UI>::JE9PEL   :HELLO VIA CO-65
JA5BLZ>CQ,JQ1YTC* [03/01/09  00:30:37] <UI>:73 ALL
JH1BCL>CQ,JQ1YTC* [03/01/09  00:30:40] <UI>::JA5BLZ   :RGR TNX MSG 73
Decoded by JA0CAW

CO-65 GMSK 9k6 should be now ON all the time on every weekend.
I think that it's made if you transmit and receive it precisely.

JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [03/08/09  11:48:51] <UI R>:=3523.05N/13936.61E- Yokohama Japan {UIV32}
JE9PEL>APRS,JQ1YTC* [03/08/09  11:50:05] <UI R>::JA5BLZ   :Hello via CO-65 9k6


  
(C)JARL

Uplink  1267.600MHz TH-59(KENWOOD)
Downlink 437.475MHz DJ-C5(ALINCO)  300mW

CO-65 has the transceiver which modified these into it.

http://lss.mes.titech.ac.jp/ssp/cute1.7/amateur_service_e.html
http://lss.mes.titech.ac.jp/ssp/cute1.7/subsystem_comm_e.html

 
CO-65 digipeat success!

CO-65, 00:24-00:36UTC 07Jun2009, Mel 51deg East
Up 1267.600MHz / Down 437.475MHz, 9600bps GMSK
Fm JE9PEL To APRS Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[00:28:06]
Hello via CO-65
Fm JE9PEL To APRS Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[00:28:13]
Hello via CO-65
Fm JE9PEL To APRS Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[00:28:15]
Hello via CO-65
Fm JE9PEL To APRS Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=29 >[00:28:21]
JE9PEL ALL    Hello via CO-65
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=23 >[00:28:46]
:JE9PEL   :GM UR 599 TU
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=23 >[00:29:43]
:JE9PEL   :GM UR 599 TU
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=23 >[00:29:46]
:JE9PEL   :GM UR 599 TU
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=23 >[00:29:51]
:JE9PEL   :GM UR 599 TU
Fm JE9PEL To APRS Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=29 >[00:31:24]
JE9PEL ALL    Hello via CO-65
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=23 >[00:31:37]
:JE9PEL   :GM UR 599 TU
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=23 >[00:31:39]
:JE9PEL   :GM UR 599 TU
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=23 >[00:31:42]
:JE9PEL   :GM UR 599 TU
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=23 >[00:31:46]
:JE9PEL   :GM UR 599 TU
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=23 >[00:31:57]
:JE9PEL   :GM UR 599 TU
Fm JQ1YTC To JE9PEL <UI pid=F0 Len=29 >[00:32:14]
JE9PEL ALL    Hello via CO-65
Fm JQ1YTC To JE9PEL <UI pid=F0 Len=29 >[00:32:26]
JE9PEL ALL    Hello via CO-65
Fm JQ1YTC To JE9PEL <UI pid=F0 Len=29 >[00:32:27]
JE9PEL ALL    Hello via CO-65
Fm JQ1YTC To JE9PEL <UI pid=F0 Len=29 >[00:32:30]
JE9PEL ALL    Hello via CO-65
Fm JQ1YTC To JE9PEL <UI pid=F0 Len=29 >[00:32:31]
JE9PEL ALL    Hello via CO-65
Fm JA5BLZ To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=24 >[00:32:37]
:JE9PEL   :HELLO VIA SAT
Fm JH1BCL To APRS Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=23 >[00:32:50]
:JE9PEL   :GM UR 599 TU

 
CO-65 digipeat decoded

CO-65, 00:19-00:31UTC 23Sep2009, Mel 41deg East
Up 1267.600MHz / Down 437.475MHz, 9600bps GMSK

When AOS, Height: 632km, Distance: 2790km
When TCA, Height: 629km, Distance:  920km
When LOS, Height: 627km, Distance: 2930km
Equipment: Hard TNC241 + TMB965 + UISS

When the digipeat was made last at 00:29:54UTC as bellow, the uplink and
downlink frequency is Up 1267.6320MHz / Down 437.4654MHz, so 4kHz are higher
than the announced uplink frequency. The position of the satellite of this time
was less than 5 degrees elevation in a south direction.

Fm JA5BLZ To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=6 >[00:27:15]
GM ALL
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=21 >[00:27:33]
YOI YOI YOKUMIETEMASU
Fm JE9PEL To APRS Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[00:28:28]
Hello via CO-65
Fm JA5BLZ To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=27 >[00:28:56]
:JE9PEL   :HELLO  VIA CO-65
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[00:29:03]
NEW SYSTEM? HW?
Fm JE9PEL To APRS Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[00:29:26]
Hello via CO-65
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=6 >[00:29:34]
73 ALL
Fm JH1BCL To CQ Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=6 >[00:29:39]
73 ALL
Fm JE9PEL To APRS Via JQ1YTC* <UI pid=F0 Len=15 >[00:29:54]
Hello via CO-65



 
CO-65 MessageBox format



Command list,
http://lss.mes.titech.ac.jp/ssp/cute1.7/amateur_service_e.html

UISS settings,
To: JQ1YTC
Via: (blank)
Text: JE9PEL ALL    Hello via CO-65


CO-65 MessageBox success

CO-65 degipeater and Message Box are now operating every weekend over the world wide.
I succeeded today, 28Jun2009, in access Message Box of CO-65 as follows (ID:6).

CO-65, 09:31-09:44JST, 28 Jun 2009, Ele 62deg East
Up 1267.600MHz / Dn 437.475MHz, 9600bps GMSK

Fm JQ1YTC To JA5BLZ <UI P/F pid=F0 Len=22 >[00:37:30]
GM ALL [via cute] ID:4
Fm JQ1YTC To JE9PEL <UI P/F pid=F0 Len=45 >[00:38:44]
JE9PEL ALL    Hello via CO-65 [via cute] ID:6


CO-65 MessageBox command

Up 1267.600MHz / Dn 437.475MHz, 9600bps GMSK
CO-65, 10:13-10:25JST 26Jul2009, Mel 41deg West
Command: countmsg, timeplease

Fm JQ1YTC To JA5BLZ <UI P/F pid=F0 Len=21 >[01:20:18]
No message was found.
Fm JQ1YTC To JA5BLZ <UI P/F pid=F0 Len=21 >[01:20:34]
Now 26 saved messages
Fm JQ1YTC To JH1BCL <UI P/F pid=F0 Len=40 >[01:20:42]
:JA5BLZ   :GM UR 599 TU [via cute] ID:27
Fm JQ1YTC To JA5BLZ <UI P/F pid=F0 Len=40 >[01:22:19]
Cute Onboard Time is 2007/02/01 00:06:34


CO-65, 21:05-21:17JST 26Jul2009, Mel 79deg West

Fm JQ1YTC To JA5BLZ <UI pid=F0 Len=6 >[12:07:16]
GE ALL
Fm JQ1YTC To JA0CAW <UI pid=F0 Len=19 >[12:07:48]
JA0CAW ALL    HELLO
Fm JQ1YTC To JE9PEL <UI pid=F0 Len=29 >[12:08:43]
JE9PEL ALL    Hello via CO-65
Fm JQ1YTC To JE9PEL <UI pid=F0 Len=29 >[12:08:51]
JE9PEL ALL    Hello via CO-65
Fm JQ1YTC To JE9PEL <UI pid=F0 Len=44 >[12:08:56]
=3523.05N/13936.61E- Yokohama Japan {UISS52}





CO-65 MessageBox and Digipeater
http://www.ne.jp/asahi/hamradio/je9pel/ct17gms2.htm


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