OUFTI-1 is a nano-satellite entirely developed by the students of the University of Liege (ULg), Belgium, along with two other engineering schools. It is the first satellite to carry a dedicated amateur radio D-STAR transponder.
OUFTI-1 – 145.950 MHz FSK AX25 and D-STAR (uplink 435.045 MHz) – CW beacon 145.980 MHz
When D-STAR repeater will be active, the frequencies are 435.045 MHz for uplink and 145.950 MHz for downlink. More information will be available soon.
The beacon of OUFTI-1 transmits continuously 100mW at 145,980MHz, during 2 minutes every 3 minutes (2 min ON – 1 min OFF).
OUFTI-1 CW BEACON Receive 22:00 UTC , April 28 2016
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