WA8LMF Mirror of WB4APR Website - 21 July 2008 LIVE HF RADIO

TODAY's MIR Pass Files

Bob Bruninga, WB4APR, US Naval Academy Satellite Lab, Annapolis, MD

This page displays the contents of the amateur radio downlink from MIR as monitored in Annapolis Maryland. Typically MIR's orbit crosses Maryland 6 or 7 times a day, so the last eight orbits are captured and made available here. Times shown are START times.

  • 1422z on 08-25-1999
  • 1601z on 08-25-1999
  • 0652z on 08-26-1999
  • 1003z on 08-26-1999
  • 1532z on 08-24-1999
  • 1708z on 08-24-1999

  • OUR STATION: Our MIREX station consists of nothing but a 19" whip antenna feeding a common 2mFM receiver and TNC. The output of the TNC is plugged into one of the office RS-232 terminal servers which has been TELNETted to www.mirex.net port 23

    FUTURE: We are looking for other MIREX groundstations to TELNET their TNC output live to us. Stations in Madrid, Mexico, Taiwan and Chicago are under contruction. When complete, you will be able to see LIVE TNC packets from MIR over most parts of the world by TELNETting to www.mirex.net port 23.

    BACKGROUND: For further details and to see what this is all about see the complete Report.

    Return to the APRS HOMEPAGE

    The Naval Academy is a registered user of APRS and WinAPRS. The purpose of this web page is to show several applications currently in use at this site and should not be considered as an advertisement or an endorsement of any commercial product.

    WA8LMF Mirror of WB4APR Website - 21 July 2008