ISS cross-band voice repeater

| September 1, 2017

The cross-band voice repeater aboard the International Space Station has been set up by the Russian team to help get telemetry from their satellites.

Although some amateurs report communicating via the repeater, ARISS would like to remind amateurs that it has not officially been activated for amateur contacts.

When the ARISS voice repeater is active and authorised for general amateur voice contacts the uplink frequency is 437.800MHz FM, downlinking on 145.800MHz FM downlink.

Meanwhile, if you would like to try receiving the Tanusha telemetry, technical details are on the Southwest State University Space Activity page at

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