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The AMSAT Journal

The AMSAT Journal is a bi-monthly magazine for amateur radio in space enthusiasts, published by the Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (AMSAT). Each issue is your source for hardware and software projects, technical tips, STEM initiatives, operational activities, and news from around the world. Join AMSAT today to get immediate access to the latest issue and archived issues of The AMSAT Journal.

November/December 2020

Inside the Current Issue

  • Apogee View - Robert Bankston, KE4AL
  • Engineering Update
  • Educational Relations Update - Alan Johnston, KU2Y
  • Development Update - Frank Karnauskas, N1UW
  • For Beginners — Amateur Radio Satellite Primer VIII – Keith Baker, KB1SF/VA3KSF
  • Working FalconSat-3 Packet BBS with the Kenwood TH-D72A - Brian Wilkins, KO4AQF
  • Testing a More Fade-resistant BPSK Demodulator for Fox Linear Transponder Spacecraft - Chris Thompson, G0KLA/AC2CZ
  • The Success Story of SMOG-P, the World's Smallest Satellite - Gabor Geczy
  • Starting My Adventure With Amateur Radio Satellites - James Johnson, VE7HJ

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