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ARISS MOVES CLOSER TO LAUNCHING NEW RADIO SYSTEM TO SPACE STATION

ARISS MOVES CLOSER TO LAUNCHING NEW RADIO SYSTEM TO SPACE STATION Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) reports it has met a major milestone and now is “one giant step” closer to flying its new interoperable radio system to the International Space Station. Eventual plans call for installing a new JVC Kenwood TM-D710GA-based radio system on the station as part of an overall approach that will allow greater interoperability between the Columbus module and the Russian Service Module. Lou McFadin, W5DID, and Kerry Banke, N6IZW, travelled to NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston in mid-February for preliminary testing of Banke’s “breadboard” version of the ARISS multi-voltage power supply that’s essential to the upgrade.    More



(Source: ARRL - Mar 15)

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