Since I became an astronomy enthusiast, I have been tracking satellites visually and using a telescope. It was only a few years ago when I learned that I can do more than just track the satellites, I can actually send and receive signals from them! In 2017, I acquired an amateur radio license from our local telecommunications bureau so I could legally operate a radio transmitter (two-way radio) capable of sending and receiving signals to and from amateur radio satellites in orbit!
This page documents my progress in accessing amateur radio satelites in low-earth orbit using low-cost and homebrewed radio equipment.
My DIY Satellite Ground Station DU1AU
DIY Satellite Antenna
Portable Satellite Radio Setup
DIY Satellite Tracker
Talk on Amateur Radio Satellites (UP-RI NOAH)
Receiving NOAA Satellite Images
Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS)
DIY Arduino Terminal Node Controller (TNC)
PSAT2 SSTV Images
Night Sky in Focus Astronomy and Amateur Radio © Anthony Urbano (Manila, Philippines)