[00:00] <nats`> that's not true anymore
[00:00] <nats`> I did some years ago
[00:01] <nats`> but I gave up about 8 month ago
[00:01] <oh2kku> you just don't have new enough asic machines
[00:01] <nats`> :D
[00:01] <oh2kku> but then again maybe the miners are just dumb and do it to lose money
[00:02] <nats`> a big part of them yes
[00:02] <nats`> that's a little too late to rush into that
[00:03] <oh2kku> the hash rate graph has an impressive slope nowadays
[00:04] <oh2kku> (never mined/owned/used any btc)
[00:05] <nats`> the thing I would love to do is to grab all the bruteforcing power
[00:05] <nats`> :D
[00:08] <SpeedEvil> asics are useless for other things
[00:09] <nats`> so much square centimeter of silicon lost :|
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[00:16] Action: SpeedEvil has just purchased enough material to make a 60cm stainless steel balloon.
[00:16] <SpeedEvil> (I'm not doing this alas)
[00:16] <nats`> that's more interesting than BTC :D
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[00:17] <SpeedEvil> it would have a density of about 10*air
[00:17] <SpeedEvil> I want to use it to line a tiny rapid heating oven.
[00:17] <heathkid> use more and lighter helium!
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[00:17] <heathkid> :)
[00:17] <nats`> you need a rocket to fly that :p
[00:17] <nats`> a oven to do what ?
[00:18] <arko> use a vacuum, it's lighter than air
[00:18] <SpeedEvil> I want a proper multimode oven.
[00:18] <nats`> multimode ?
[00:18] <nats`> for reflow ?
[00:18] <SpeedEvil> steam, IR, convection, and the ability to come to heat in 30s.
[00:18] <SpeedEvil> food too.
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[00:19] <SpeedEvil> and insulated well.
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[00:32] Action: Laurenceb__ has been learning some 3D CAD
[00:32] <Laurenceb__> http://i.imgur.com/d0We5gZ.jpg
[00:32] <Laurenceb__> FreeCAD has povray import/export
[00:33] <Laurenceb__> need to try that next
[00:36] <SpeedEvil> hmm
[00:37] <SpeedEvil> Looks good.
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[00:47] <WillTablet> Hi
[00:48] <WillTablet> Realised I have a really easy week next week, two school trips, a Tchaikovsky concert and a day off.
[00:49] <SpeedEvil> :)
[00:50] <WillTablet> Though I do disagree with strike action
[00:52] <WillTablet> Some people like to get their views across by talking and negotiating. Others like to be greedy and hold the country hostage
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[00:57] <SpeedEvil> And both sides will argue they're the reasonable ones.
[00:58] <SpeedEvil> It's not always clear who's telling the truth without really detailed investigations.
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[01:07] <WillTablet> Yeah. What really annoys me is that they didn't have an in/out ballot.
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[01:07] <WillTablet> Both sides are wrong for the most part.
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[02:39] <DL7AD> good morning
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[02:41] <DL7AD> hm....
[02:54] <enkidu> morning
[02:55] <DL7AD> good morning enkidu
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[03:12] <heathkid> hello everyone!
[03:14] <heathkid> SpeedEvil: all you need is a 60m balloon out of the same mass of stainless steel... then we could work with it!
[03:14] <heathkid> well... maybe
[03:14] <heathkid> is anyone still awake?
[03:16] <enkidu> I am, DL7AD is awake too
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[03:57] <heathkid> hello
[03:57] <heathkid> sorry.. was away for a bit
[03:59] <enkidu> happens
[04:01] <heathkid> it does
[04:01] <heathkid> and will again.. have to take Jake (my dog out)... brb
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[04:03] <DL7AD> omg missed everything...
[04:04] <DL7AD> omg i flashed spagetthi code on my tacker....
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[04:05] <DL7AD> even in the beginning it was spagetthi but now i went more spagetthi
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[04:15] <heathkid> no, you didn't miss everything!
[04:15] <heathkid> oh
[04:15] <heathkid> spagetthi?
[04:15] <DL7AD> yep :)
[04:16] <heathkid> spaghetti bolognese or with meat balls?
[04:16] <DL7AD> hm no it has a taste like cabonara :D
[04:17] <heathkid> ewww
[04:18] <heathkid> hopefully not curdled!
[04:18] <DL7AD> noo ^^
[04:19] <heathkid> so it's not bricked?
[04:19] <DL7AD> bricked? :D
[04:19] <DL7AD> holy shit
[04:19] <heathkid> did you kill your tracker?
[04:20] <DL7AD> no its working. but the code is not looking fine
[04:20] <heathkid> ah
[04:20] <heathkid> our code for our traker works great... just testing different batteries right now
[04:20] <DL7AD> and its not switching off the gps so for when not needed
[04:21] Action: heathkid needs He or H badly!
[04:26] <enkidu> yesterday I had programming lab
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[04:27] <enkidu> I was told by my tutor to talk with dean about individual education
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[04:27] <enkidu> because after 5 minutes I solved all task mentioned for today
[04:30] <DL7AD> :)
[04:31] <enkidu> programming basics... things I gonna learn: 0; especially from guy that hates C++
[04:32] <DL7AD> lol okay.
[04:32] <enkidu> C++ is okay, especially with Qt
[04:32] <DL7AD> if you know a programming language every other language is easy to learn
[04:33] <DL7AD> never worked with c++ ^^ and now i do
[04:34] <enkidu> I switched to C++ from PHP
[04:35] <enkidu> now I even write some CGI apps with C++, as it is more powerful
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[06:17] <Mik_WD8MNV> i have a relatively stupid question...
[06:19] <Mik_WD8MNV> if people are using what is actually a tranceiver chip for their trackers... has anyone thought about building a receiver around that same module?
[06:20] <la3eq> quess it is cheaper to just buy a $20 RTL stick and use that as a receiver.
[06:21] <Mik_WD8MNV> for portable use instead of say an ft817
[06:21] <Mik_WD8MNV> maybe doe DFing the payload
[06:21] <Mik_WD8MNV> for*
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[06:25] <DL1SGP1> good morning :)
[06:25] <Mik_WD8MNV> morning
[06:26] <DL1SGP1> Hey Mik, getting late there while I get up
[06:27] <la3eq> any balloons going up today?
[06:27] <Mik_WD8MNV> true... but i'm kinda a late lighter anyway
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[06:27] <Mik_WD8MNV> nighter*
[06:27] <DL1SGP1> la3eq: SP3OSJ is about to be released I would say
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[06:27] <DL1SGP1> it just has been released
[06:28] <la3eq> DL1gp1 tnx info
[06:28] Nick change: DL1SGP1 -> DL1SGP
[06:28] <la3eq> DL1SGP tnx fer info
[06:30] <la3eq> anyone know the frequency of SP3OSJ? The maps does not say!
[06:32] <det> gm the freq for SP3OSJ is 437.700 MHz (it said so yesterday)
[06:32] <DL1SGP> yea that sounds about to be correct det
[06:32] <DL1SGP> and good morning to you :)
[06:35] <DL1SGP> 437.700 MHz USB, RTTY 50 Baud, 470Hz Shift, 7N2
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[06:39] <f5vnf> morning
[06:40] <DL1SGP> good morning f5vnf
[06:40] <f5vnf> my wife has just informed me it is 75 days to christmas, does that mean we will be up to B100 by then
[06:41] <DL1SGP> hehe
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[06:58] <x-f> good morning
[06:58] <Mik_WD8MNV> hi
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[07:45] <G0TDJ_Steve> Good Morning HAB world :-)
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[07:46] <DL1SGP> good morning steve
[07:46] <number10> morning
[07:46] <DL1SGP> morning number10
[07:46] <G0TDJ_Steve> Hey Felix :-)
[07:48] <G0TDJ_Steve> I see SP3OSJ is up
[07:48] <DL1SGP> yeap, taking to float :D
[07:48] <G0TDJ_Steve> Yeah, I see some interesting predictions on the map
[07:49] <DL1SGP> you mean heading towards UK :D
[07:49] <G0TDJ_Steve> Yep :-)
[07:49] <G0TDJ_Steve> He was going for a float as I recall. Perhaps trying to do a 'Leo' :D
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[07:51] <DL1SGP> indeed, and floaters like Denmark at present
[07:51] <DL1SGP> I fear it will be a bit too far north of me but we gonna see
[07:51] <DL1SGP> also weather is quite a challenge for the flight
[07:51] <DL1SGP> this morning radio greeted me "If you are from northern Germany you might be wondering why it still is as dark, do not worry, that is just the weather"
[07:52] <G0TDJ_Steve> LOL.. Cripes. We're supposedly getting rain here and I've woken up to a bright sunny morning?
[07:52] <DL1SGP> yes well I hope he has more luck with floating this time, in the past the goddess of the mythical floats was not with him too much, but I guess after a few trackers having been sacrificed she will be willing to let it float now
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[07:53] <G0TDJ_Steve> Yes, I wish him luck too. Looks OK so far. Needs ore height.
[07:53] <DL1SGP> indeed
[07:53] <G0TDJ_Steve> I just noticed the solar input too.. Cool.
[07:54] <Mik_WD8MNV> and if it somehow goes sour, let it be over land
[07:54] <G0TDJ_Steve> We can hope Mik
[07:55] <DL1SGP> if it should come close equipment is ready, as usual
[07:55] <G0TDJ_Steve> What area are you in Felix?
[07:55] <DL1SGP> Hannover
[07:56] <DL1SGP> or if you know a bit about British Forces in Germany Celle/Bergen Area :D
[07:56] <DL1SGP> though... they are almost all gone now :(
[07:56] <G0TDJ_Steve> Sadly, my goegraphy is really bad, second only to my math LOL :D
[07:56] <DL1SGP> check QRZ.com :)
[07:56] <G0TDJ_Steve> I have you on the map now
[07:57] <G0TDJ_Steve> Tracker
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[07:58] <DL1SGP> no that is DL2OAU :) friend of mine
[07:58] <DL1SGP> but he is close to me so that gives you the idea
[07:58] <DL1SGP> I am a bit north east from his location
[07:58] <DL1SGP> let me put my tower on the map :D
[07:58] <G0TDJ_Steve> I should have clicked on the towers :-)
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[08:02] <DL1SGP> I should appear in a moment
[08:03] <G0TDJ_Steve> OK
[08:04] <G0TDJ_Steve> My tower is still on the map from my testing yesterday.
[08:04] <DL1SGP> checking on tropo conditions
[08:05] <G0TDJ_Steve> Got you now :-)
[08:07] <DL1SGP> tropo not really useful in the north, quite good in south italy!
[08:07] <G0TDJ_Steve> It's going up really slowly
[08:08] <DL1SGP> better slow ascent than fast descent
[08:09] <G0TDJ_Steve> True
[08:10] <x-f> unless you have a payload you wouldn't want to loose :)
[08:10] <G0TDJ_Steve> Have you got a few spare moments Felix?
[08:10] <fsphil> a pico heading towards the uk? unusual :)
[08:10] <DL1SGP> hehe x-f
[08:10] <DL1SGP> you saw the picture of what he is flying today, right G0TDJ_Steve?
[08:10] <DL1SGP> http://s12.postimg.org/nwwrtudil/image.jpg
[08:10] <G0TDJ_Steve> Anyone actually... I just want someone to check my blog entry for accuray
[08:11] <G0TDJ_Steve> Yes, I saw yesterday
[08:11] <G0TDJ_Steve> Interesting configuration
[08:13] <Mik_WD8MNV> any estimates as to what alt it will float at?
[08:14] <G0TDJ_Steve> By the looks of it, it's floating now....
[08:15] <Mik_WD8MNV> still early... might heat up a bit?
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[08:16] <DL1SGP> not much warmer unless it gets some sunlight, have not checked weather for the area :D
[08:16] <DL1SGP> welcome back ibanezmatt13
[08:16] <ibanezmatt13> morning DL1SGP
[08:17] <fsphil> multi-balloon foil? I'm betting it won't float
[08:17] <G0TDJ_Steve> Hows that Phil?
[08:17] <ibanezmatt13> I have an error when I compile my program saying "conversion from double to float could result in possible loss of data," and that makes it fail. How can I get around that?! https://gist.github.com/ibanezmatt13/6919236
[08:18] <fsphil> that won't make it fail ibanezmatt13
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[08:18] <daveake> It's a warning
[08:19] <daveake> You care or you don't
[08:19] <DL1SGP> yeah that is just a warning... which often gets ignored :D
[08:19] <ibanezmatt13> a warning would make more sense but it won't run
[08:19] <ibanezmatt13> wait
[08:19] <fsphil> G0TDJ_Steve: there's always one balloon slightly more filled than the others, and it tends to burst. the dead weight of it will bring it slowly down
[08:19] <ibanezmatt13> nah, sorry it's something else. Just realised another error
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[08:19] <G0TDJ_Steve> Cheers fsphil
[08:19] <daveake> Something else ...
[08:20] <fsphil> G0TDJ_Steve: or maybe I'm not being optimisic enough :)
[08:20] <G0TDJ_Steve> :-)
[08:20] <daveake> ... time from some GPS units will have fractions of a second
[08:20] <fsphil> my predictions for pico balloons have been mostly wrong before
[08:20] <daveake> Your code refuses to accept a time like 12:34:56.78 for example
[08:20] <daveake> Which I've seen (though I don't remember which gps)
[08:21] <ibanezmatt13> err, should be fine for Ublox I believe
[08:21] <daveake> yes
[08:21] <fsphil> seen it too, also don't remember
[08:21] <daveake> just saying that it might not always work
[08:21] <fsphil> was my old usb gps module I think
[08:21] <ibanezmatt13> daveake, apparently the error is that the setLatitude identifier is not found. But I really can't see how that is so
[08:22] <daveake> ublox /should/ do it too if set for >1 reading per second
[08:22] <fsphil> ibanezmatt13: C reads from the top to the bottom
[08:22] <daveake> So it's worth fixing now rather than having a bug later if you need faster updates
[08:22] <ibanezmatt13> oh
[08:23] <ibanezmatt13> so the function needs to be declared before it gets to the call bit, aaah
[08:25] <mikestir> or you can add a forward declaration
[08:25] <mikestir> instead of the whole function
[08:25] <daveake> In some languages that's not needed, in which case the compiler has to pass through the code twice (at least) so it picks up the declaration at the bottom before the usage above it
[08:27] <ibanezmatt13> right, I've put all the parsing code into its own function and I've put the main() at the bottom that calls it. But the parsing function and the latitude function reference each other, so I'm not sure how I can get around that: https://gist.github.com/ibanezmatt13/6919236
[08:28] <ibanezmatt13> so the parse_NMEA() calls set latitude, and setLatitude() calls parse_NMEA :/
[08:28] <fsphil> dangerous
[08:28] <ibanezmatt13> dangerous...
[08:29] <daveake> dangerous
[08:29] <ibanezmatt13> cool
[08:29] <ibanezmatt13> :/
[08:29] <daveake> this isn't a "how do I get it to compile" question
[08:29] <daveake> (easy answer to that - forward declaration)
[08:30] <daveake> Generally, if A calls B calls A, you've got it wrong
[08:30] <ibanezmatt13> oh right
[08:31] <ibanezmatt13> well, A calls B to get the latitude sorted, and if the latitude cannot be sorted, B calls A again to retry
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[08:31] <ibanezmatt13> Which from a Python mind makes logical sense, but...
[08:31] <daveake> not really
[08:31] <daveake> this isn't a language thing
[08:31] <daveake> this is a "program gets stuck A calling B calling A ad infinitum" thing
[08:32] <number10> you can have A call A but I dont think we should go there
[08:32] <ibanezmatt13> that happens too :/
[08:32] <daveake> ibanezmatt13 There are some valid reasons for doing "A calls A" or "A calls B calls A", but they're rare
[08:33] <mikestir> you need to really know what you are doing if you are going to do any kind of recursive function calling in C
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[08:33] <daveake> And I can guarantee that this isn't one of them :)
[08:33] <mikestir> absolutely
[08:34] <ibanezmatt13> I can't think how else to do it if I'm honest
[08:34] <mikestir> B returns value to indicate success or failure, and A takes appropriate action
[08:35] <mfa298> the usual method would be to always return something but have something that indicates an error occured
[08:35] <ibanezmatt13> ah I see
[08:35] <ibanezmatt13> So I have a boolean like: latitude_ok = check_latitude(latitude);
[08:36] <ibanezmatt13> then in the same function, if latitude_ok = true { do all the stuff }
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[08:37] <mfa298> one of the standard solutions might be to return -1 for an error, but that won't be a good solution here for (hopefully) obvious reasons
[08:38] <ibanezmatt13> erm, I can't see why not :/
[08:39] <mfa298> what happens if the payload goes to the southern hemisphere ?
[08:39] <ibanezmatt13> couldn't it still return -1 for an error?
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[08:41] <ibanezmatt13> I see
[08:41] <ibanezmatt13> good point
[08:42] <number10> in my code I have a line that says I'll eat my hat if it goes to the southern hemisphere
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[08:43] <number10> I should also have a line in my pico coad that says I'll eat my hat if it floats
[08:43] <number10> code
[08:44] <number10> dyslexic keyboard
[08:44] <ibanezmatt13> lol
[08:45] <mfa298> you could decide that it's highly unlikely that it will ever cross the equator and treat -1 as an error but make sure you make a note (or several) in the code otherwise you'll forget (or someone else will try using it and make an assumption it's safe)
[08:46] <ibanezmatt13> can't I just return true or false/
[08:46] <mfa298> you could also use an impossible value to indicate an error (but again document it)
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[08:47] <mfa298> you could go for the method used by something like sscanf and return a true/false type value and store the correct value into a memory location passed to the function (good practice with pointers)
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[08:48] <daveake> Indeed. Things like if get_altitude(&altitude) ...
[08:48] <daveake> toooo late
[08:48] <fsphil> overflow
[08:48] <mfa298> he need sto get a proper irc client
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[08:50] <mfa298> if he can get that method working then it should be a good lesson in pointers
[08:51] <daveake> yup
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[09:00] <DL1SGP> hi SP3OSJ thanks for the launch
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[09:05] <nats`> hi
[09:05] <DL1SGP> hi nats`
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[09:09] <nats`> playing with fpga
[09:10] <nats`> someone know the actel series ?
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[09:14] <DL1SGP> meh time to get into rain, dog desires a walk
[09:17] <SP3OSJ> Flight to England
[09:24] <number10> looks like its floating
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[09:28] <SP3OSJ> start SP3OSJ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNeXdhQojWY&feature=youtu.be
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[09:55] <x-f> good luck with the flight, SP3OSJ
[09:56] <x-f> its direction is unusual :)
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[09:59] <SP3OSJ> thanks
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[10:02] <SP3OSJ> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQYQTFudrqc Later, the English version shall
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[10:14] <PA1SDB> Dial and tone SP3OSJ pse ?
[10:16] <PA1SDB> Btw, ga :-)
[10:17] <Mik_WD8MNV> try [23:35] <DL1SGP> 437.700 MHz USB, RTTY 50 Baud, 470Hz Shift, 7N2
[10:19] <SP3OSJ> no 50Baud - 100Baud
[10:19] <PA1SDB> Mik_WD8MNV Yes, that's what was announced. I like real life dial reports :-)
[10:19] <SP3OSJ> and ping-pong
[10:19] <PA1SDB> SP3OSJ. I use auto-configure :-)
[10:20] <PA1SDB> SP3OSJ Euh, I'm new here :-) What is Ping pong besides a chinese game ?
[10:21] <x-f> his payload transmits ping-pong-like tones between telemetry strings
[10:22] <PA1SDB> Aha. plok plok - plok plok :-)
[10:22] <SP3OSJ> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTZFIKm96Ao
[10:23] <DL2OAU> SP3OSJ, it flew direct over the house of our Polish friends in Kalisz Pomorski. Really a great float! Thank you.
[10:24] Action: bertrik thinks R2D2 sounds would be nice :)
[10:24] <PA1SDB> It is heading in my direction, so all equipment is ho and callibrated !
[10:26] <PA1SDB> ho = hot
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[10:28] <DL2OAU> I hope Denmark wakes up soon.
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[10:31] <G0TDJ_Steve> We need more remotes....
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[10:31] <G0TDJ_Steve> SP3OSJ: Is the Km the distance from launch please?
[10:32] <Steve_2e0vet> will RTSHAB1 be on spacenear.us any time soon??
[10:32] <SP3OSJ> 286km
[10:33] <G0TDJ_Steve> SP3OSJ: What MCU do you use in the payload?
[10:33] <G0TDJ_Steve> Steve_2e0vet: That launch is tomorrow
[10:34] <Steve_2e0vet> lol... thats the 2nd time this week I have been sat waiting for something to happen thats not been till the next day
[10:35] <G0TDJ_Steve> :-) Never mind Steve_2e0vet You can enjoy SP3OSJ's flight
[10:36] <bertrik> DL2OAU: maybe someone can set up a kind of balloon alert e-mail/SMS service, that sends you a message when a balloon is coming near.
[10:36] <x-f> SP3OSJ, does it calculate the distance in a straigth line between start and now or it is the actual distance it has made?
[10:37] <Steve_2e0vet> G0TDJ_Steve, think it will be more productive getting my 90 degrees hf vertical, vertical again
[10:37] <G0TDJ_Steve> Fair enough :-)
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[10:38] <SP3OSJ> This is not a line of millet is like a car route in kilometers
[10:38] <Steve_2e0vet> G0TDJ_Steve, there is only so long that bungees and ratchet straps will told it to the wall
[10:38] <G0TDJ_Steve> Steve_2e0vet: Sounds like it needs sorting!
[10:39] <G0TDJ_Steve> SP3OSJ: I'd be interested to see the code
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[10:39] <DL2OAU> bertrik, yes that would be nice. Maybe to special email adresses, that direct inform our mobile phones. I have to ask Felix, DL1SGP.
[10:40] <SP3OSJ> G0TDJ please email
[10:41] <G0TDJ_Steve> SP3OSJ: Sure, thanks
[10:41] <DL2OAU> bertrik: Yes that would be nice. Maybe to special email adresses, that direct inform our mobile phones. I have to ask Felix, DL1SGP.
[10:41] <DL1SGP> Moin Mathias!
[10:42] <DL2OAU> Guten Morgen Felix. Mein ersten Schritte in einem Chat. bertrik regte ein E-Mail-Vorwarnsystem an. Sehr interessant.
[10:42] <DL1SGP> ja. hoffe es geht dir gut schoen dich zu lesen
[10:43] <DL2OAU> highaltitude keeps up my mood, hi hi. Phantastische Projekte.
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[10:44] <G0TDJ_Steve> SP3OSJ: e-mail sent :-)
[10:45] <DL1SGP> Well what could be done is a subscriber based web service that checks the position of current flights in air against subscriber position, if that is 300km or less one could send a pre alert via email.
[10:45] <SP3OSJ> OK Tracker: [img]http://s12.postimg.org/w0293c9ot/image.jpg[/img] Konstrukcja: [img]http://s10.postimg.org/apminoum1/082.jpg[/img] Ciezar: [img]http://s7.postimg.org/u03vgqg7v/081.jpg[/img]
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[10:45] <DL1SGP> using sms based alerts would not be free as there is no free transfer... but if subscribers had an email addy dedicated to the service they could just poll that via smartphone
[10:46] <PE2G> DL2OAU: The French have an email service that sends an alert when there is a met-sonde landing forecast in your vicinity
[10:46] <PE2G> http://alerteselectroniques.fr/rs/
[10:46] <G0TDJ_Steve> Nice work SP3OSJ
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[10:48] <DL1SGP> I just gonna build a simple "beta system" as a freetime activity and DL2OAU can help me with testing :)
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[10:52] <DL2OAU> PE2G: Thanks for link!
[10:52] <LeoBodnar> looks like J-pole works well for GPS
[10:52] <PE2G> DL2OAU: NP
[10:52] <nats`> hi LeoBodnar ! \o/
[10:52] <nats`> what's that character oO
[10:53] <LeoBodnar> man in a hammock?
[10:53] <nats`> hey nice itnerpretation :D
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[10:53] <nats`> I did some progress :)
[10:53] <DL1SGP> Hey LeoBodnar welcome back around mate
[10:54] <G0TDJ_Steve> Hey Leo :-)
[10:54] <LeoBodnar> morning (just yet!)
[10:54] <G0TDJ_Steve> Well spotted, I didn't realise it was a J-Pole antenna
[10:55] <LeoBodnar> Do you have fire on board SP3OSJ ?
[10:55] <LeoBodnar> *onboard
[10:56] <LeoBodnar> +41C nice and warm!
[10:56] <G0TDJ_Steve> Leo, did you see the image http://s12.postimg.org/nwwrtudil/image.jpg ?
[10:57] <LeoBodnar> Cool! Cluster HAB
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[11:00] <PE2G> SP3OSJ: What is the current QRG?
[11:01] <DL1SGP> Welkom Terug Rene
[11:01] <G0TDJ_Steve> LeoBodnar: My strings just arrived :-)
[11:01] <PH3V> Goedemiddag DL1SGP :-)
[11:02] <DL1SGP> :)
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[11:02] <SP3OSJ> Now I do not know but was 437.699.100
[11:02] <PE2G> SP3OSJ: Thanks
[11:03] <G0TDJ_Steve> 437.700 MHz USB, RTTY 50 Baud, 470Hz Shift, 7N2
[11:03] <LeoBodnar> G0TDJ_Steve: whip up the soldering iron!
[11:03] <G0TDJ_Steve> LOL
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[11:04] <LeoBodnar> Are they OK Steve?
[11:05] <DL1SGP> Guitar strings for ant building?
[11:05] <G0TDJ_Steve> Roger
[11:05] <LeoBodnar> Calm down, calm down they are just strings
[11:05] <Geoff-G8DHE> Oh no we're not getting into String Theory are we ?
[11:05] <DL1SGP> wonderful, bits and pieces coming together for your flight next week Steve :)
[11:05] <G0TDJ_Steve> Sorry, I hit Caps lock by mistake
[11:06] <LeoBodnar> Lol I know
[11:06] <eroomde> someone tried explaining string theory to me once
[11:06] <DL2OAU> G0TDJ_Steve: autoconfigure says 100 Baud
[11:06] <Geoff-G8DHE> Aerials in 10 or 11 dimensions perhaps ;-)
[11:06] <eroomde> I haven't felt that unable to comprehend something technical for a really long time
[11:06] <SP3OSJ> 437,700 MHz USB, RTTY 100 Baud, 470Hz Shift 7N2
[11:07] <G0TDJ_Steve> DL2OAU: I was copying someones post from earlier I expect auto is correct
[11:10] <Laurenceb__> string theory is really very complex
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[11:10] <Laurenceb__> it also may well not be very real :P
[11:10] <Laurenceb__> *isn't
[11:10] <Reb-SM3ULC> G0TDJ_Steve: L1 redundancy as a networker would put it.. :)
[11:11] <G0TDJ_Steve> Over my head :-)
[11:12] <G0TDJ_Steve> SP3OSJ: Thanks for e-mail
[11:13] <SP3OSJ> G0TDJ: Steve, no problem
[11:15] <LeoBodnar> If I remember correct Feynman was sceptical of it
[11:16] <Reb-SM3ULC> PE2G: you have a horizontal antenna for tacking?
[11:16] <PE2G> Reb-SM3ULC: No, currently vertical only
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[11:18] <LeoBodnar> http://www.dummies.com/store/product/String-Theory-For-Dummies.productCd-047046724X.html
[11:18] <Reb-SM3ULC> PE2G: j-pole upwards for gps? wondered which element is for tracking.. :)
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[11:19] <LeoBodnar> I think GPS J-pole is horizontal Reb-SM3ULC
[11:20] <Laurenceb__> http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Dma2iCqgQpU
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[11:21] <Reb-SM3ULC> LeoBodnar: aah.
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[11:22] <Reb-SM3ULC> Maybe dumb question.. has anyone tried gps-fractal antenna such as http://www.fractus.com/index.php/fractus/srw_1.575/ ?
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[11:23] <SP3OSJ> salelites: 12 pieces The merit of the horizontal antenna j-pole?
[11:23] <DL2OAU> DL1SGP has sent an email-alert to Brian, OZ1SKY, about 30 minutes ago. I hope he finds that in time.
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[11:25] <Geoff-G8DHE> Herstmonceux Weather balloon on 404.8MHz at present
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[11:27] <bertrik> Geoff-G8DHE: I see one a weather sonde a 405.3 MHz
[11:27] <PE2G> bertrik: That's Essen 12 UTC
[11:28] <Geoff-G8DHE> Ah can't look that high at present my SDR covering 403-405
[11:28] <PE2G> http://predict.habhub.org/hourly/essen/
[11:29] <PE2G> Norderney is up too on 404.100
[11:29] <PE2G> http://predict.habhub.org/hourly/norderney/
[11:29] <Geoff-G8DHE> Ah didn't know I could do that! Move the baseband coverage without affecting the current VFO in SDR-Rado!
[11:30] <Geoff-G8DHE> Nope can't see anything on 405.3 little bit to far and still to low I suspect!
[11:32] <PE2G> Geoff-G8DHE: If all goes well, it will climb to ~32km
[11:32] <PE2G> Norderney as well
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[12:17] <SP3OSJ> who draw NOAA for SP3OSJ 3km altitude?
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[12:19] <PE2G> http://ready.arl.noaa.gov/hypubout/160637_trj001.gif
[12:20] <jcoxon> where is Brian when you need him :-)
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[12:21] <SP3OSJ> PE2G: Thnak you
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[12:24] <ibanezmatt13> what would be the general thing to do if you get bad data from the GPS when parsing NMEA for instance?
[12:25] <ibanezmatt13> in fact, stupid question
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[12:26] <Maxell> SP3OSJ: it's going to have a nice float over UK, will it still be tranmitting after so many hours flight?
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[12:30] <G0TDJ_Steve> Well done OZ1SKY :D
[12:31] <bertrik> is SQ9ATC testing?
[12:31] <G0TDJ_Steve> Must be
[12:31] <G0TDJ_Steve> Dunno where it's getting it's co-ords from!
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[12:32] <jcoxon> hehe there is brian
[12:33] <SP3OSJ> How would I know that cerebral balloon welcome United Kingom. Should I change the frequency 434 .... I had not thought about it:( It will be angry Queen :(
[12:34] <Maxell> Ofcom != SP3OSJ
[12:34] <Maxell> luckly :P
[12:34] <PE2G> Geoff-G8DHE: Essen is climbing through 32.7 km now
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[12:34] <la3eq> is SQ9ATC for real or is this boges data?
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[12:37] <jcoxon> la3eq, its not real data
[12:37] <la3eq> sq9atc is gone from the map now...must be some kind of error...
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[12:38] <jcoxon> la3eq, oh i deleted the random points
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[12:43] <la3eq> SQ9MDD still reporting bad data about SQ9ATC!
[12:43] <Maxell> testing
[12:43] <Maxell> not bad data
[12:43] <Maxell> the onboard gps hasnt got a fix
[12:44] <HA6NN> GA all :)
[12:44] <jcoxon> Maxell, well its making a mess of the map :-)
[12:44] <HA6NN> Does anyone know the frequency of SQ9ATC's balloon?
[12:44] <la3eq> so it's realy up in the air...
[12:44] <Upu> I'll block it in a min :)
[12:45] <la3eq> it's all over the place
[12:45] <Maxell> jcoxon: yeah, I found out the filter function is really effective
[12:45] <Maxell> la3eq: it isn;t flying
[12:45] <Maxell> (afaik)
[12:45] <HA6NN> SQ9ATC is not in menu of dl-fldigi!
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[12:46] <Maxell> HA6NN: it isn't flying, just testing.
[12:47] <la3eq> oh I see.....They should be blocked from the map untill GPS lock and relese time...but I guess they need to test for time to time...
[12:47] <Maxell> Well, you should not make the assumption that being on the maps means flying time
[12:47] <HA6NN> Maxell: I see.Thanks!
[12:47] <Maxell> always check the mailing list
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[12:47] <Maxell> HA6NN: :)
[12:48] <la3eq> my mistake then....I thought MAP info= Real fly time and data...
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[12:48] <jcoxon> now its got a lock
[12:48] <Upu> needs filter on it
[12:49] <Maxell> la3eq: the data is real, SQ9MDD is really uploading it. But the tracker is at 5 meters above the ground! :P
[12:49] <SP3OSJ> Temperature 32C! Or an error or the battery as soon as the explosion
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[12:50] <Maxell> Upu: I've heard approved flight default, testing map after pressing some buttons before.
[12:50] <Maxell> SP3OSJ: yeah, it has been 39C before
[12:51] <la3eq> it would also be a great help if the frequencys of the airborn balloons where on the map...
[12:52] <Maxell> la3eq: isn't it at https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!forum/ukhas ?
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[12:52] <HA6NN> la3eq: Quite rught!
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[12:52] <la3eq> don't know...never been there....i just look at map.
[12:52] <Maxell> Thats something the owner of the balloon should do
[12:52] <HA6NN> eee right...
[12:52] <Maxell> la3eq: :O
[12:53] <Maxell> la3eq: the mailling list is very inportant
[12:53] <Maxell> it's the place where they announce balloons
[12:53] <HA6NN> Maxell: May I know the address of that list?
[12:54] <Maxell> HA6NN: https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!forum/ukhas
[12:54] <HA6NN> RRRRRRR
[12:54] <Maxell> One hour ago about SP3OSJ's balloon: https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/ukhas/IS2RV7ZQ-uw
[12:56] <PE2G> SP3OSJ: Greifswald 12UTC reported -0.7 C at 3000m, Schleswig 12UTC, -3.3 C
[12:57] <SP3OSJ> ok
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[12:58] <DL7AD> SP3OSJ: how much weight does your balloon have?
[12:58] <PE2G> SP3OSJ: Could your temp readout be minus without decimal?
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[12:59] <PE2G> I mean: the real temp is -3.3 C now instead of +33 C ?
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[13:02] <Maxell> PE2G: hehe, I expected SP3OSJ balloon to output some internal chip temprature
[13:02] <Maxell> SP3OSJ: do you expect it to still be transmitting when it's over UK?
[13:04] <PE2G> Maxell: Maybe it's doing just that, without a minus and without a decimal?
[13:04] <SP3OSJ> DL7AD This is not the only one balloon - only hybrid 8x18" foil ballooons http://s12.postimg.org/nwwrtudil/image.jpg
[13:05] <LeoBodnar> Highest recorded was +43C at 11 UTC
[13:06] <PE2G> LeoBodnar: At what alt was that?
[13:07] <LeoBodnar> 3300m http://x-f.lv/dev/habitat-graphs/payload/120d309024cfd89edfcd528fa7873013#g/temperature_internal,battery,altitude
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[13:07] <LeoBodnar> set FROM date to early today
[13:08] <LeoBodnar> It went up by 10 degrees and then battery voltage came down a lot.
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[13:09] <LeoBodnar> Or rather battery voltage came down and temperature shot up like in a hot gas vent
[13:09] <OZ1SKY_Brian> Hi
[13:09] <LeoBodnar> Hi Brian
[13:10] <OZ1SKY_Brian> Guests left now. Funny beeb modes of SP balloon
[13:10] <OZ1SKY_Brian> Hi Leo
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[13:10] <LeoBodnar> Or is it just some charge termination routine? We need to ask SP3OSJ to explain how it works
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[13:12] <OZ1SKY_Brian> just got a email from tom
[13:12] <OZ1SKY_Brian> said im on the chat now
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[13:14] <SP3OSJ> 2x solar 2 solar panels in series (~ 1V) converter up to 1.7 V AAA Batery luthum AAA. Battery LITHUM second inverter up 3V
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[13:17] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ setting up audio stream, so you can hear it your self also
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[13:17] <Hix> seriously you lot...... http://i.imgur.com/7Ov3E3Q.png ;p
[13:17] <OZ1SKY_Brian> LOL
[13:17] <SP3OSJ> (X2) MCP1640/B/C/D
[13:17] <Hix> play store recommendations
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[13:26] <mfa298> I thought Fish and Chips was the traditional post recovery meal (that or a local pub)
[13:26] <Maxell> Hix: AHahahah :P
[13:26] <Maxell> mfa298: I remember having a subway
[13:28] <LeoBodnar> SP3OSJ: are you recharging Lithium Energizer?
[13:29] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ mms://linkup.mine.nu:18080
[13:30] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ audio from your balloon
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[13:33] <Maxell> OZ1SKY_Brian: lol nice pleeps
[13:33] <SP3OSJ> yes
[13:33] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ why does it have 2 antennas?
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[13:33] <LeoBodnar> SQ9ATC has launched too!
[13:35] <SP3OSJ> 1-GPS 2-TX
[13:36] <OZ1SKY_Brian> ah ok
[13:37] <malgar> SP3OSJ: do you have a page about your balloon?
[13:39] <Maxell> HA6NN: the SQ9ATC is in the air
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[13:40] <HA6NN> Maxell: Thanks! I can see it on the map. I stil do not know its frequency...
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[13:42] <SP3OSJ> Malgar: no
[13:43] <Maxell> HA6NN: correct, neither do I: https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!searchin/ukhas/SQ9ATC
[13:43] <Maxell> can't find it
[13:43] <SP3OSJ> Mangar: only: http://sp7pki.iq24.pl/default.asp?grupa=75798&temat=347987
[13:43] <Maxell> HA6NN: google found it! http://sp7pki.iq24.pl/default.asp?grupa=75798&temat=347794&nr_str=1
[13:44] <HA6NN> Fine! Thanks again! I am ready -but a bit far away...
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[13:46] <HA6NN> ejcspii: Good morning! :)
[13:47] <HA6NN> ejcspii: Just got smell from Maxell: http://sp7pki.iq24.pl/default.asp?grupa=75798&temat=347794&nr_str=1
[13:48] <malgar> is it similar to those of LeoBodnar ?
[13:50] <Maxell> la3eq: see http://sp7pki.iq24.pl/default.asp?grupa=75798&temat=347794&nr_str=1
[13:52] <la3eq> Maxell rgr ...tnx
[13:52] <Maxell> k
[13:53] <SP3OSJ> Leo inspired me
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[13:59] <sq5rwu> can someone here put SQ9ATC to active flights list?
[13:59] <Geoff-G8DHE> PE2G, Do you use Sondemonitor or are there other programs ?
[14:00] <malgar> when wil be the next latex balloon launch? (stratosphere)
[14:00] <PE2G> Geoff-G8DHE: I use SM only, don't know about any other program that can decode GPS from met-sondes
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[14:02] <HA6NN> sq5rwu: Hi, Who is responsible to do that generally?
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[14:03] <HA6NN> ejcspii: Gm again!
[14:05] <sq5rwu> sq9atc Tomek, sq9mdd rysiek and me lukasz sq5rwu. there is also aprs load marked sq5rwu-12 on that baloon
[14:05] <HA6NN> sq5rwu: I have no APRS... :(
[14:05] <sq5rwu> aprs.fi?
[14:07] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ some pretty big qsb now and then
[14:07] <HA6NN> 5rwu: Of course I can visit aprs.fi...Thhere's no use of it I'm afraid! Your balloons prefer to fly towards the West.
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[14:08] <DL1SGP1> Hej Brian :)
[14:08] <OZ1SKY_Brian> Mojn
[14:08] <qyx_> hm, the sp3osj battery is draining too fast
[14:08] <Hix> ping eroomde
[14:08] <ibanezmatt13> Afternoon. Just having a bit of an issue with sprintf(), line 73. It's printing everything as expected up to the lock number, then it starts acting very strangely... https://gist.github.com/ibanezmatt13/6919236
[14:09] <eroomde> pong Hix
[14:09] <Hix> yo - SW did you install it on a 32 or 64 bit mc?
[14:09] <qyx_> ibanezmatt13: lock is int, you have to use %d instead of %s
[14:10] <ibanezmatt13> I've used %d I think
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[14:10] <qyx_> ah, i am blind
[14:10] <qyx_> yep
[14:10] <ibanezmatt13> :)
[14:11] <qyx_> also you are sprintf-ing to a char array of undefined length
[14:11] <ibanezmatt13> I'll try it with length 100
[14:12] <qyx_> char datastring[] = "";
[14:12] <ibanezmatt13> woo success! Thanks qyx_
[14:12] <qyx_> means you are allocating pointer to char pointing to empty null terminated string
[14:12] <ibanezmatt13> ah I see
[14:12] <qyx_> you were probably overwriting some other variables
[14:13] <ibanezmatt13> makes sense
[14:13] <ibanezmatt13> I must say, working so much with strings in C (basically pointers) has really helped me to understand what's going on with pointers. They make so much sense for some things.
[14:13] <ibanezmatt13> eroomde, ^
[14:14] <DL1SGP1> so looks like today the Polish based launch station strike back on the Float-Mageddon
[14:14] <ibanezmatt13> learning a language like C really helps with one's understanding of computers in general
[14:14] <mfa298> they make sense for quite a few things.
[14:15] <mfa298> using pointers is probably the best way to solve the issues you were having earlier with the latitude conversion function call
[14:15] <ibanezmatt13> They definitely make sense for strings. I've not seen any other area where they are useful yet but I think I'd rather wait for a bit until I get to that point. :)
[14:15] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ good thing the cold war ended, or else it would never have gone that far :-)
[14:15] <eroomde> ibanezmatt13, totally in the middle of something
[14:15] <eroomde> can;t really help
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[14:15] <ibanezmatt13> no probs, not asking for help anyway :)
[14:15] <eroomde> oh right
[14:15] <eroomde> i just read it
[14:16] <ibanezmatt13> just expressing how pleased I am that everything's sort of going ok
[14:16] <eroomde> cool
[14:16] <eroomde> yes
[14:16] <eroomde> so pointers are a thing that basicallt explain all of C
[14:16] <ibanezmatt13> I am starting to realise that, yes
[14:16] <eroomde> and once you get pointers, most of C falls into place
[14:16] <ibanezmatt13> yep, little steps
[14:16] <eroomde> i wish the same was true of patterning features in solidworks
[14:17] <ibanezmatt13> no idea what that is :P
[14:17] <SP3OSJ> OZ1SKY: Like the Cold War, it was not me I was flying in the balloon
[14:18] <ibanezmatt13> mfa298, I believe I am ready now for sorting out a function to sort out the latitude/longitude. That is next on my list. I tried to make my own adaption of the function I looked at of yours but after what happened this morning, I ended up ditching it
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[14:19] <mfa298> in terms of how to deal with it failing or not possibly the best trick is to just have the function return something like true/false.
[14:20] <mfa298> if you're doing that then you need to get the converted value back somehow and that's where pointers can be useful.
[14:20] <ibanezmatt13> So have a function that simply *checks* lat and lon
[14:20] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ 220dB s/n, good copy
[14:20] <mfa298> you end up doing something like sscanf does.
[14:20] <OZ1SKY_Brian> 22 sri
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[14:20] <ibanezmatt13> mfa298, when you say get the converted value back, I thought it would just return a false or true boolean?
[14:21] <SP3OSJ> I always try to work well
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[14:22] <OZ1SKY_Brian> getting close to max elevation
[14:22] <mfa298> well a function can only return one item (like sscanf returns the number of items it processed)
[14:22] <mfa298> but you can get data back in other ways (like you're getting data from sscanf)
[14:23] <mfa298> this is where pointers start becoming useful
[14:23] <ibanezmatt13> I see
[14:23] <ibanezmatt13> Not 100% sure where I would start in doing something like this
[14:24] <mfa298> in the sccanf function do you understand whats the &lock argument is doing
[14:24] <SP3OSJ> OZ1SKY_Brian: I was a soldier. What was the Cold War that Poland had attacked Denmark (World War 3). This is not a joke! Russia would attack Germany
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[14:25] <ibanezmatt13> I think so, it's telling sscanf to store the data it got at the address of the variable lock?
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[14:26] <qyx_> exactly
[14:26] <mfa298> that sounds about right.
[14:27] <mfa298> so you can do something similar with your conversion function.
[14:27] <ibanezmatt13> And how does that link into the parse_latitude function I'm about to create?
[14:27] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ yes i know, nato had some big installations on bornholm island and south east seeland, to look out for poland.
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[14:27] <mfa298> you pass it a pointer to the char array, and a pointer of where to store the result
[14:28] <ibanezmatt13> ah and it still returns true or false
[14:28] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ now we just do peacefull invations :-)
[14:28] <ibanezmatt13> if it was true, the converted data is in a specific location?
[14:28] <ibanezmatt13> is that how the poiners come into it?
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[14:28] <ibanezmatt13> pointers*
[14:29] <mfa298> yes
[14:29] <ibanezmatt13> wow
[14:30] <ibanezmatt13> I think I know enough to make the function work, but not on the latitude side of things
[14:30] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ does the beebs have any meaning?
[14:31] <ibanezmatt13> So I think I get the way the function will operate and what the pointers will do, but now I just need to figure what to do to get the latitude in the right format
[14:31] <ibanezmatt13> then I can go play :)
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[14:32] <SP3OSJ> OZ1SKY This saves energy Ping-Pong
[14:32] <mfa298> inside your function you then have to tell it that it's using a pointer and that's where the * notation comes in. So defining the value as a float *
[14:32] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ yes, was just wondering if they had other meaning
[14:32] <ibanezmatt13> mfa298 PM
[14:33] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ it will pass right over where my balloon landed
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[14:36] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ it stopped?
[14:36] <SP3OSJ> ups
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[14:38] <OZ1SKY_Brian> just as it was done with the last line
[14:38] <jcoxon> battery?
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[14:38] <OZ1SKY_Brian> well it stoped 1 letter before end of checksum
[14:39] <SP3OSJ> yes
[14:39] <OZ1SKY_Brian> last line $$$$SP3OSJ,3761,143603,55.423740,09.503400,3178,2IA
[14:39] <OZ1SKY_Brian> well wrong, in the middle of the line
[14:40] <OZ1SKY_Brian> Freq 437,698,5
[14:40] <qyx_> what could be wrong? after the temperature has risen above normal level, battery started to drain very fast
[14:41] <SP3OSJ> Battery or broke down (temperature 35C) or a solar battery is not recharged during the day
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[14:42] <qyx_> or the high temp is a result of some battery/regulator problem
[14:44] <OZ1SKY_Brian> I dont like things going wrong on my watch :-(
[14:45] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SP3OSJ ill keep monitoring, maybe we get it back later
[14:46] <qyx_> see the link leobodnar posted
[14:46] <SP3OSJ> JThank you for your receiver. Maybe tomorrow for the solar tracker is booting up.
[14:46] <qyx_> http://x-f.lv/dev/habitat-graphs/payload/120d309024cfd89edfcd528fa7873013#g/temperature_internal,battery,altitude
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[14:58] <fsphil> aww it stoped?
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[14:59] <fsphil> +p
[14:59] <malgar> could you suggest a good and cheap omnidirectional antenna for my rtl-sdr? I know that good and cheap are two very different words :P
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[15:00] <Upu> watson W-50
[15:00] <Upu> or W30
[15:00] <OZ1SKY_Brian> fsphil yes dead air
[15:00] <fsphil> shame
[15:00] <fsphil> I was in it's path for once
[15:02] <ibanezmatt13_> Diamond MR-77 is a good buy. I had a Watson and it wasn't that reliable, but that can't be said for all of them
[15:04] <fsphil> I love my diamond x-50
[15:04] <OZ1SKY_Brian> ouch one of my frinds just text me they had an earth quake on krete.
[15:04] <G0TDJ_Steve> snap fsphil
[15:06] <malgar> ibanezmatt13_: are they good to receive ballons data? what's the maximum range with these omnis+rtl-sdr? I don't want to buy a directional now
[15:07] <ibanezmatt13_> Well, I don't know the exact details but all I can say is from the chase car, my little Diamond mr-77 was receiving all the time
[15:07] <Maxell> malgar: what do you want to do with your rtl-sdr? Tracking habs?
[15:07] <Maxell> You could look for 2 meter + 70 cm antennas
[15:07] <Maxell> or for 70 cm only,
[15:07] <malgar> Maxell: yes
[15:08] <malgar> Maxell: could you give me an example?
[15:08] <Maxell> It depends on how much you want to spend on gain
[15:08] <Maxell> gain == better signal == more expencsive
[15:08] <jcoxon> for a stationary antenna say for a house i'd go colinear
[15:09] <jcoxon> bbl
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[15:09] <Maxell> malgar: as said before: a base antenna/colinear like the diamond x-50, http://chrisrace.ownspace.de/Amateurfunk/DiamondX50.jpg
[15:10] <fsphil> B-19's on the map?
[15:10] <Maxell> It should produce 7.2dB of gain on the 70 cm band (430 <--> 440 Mhz)
[15:10] <fsphil> launching today?
[15:10] <Maxell> fsphil: get ready
[15:10] <malgar> Maxell: ok tnx
[15:10] <G0TDJ_Steve> I just asked fsphil, no reply yet
[15:11] <Maxell> malgar: however, clear line of sight is a must
[15:11] <fsphil> I'm in Edinburgh at the moment
[15:11] <Maxell> evey meter you put it up higher makes a difference
[15:11] <fsphil> might actually be able to track it
[15:11] <Maxell> malgar: where in europe are you? UK?
[15:12] <Maxell> Italy. ah
[15:12] <Maxell> Might not that many HABs to track...
[15:12] <DL7AD> B-19 launched?
[15:12] <malgar> Maxell: clear line.. yes obvious.. and a mobile antenna? for the car.. ibanezmatt13_ suggested Diamond m3-77.. do you agree?
[15:13] <malgar> Maxell: we will launch in few months
[15:13] <ibanezmatt13_> mr-77 *
[15:13] <malgar> ibanezmatt13_: yes, sorry
[15:14] <ibanezmatt13_> :)
[15:15] <malgar> I see that mr-77 has 4 meters of coaxial cable. Times ago someone in this channel said that a short coaxial cable is very important. Is 4 m short enough?
[15:15] <fsphil> ah B-19's launched
[15:16] <malgar> B-19!! go LeoBodnar ! :)
[15:16] <Maxell> malgar: ah, you are the one launching
[15:16] <Maxell> hehe
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[15:17] <DL7AD> http://www.isleoflying.com/ rofl
[15:17] <Maxell> malgar: well, I've chased with the default dvb-t antenna
[15:17] <Maxell> nog great, but for chasing there is not much to it
[15:17] <DL7AD> NO Go beother Leo to launch on IRC! :D
[15:17] <G0TDJ_Steve> B-19 must be up - Altitude increasing
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[15:17] <Maxell> you always have great line of sight, but more important is when it's on the ground
[15:17] <eroomde> I read that as some kind of community where no-one can tell the truth
[15:17] <Maxell> get a yagi
[15:17] <eroomde> Isle of Lying
[15:17] <gonzo_> what freq for B19?
[15:17] <DL7AD> 434.5
[15:17] <gonzo_> ta
[15:17] <DL7AD> mhz
[15:17] <Maxell> gonzo_: 434.5 Mhz as always
[15:18] <gonzo_> or 26mhz or 13mhz!
[15:18] <Maxell> :P
[15:18] <Maxell> check flight docs
[15:18] <Maxell> it has 434.5 mhz in it
[15:19] <malgar> Maxell: yes, I'm the one launching but in these months before launch I would like to understand better the radio part of HABs
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[15:20] <fsphil> ascent rate 0.4m/s :)
[15:20] <fsphil> maybe it's not launched
[15:22] <G0TDJ_Steve> I think that shows it's up :-)
[15:22] <G8KNN> Yup, its up :-)
[15:22] <Maxell> malgar: well, have you mastered the rtl-sdr already?
[15:22] <G0TDJ_Steve> What's your dial G8KNN ?
[15:22] <Maxell> there are a lof of parameters you do not want to figure out while chasing
[15:22] <G8KNN> Usual 434.500
[15:23] <G0TDJ_Steve> OK Cool
[15:23] <G0TDJ_Steve> I don't normally hear thim below 7k anyway - Cheers
[15:23] <Maxell> malgar: and there are a lot things that can go wrong with an rtl-sdr
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[15:24] <Maxell> I suggest you play with all the settings until you have figured out evey aspect of it
[15:25] <bertrik> gonzo http://isleoflying.com/
[15:26] <Maxell> lies
[15:26] <malgar> Maxell: I installed gqrx and it works fine (using the default dvb-t antenna).. but I still have to play using dl-fldigi
[15:26] <Maxell> he never flies
[15:26] <Maxell> his habs do
[15:26] <gonzo_> hehe
[15:26] <Maxell> malgar: yeah, but there are so many aspects that can go wrong
[15:26] <Maxell> :x
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[15:28] <malgar> Maxell: for example?
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[15:30] <bertrik> malgar: configuring a too high sample rate for example
[15:31] <malgar> bertrik: interesting.. and why this could be a problem?
[15:31] <bertrik> or the gain setting of the tuner: too low -> signal drowns in noise flor, too high -> many spurious signals
[15:32] <bertrik> malgar: if the sample rate is set too high, samples are dropped
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[15:32] <bertrik> I prefer the nice round figure of 1 Ms/s :)
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[15:33] <malgar> ahh ok.. you mean too high = too much time between a sample and another, right?
[15:36] <bertrik> no, with too high I mean the sample rate, higher sample rate -> smaller time between samples
[15:37] <bertrik> I think the hardware can do 2.8 Ms/s, but there a good chance, some samples are skipped/dropped somehow and not seen by the software
[15:37] <LeoBodnar> see you in a moment
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[15:37] <malgar> hmm and why are the samples dropped?
[15:37] <malgar> ok
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[15:52] <Geoff-G8DHE> Anybody used the SHELL command in the SondeMonitor script files ?
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[15:54] <tweetBot> @nerdsville: Currently rx/tracking B-19 High Altitude Balloon #hab #ukhas http://t.co/wctKvYnuZE visit http://t.co/uwf3jwzN6S on how to become involved
[15:54] <G0CXW> http://isleoflying.com/ hmmm definately not up to date
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[15:56] <Geoff-G8DHE> lol
[15:56] <gonzo_> poss it's isle of lying
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[16:00] <gonzo_> I see 3sec pips on 434.5015, 500hz higher than usual
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[16:03] <DL7AD> ehm... b19 at which altitude should it float?
[16:04] <Geoff-G8DHE> Same altitude as SP3OSJ
[16:04] <Geoff-G8DHE> Its normally 9Km
[16:04] <DL7AD> for what reason?
[16:04] <DL7AD> to get more lift?
[16:06] <Geoff-G8DHE> It was an abrupt change to float as well ?
[16:07] <DL7AD> rofl... even i would be possible to reach that altitude with my airplane :D
[16:07] <G8KNN> Looks like the rain might be pulling it down :-(
[16:08] <G0TDJ_Steve> Not good...
[16:09] <G8KNN> http://www.raintoday.co.uk/ shows lots of rain
[16:09] <malgar> how much weather affects radio transmissions? If the launch day will be raining, would be better to abort the launch?
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[16:10] <Geoff-G8DHE> http://www.yr.no/place/United_Kingdom/England/Bicester/hour_by_hour.html
[16:11] <G8KNN> Rain shouldn't affect the radio link at 430MHz
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[16:18] <Reb-SM3ULC> B19 coming down.. ?
[16:19] <Upu> seems that way
[16:19] <Geoff-G8DHE> Suspect rain cloud, is weighing it down ...
[16:19] <Reb-SM3ULC> ah
[16:20] <DL1SGP1> like on the past 2 flights :P maybe it takes off again tomorrow, or Leo goes to the landing spot to get details on what happens in such weather
[16:20] <eroomde> it is raining here
[16:20] <eroomde> i am within a few miles of B19
[16:21] Action: DL1SGP1 wonders if treating the foil with nano particles to make the drops pour off as in lotus flower effect would help
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[16:23] <G0TDJ_Steve_> Damn connection...
[16:23] <DL1SGP1> heh
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[16:25] <DL1SGP1> welcome back LeoBodnar
[16:25] <LeoBodnar> yo!
[16:25] <SP3OSJ> Leo: 9:46 damage to other inverter (up - 1,7V) battery (1,5V) charging. look: http://s24.postimg.org/83q94uq45/awaria.jpg
[16:25] <DL7AD> hi LeoBodnar
[16:26] <LeoBodnar> Hi Sven
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[16:26] <DL7AD> LeoBodnar: got my message?
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[16:26] <LeoBodnar> Yeah, thanks!
[16:26] <DL7AD> np :D
[16:26] <DL7AD> LeoBodnar: are you going retrieve it?
[16:27] <LeoBodnar> Not tonight maybe tomorrow
[16:27] <Upu> close to Daveake's
[16:27] <DL7AD> LeoBodnar: the link was an audio stream
[16:27] <malgar> LeoBodnar: !
[16:28] <LeoBodnar> They like him
[16:28] <G0TDJ_Steve_> If it gets out of the rain, it may go up again?
[16:28] <eroomde> closer to me i suspect
[16:29] <LeoBodnar> Thanks Sven
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[16:31] <PE2G> G0TDJ_Steve_: The rain may be undercooled and cause icing on the balloon, which will not disappear easily during nighttime
[16:32] <G0TDJ_Steve_> Shame....
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[16:32] <eroomde> only heavier rain coming at it
[16:32] <eroomde> http://www.raintoday.co.uk/
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[16:39] <M6GTG_Andrew> lost B-19 signal, seems to have lost altitude?
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[16:43] <LeoBodnar> looks like rain M6GTG_Andrew
[16:44] <PE2G> 0 C level detected by Herstmonceux 12UTC was at ~1400 m : bit.ly/19tyjCZ
[16:45] <M6GTG_Andrew> LeoBodnar: Well it is peeing down here, so not surprised ;-)
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[16:49] <Geoff-G8DHE> I just caught that Sonde today as well http://360.g8dhe.net/hab_flights/B-19_20131012/index.php?ind=1
[16:51] <PE2G> Nice diagram, all the way from launch :)
[16:51] <Geoff-G8DHE> Have you played wih the scripts and the SHELL cmd at all in SM PE2G
[16:52] <PE2G> Geoff-G8DHE: No, I just leave it running most of the time
[16:54] <Geoff-G8DHE> Yup OK wanted to pull down the ephemeris files automatically, which is does but renaming them in the Shell doesn't seem to want to work :-(
[16:54] <PE2G> I do use a script made by a german HAM for that
[16:54] <PE2G> Called: Autorinex
[16:55] <Geoff-G8DHE> Right let me Google
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[16:56] <PE2G> I have it here: http://fwestra.home.xs4all.nl/UPL/AutoRinex.zip (146 kB)
[16:57] <Geoff-G8DHE> I shall investigate thanks PE2G
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[16:58] <Lunar_Lander> hello
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[16:59] <PE2G> Set your Log Files Directory here: SET Ziel=
[16:59] <PE2G> In my case: SET Ziel=q:\log files\
[17:00] <Geoff-G8DHE> Well he has the shell cmd working it seems so there must be something simple I am missing ;-)
[17:00] <PE2G> Set your desired Rinex source here: SET Quelle=
[17:01] <PE2G> My choice: SET Quelle=2
[17:01] <PE2G> No more settings to change
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[17:02] <Geoff-G8DHE> OK looks good, I'll have a play!
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[17:08] <mikestir> any predictions for b-19 and/or OSJ?
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[17:13] <PE2G> mikestir: B-19 http://ready.arl.noaa.gov/hypubout/162365_trj001.gif
[17:14] <mikestir> ta. seems to be coming down low
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[17:29] <ibanezmatt13> hey mfa298, the code's really taking shape. I've emulated the latitude function for the longitude function and I've got it working pretty good! https://gist.github.com/ibanezmatt13/6919236 :D
[17:30] <iain_G4SGX> Is there a prediction for SP3OSJ? Makes a pleasant change to get them coming this way..
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[17:32] <ibanezmatt13> All I need to do now is work out how I want it to work on the atmega328. I've written it in c++ so I'm not entirely sure how to get this to work with the serial port on the atmega
[17:32] <ibanezmatt13> If I use Arduino, it's easy to use the Serial library, but then I'd have to translate my C++ code which wont be too difficult but Id rather avoid Arduino if possib;e
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[17:37] <mfa298> well so far everything you've written is just C - although I think the arduino is really C++
[17:37] <mfa298> C++ mostly just adds a few things on top of C
[17:38] <ibanezmatt13> So you think I should just do it as an arduino program?
[17:38] <mfa298> you might want to check the format for longitude
[17:38] <ibanezmatt13> Yeah, I thought it was the same as latitude but I'm not sure
[17:39] <mfa298> I think using the arduino stuff makes things like serial easier.
[17:39] <ibanezmatt13> I see the problem with longitude, I'll sort that
[17:39] <ibanezmatt13> I know how to do it
[17:39] <ibanezmatt13> Would translating my current code to arduino be that hard mfa298/
[17:39] <ibanezmatt13> I imagine not
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[17:40] <mfa298> I've not used arduino and very little avr code so I'm not totally sure but I think what you've done already would probably just work
[17:41] <ibanezmatt13> sweet
[17:41] <malgar> we are thinking about a core payload with gps+arduino+radio. Do you think that is possible to expand this payload with raspberry to get ssdv? How to send data from raspberry to arduino?
[17:41] <ibanezmatt13> malgar, why don't you just do an entirely Pi based payload?
[17:42] <mfa298> malgar: you could do it all on the pi, or have the pi send data to the arduino using something like serial or spi
[17:42] <mfa298> or have a seperate arduino tracker and pi ssdv
[17:43] <malgar> ibanezmatt13: because Pi is totally new to us, and we would add it only if 1) we have enough time, 2) everything seems working with arduino only
[17:43] <ibanezmatt13> fair enough
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[17:45] <mfa298> malgar: safest option might be to get a 2nd radio module for the pi and have the pi just send ssdv
[17:45] <malgar> mfa298: have the pi send data to the arduino using something like serial or spi << I think that we will do this
[17:45] <malgar> mfa298: interesting
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[17:45] <mfa298> or get radio and gps and you could have the pi do some additional telemetry
[17:46] <malgar> 2 radio modules and even 2 antennas? or it could be shared?
[17:46] <mfa298> you'de want sperate antennas for each radio
[17:46] <malgar> 'de? :P
[17:47] <mfa298> but with the sdr dongle you should be able to recieve both things atthe same time (assuming the software allows you to)
[17:47] <fsphil> malgar: you could do ssdv on the avr if you can figure out how to wire a camera to it
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[17:50] <malgar> anyway we are sure about this thing: high priority is for arduino+radio only... if everything seems working we will try to add Pi.
[17:51] <malgar> fsphil: avr=arduino? It seems hard to manage images with arduino.. but honestly I have to read more doc
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[17:52] <fsphil> the ssdv lib is pretty light
[17:52] <tweetBot> @AMSAT_UK: 437.700 MHz amateur radio balloon heading for UK http://t.co/hI8Hl1YqIO #amsat #hamr #ukhas #hab
[17:52] <fsphil> it was written for an atmega644p originally
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[17:52] <fsphil> but difficult to get an appropriate camera these days
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[17:53] <malgar> fsphil: ok ssdv is light, but doesn't the camera need a driver?
[17:54] <malgar> using Pi I know that a lot of cameras are ready out of the box
[17:54] <mikestir> fsphil: I'm still intending to have a play with seeing how small an fpga we would need for framestore and jpeg encode. would be nice to be able to use one of those cheap mipi camera modules
[17:54] <mikestir> just don't have time at the minute
[17:55] <mikestir> or rather, how small we could get away with!
[17:55] <malgar> mfa298: how to combine two antennas on the payload?
[17:55] <fsphil> malgar: the cameras output jpeg data over serial
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[17:56] <fsphil> mmm I've got a camera sensor last week, going to try wiring it up to an stm32
[17:57] <malgar> fsphil: interesting.. is this true for every camera? could you suggest me a camera that could work?
[17:58] <fsphil> it's difficult to get an appropriate camera these days. I had used the C328 camera, or the linksprite
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[18:00] <SP9UOB-Tom> evening :-)
[18:01] <malgar> fsphil: I think we will use Pi
[18:01] <fsphil> probably cheaper malgar :)
[18:01] <nats`> I have a suggestion for the tracking system
[18:02] <nats`> maybe you could make the callsign case insensitive
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[18:04] <arko> SP9UOB-Tom: any predictions as to when it will appear in the uk?
[18:05] <arko> btw, if anyone has a radio they would like me to operate over night in the uk i'll gladly do it
[18:05] <arko> listening for SP3OSJ
[18:05] <malgar> OT: for you english speakers.. "everybody useS arduino" or "everybody use arduino" ?
[18:05] <fsphil> my radio is probably a bit too far out of the way
[18:06] <nats`> malgar "nobody should use arduino"
[18:06] <nats`> that's the real sentence
[18:06] <malgar> nats`: lol
[18:06] <SP9UOB-Tom> arko: im affraid it is dead by now, but im preparing pico for tonight :-)
[18:06] <arko> fantastic!
[18:06] <arko> not the dead part
[18:07] <arko> but the new one :)
[18:07] <fsphil> lol
[18:07] <SP9UOB-Tom> in fact im waiting for flight doc approval
[18:07] <arko> let me know if you want me to operate any radios as it's 11am here
[18:07] <arko> i have a globaltuners account
[18:08] <LeoBodnar> yo arko !
[18:08] <arko> Leo!
[18:08] <arko> wass up
[18:08] <malgar> OT: so, what about my english doubt? could you help me? :)
[18:08] <nats`> LeoBodnar you think B19 will go over paris like predicted ?
[18:09] <arko> ah crap
[18:09] <LeoBodnar> your website is broken lol
[18:09] <arko> i need to update the webiste
[18:09] <arko> shhhh
[18:09] <LeoBodnar> lol
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[18:09] <chrisstubbs> malgar, the first one i expect, depending on the context
[18:10] <gonzo_> 'use' sounds like an instruction to do so, 'uses' suggests that this nis what people use
[18:10] <malgar> tnx
[18:11] <arko> http://isleoflying.com/
[18:11] <arko> there we go
[18:11] <arko> i need to script this sometime this weekend
[18:11] <nats`> :D
[18:11] <arko> its been a crazy busy week >_>
[18:11] <Vostok> i always read isle of flying
[18:11] <arko> haha
[18:11] <arko> yeah
[18:11] <arko> or Isle of Lying
[18:11] <fsphil> I thought Flying at first
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[18:12] <fsphil> be a good name for the official Isle of Man airline
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[18:12] <arko> hah
[18:12] <arko> its coffee time, brbz
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[18:13] <fsphil> poor james
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[18:15] <Upu> sup ?
[18:15] <Upu> I was summoned
[18:16] <nats`> SP9UOB-Tom you put salt on floor before summoning Upu ?!
[18:16] <SP9UOB-Tom> Upu: i need approval :-)
[18:16] <Upu> you're approved
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[18:16] <Upu> I shall now poof out of existence
[18:17] <fsphil> oh dear
[18:17] <LazyLeopard> ...in a puff of pink smoke?
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[18:17] <SP9UOB-Tom> Upu: im about to send a PICO to You :-)
[18:18] <SP9UOB-Tom> Upu: thanks
[18:18] <nats`> Upu is the local god ?
[18:19] <nats`> should I sacrifice some virgin for him ?
[18:19] <nats`> :D
[18:19] <SP9UOB-Tom> nats`: no just shredded rosin ;-)
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[18:20] <nats`> I have so much of this on my bench and my lung :D
[18:21] <SP9UOB-Tom> ok, im going to the launch site :-)
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[18:24] <Upu> crikey B-19 is almost scraping on the ground
[18:24] <nats`> I'm setting my radio in case for that night but 434.650 is totally covered by a continuous tone...
[18:25] <LeoBodnar> it will be in a minute
[18:25] <Upu> looks like a bank of rain is catching up with it
[18:25] <LeoBodnar> yup
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[18:27] <Upu> shame Dave isn't about
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[18:29] <GMT> Hi all, I see that Leo has been 'throwing things up' again (!), what freq for B-19 please.
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[18:30] <Upu> 434.500
[18:30] <Upu> but its very low
[18:30] <nats`> tracker tell 434.650
[18:30] <nats`> ?
[18:31] <GMT> okay, thanks, I saw it was low. I'm right on the edge of the blue circle, but I can't hear any sigs
[18:31] <Upu> nats thats a different payload
[18:31] <enkidu> can we have this http://www.radareu.cz/ as overlay on tracker site?
[18:31] <nats`> ohh oky
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[18:34] <Upu> thats funky
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[18:49] <ibanezmatt13> In arduino, say I want to capture an NMEA string from the serial port, what would be the way to input that into a character array?
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[18:54] <ibanezmatt13> So Serial.read() will read one byte from the serial buffer. So, must I have a while loop that continuously reads until it sees ""
[18:54] <ibanezmatt13> I'm just wondering how people generally input the NMEA sentence from the serial port on Arduino
[18:56] <mikestir> have you considered decoding it on the fly using a state machine?
[18:56] <ibanezmatt13> erm, I'm not quite sure what one of those is
[18:57] <mikestir> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finite-state_machine
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[18:58] <mikestir> basically you handle the input differently depending on what state you are in
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[18:58] <mikestir> and the input you receive in each state can determine what state change occurs
[18:58] <mikestir> you can implement it in C using a switch/case statement called in a loop, where you pop one character from the serial each time round the loop
[18:59] <mikestir> to begin with you would be in "idle" state, and you'd remain there until you received a $, after which you'd start processing the first field
[18:59] <mikestir> and so on
[18:59] <ibanezmatt13> erm, I guess I could try something like that. But I think for now I'd like to stick to just reading it in to a string from the serial port in the simplest way (I'm not that experienced)
[18:59] <mikestir> you can then sift the fields you are interested in directly into the right buffers and ignore the ones you don't care about
[18:59] <ibanezmatt13> isn't that kind of what I'm doing already?
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[19:00] <ibanezmatt13> evening
[19:01] <mikestir> haven't seen your code. you could read a whole NMEA string using a simplified state machine that would start on a $ and end on a CR/LF
[19:02] <ibanezmatt13> so I could write a loop that keeps reading bytes in until it sees a $ and then from there it appends each character to the string and then when it sees the cr/lf, it stops reading
[19:02] <mikestir> yes, and calls the processing function
[19:02] <mikestir> and of course you should always check that you haven't overflowed the buffer
[19:03] <ibanezmatt13> how do I check that before it has already been overfilled?
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[19:03] <ibanezmatt13> Ah, I check the length of the string at each iteration of the loop?
[19:03] <ibanezmatt13> and if it's less than what I specified for the string, continue reading?
[19:04] <mikestir> unless there is some special arduino string I'm not aware of, you're just filling a character array, yes?
[19:04] <ibanezmatt13> yes
[19:04] <ibanezmatt13> char* lestring
[19:04] <mikestir> in which case you will have a pointer (or offset) that you need to increment
[19:04] <mikestir> you just need to check that the pointer doesn't lie outside of the array bounds after you increment it
[19:05] <mikestir> if it does then (in this case) you'd have to abandon that string and go back to looking for a $
[19:05] <ibanezmatt13> I'm a little lost now :/ What does the pointer do exactly?
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[19:05] <ibanezmatt13> I understand things when they're explained to me as if I'm an idiot. :) Really works
[19:05] <mikestir> you declare a buffer of (say) 16 bytes by doing something like char buffer[16], yes?
[19:05] <ibanezmatt13> yep, got that
[19:05] <mikestir> but you need to keep hold of that original pointer 'buffer', because you'll need to know where the start of the string is
[19:06] <ibanezmatt13> keep hold of it?
[19:06] <mikestir> so you can copy it to a pointer char *ptr = buffer; which you would do whenever you go back to looking for a new string
[19:06] <mikestir> yes - if you were to increment the variable 'buffer' then you'll no longer have a pointer to the start of the string
[19:07] <ibanezmatt13> sorry, I still don't quite get thsi
[19:07] <ibanezmatt13> this
[19:07] <mikestir> how are you appending to the string? do you keep a counter and do something like string[n] = value_read_from_serial?
[19:08] <ibanezmatt13> Well, I've not got to the bit where I append to the string, I just need some hints on how to do it because I'm not sure
[19:08] <ibanezmatt13> all I've got currently is a parsing funciton
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[19:08] <ibanezmatt13> I've not figured a way at all to read the actual sentence into a string which I can pass to the parse function
[19:09] <mikestir> ok, in C your string is just a pointer to a location in memory. it doesn't know anything about length or appending - you have to keep track of that yourself
[19:09] <ibanezmatt13> ok
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[19:09] <mikestir> so when you declare an array to hold a string, like char buffer[16], you are asking for 16 consecutive bytes of RAM, and the variable 'buffer' is a pointer that holds the address of the first of those 16 bytes
[19:10] <ibanezmatt13> ok got that
[19:10] <mikestir> you can access any one of those bytes by doing something like buffer[0] = 1; buffer[1] = 2;
[19:10] <ibanezmatt13> yep
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[19:11] <mikestir> so one way that you could do this is to keep an offset value (as an int), that you reset to 0 when you start searching for a $, then once you find it you keep incrementing it each time around the loop
[19:11] <ibanezmatt13> when do I know when to terminate the loop?
[19:11] <mikestir> so to append the character you'd be doing something like buffer[n++] = new_char_from_serial;
[19:11] <mikestir> you'd terminate the loop in this case when n == 16
[19:11] <mikestir> or if you hit a CR/LF
[19:12] <ibanezmatt13> aaah
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[19:12] <ibanezmatt13> ok so how do I know when I've hit cr/lf?
[19:12] <mikestir> hitting it because n==16 would be an error condition (your buffer is too small or the data was corrupted)
[19:12] <mikestir> if (new_char_from_serial == '\r')
[19:13] <ibanezmatt13> aaah right
[19:13] <ibanezmatt13> that's basically everything I needed to know :)
[19:13] <ibanezmatt13> thank you
[19:13] <mikestir> np
[19:13] <mikestir> you may also see the buffer accessed using a pointer, which is the char *ptr = buffer thing I was talking about
[19:14] <ibanezmatt13> yeah, I'll have a re-read of that bit
[19:14] <ibanezmatt13> yeah I think I get that now
[19:14] <mikestir> you should probably use the array method for now - it will be easier to understand
[19:14] <ibanezmatt13> yes, I'll stick with that for now
[19:15] <ibanezmatt13> I'm gonna write some psuedo code to help me remember that
[19:15] <mikestir> once you get it working you can add some extra states to your FSM that detect the * and check the checksum, then you can ignore any bad NMEA strings
[19:16] <mikestir> switch/case based state machines are very useful, particularly on embedded devices where you don't have an OS
[19:16] <ibanezmatt13> I looked into that but I thought for now to avoid more confusion I'd just read some sort of NMEA sentence in, then just check a couple of fields to see if it's ok
[19:16] <ibanezmatt13> yea
[19:16] <mikestir> sure - it's unlikely to pick up any errors
[19:16] <mikestir> anyway I have a door to paint. biab
[19:16] <ibanezmatt13> see you :)
[19:17] <arko> haha
[19:17] <arko> neat
[19:18] <Geoff-G8DHE> Is there a lst of Zuesbot commands anywhere ?
[19:18] <arko> no idea
[19:18] <Geoff-G8DHE> even Zeus
[19:18] <arko> GMT what have you done!?
[19:18] <chrisstubbs> that didnt help
[19:19] <SP9UOB-Tom> arko: im going to You ;-)
[19:19] <chrisstubbs> what does this command do?
[19:19] <arko> i want cheddar now :(
[19:19] <arko> SP9UOB-Tom: oh?
[19:19] <Geoff-G8DHE> not ?? test
[19:19] <arko> your hab is headed to los angeles?
[19:19] <SP9UOB-Tom> arko: predictor says, i'll be over UK :-)
[19:20] <arko> ah!, im in los angeles
[19:20] <arko> :)
[19:20] <arko> but i will get a globaltuner in the uk if i can
[19:20] <SP9UOB-Tom> arko: i thought, you are in UK :-)
[19:20] <arko> ahh i wish
[19:21] <arko> i was for ukhas though
[19:21] <SP9UOB-Tom> me too :-)
[19:21] <arko> yes! i remember
[19:21] <arko> good times
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[19:22] <SP9UOB-Tom> ok pico is up. Now its time for dinner :-)
[19:23] <Rob_m0dts> Evening.. did SP3OSJ die in the air?
[19:23] <SP9UOB-Tom> Rob_m0dts: its looks like. But SP9UOB is going with rescue mission :-)
[19:23] <DL1SGP1> hehe tom
[19:24] <Rob_m0dts> ah ok thanks, will keep my rx on .700 just in case!
[19:24] <SP9UOB-Tom> Rob_m0dts: 437.600 - sp9uob
[19:24] <Rob_m0dts> ok
[19:24] <SP9UOB-Tom> anyway it can also die, im testing new code - ubx over i2c instead of uart
[19:25] <arko> aww, no globaltuners in poland
[19:25] <arko> o well
[19:25] <DL1SGP1> good luck Tom, whenever it should float over here... I gonna listen
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[19:28] <nats`> where can we have frequency for all balloon on the tracker ?
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[19:29] <Geoff-G8DHE> Its being shown on the dl-fldigi auto config list currently I thought ?
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[19:30] <nats`> uhhmm ok I'll try to find that
[19:30] <Geoff-G8DHE> Click on the Flight drop down and the Name freq are shown
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[19:31] <ibanezmatt13> Would somebody be able to check if this way of reading NMEA data from serial port into string is ok? https://gist.github.com/ibanezmatt13/6953904
[19:31] <mfa298> nats`: the other place to check is the mailing list as flights are normally announced there
[19:31] <ibanezmatt13> I've attempted to keep reading until it finds a "$", then from there, keep reading until either it reaches a CR/LF or the buffer gets full
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[19:33] <Geoff-G8DHE> Have you thought about https://gist.github.com/kopiro/5237558
[19:33] <Geoff-G8DHE> Its an Explode function, takes the entire line and plases the fields in an array
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[19:33] <mfa298> ibanezmatt13: using "$" probably won't work as that's a string not a charcater
[19:33] <Geoff-G8DHE> places
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[19:33] <ibanezmatt13> oh
[19:34] <ibanezmatt13> I'm not sure how else to do it mfa298
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[19:34] <mfa298> you might want to check what Serial.read() returns as a first step
[19:35] <ibanezmatt13> it returns the byte it read from the serial port, or a -1 if it didn't read anything
[19:36] <RocketBoy> buffer is an array - so (buffer == "$") is trying to compare the address of the buffer with the string "S"
[19:36] <ibanezmatt13> oh
[19:36] <mfa298> the key there is that it's a byte (not multiple bytes)
[19:37] <ibanezmatt13> So I need to convert the byte into a string each time I want to store it or compare it with something?
[19:37] <mfa298> or go the other way.
[19:38] <mfa298> all your comparisons are for a single byte
[19:38] <ibanezmatt13> not sure what you mean?
[19:38] <ibanezmatt13> oh
[19:38] <ibanezmatt13> yes
[19:38] <ibanezmatt13> So you mean, keep appending them to a byte array?
[19:38] <ibanezmatt13> and convert to string when done
[19:39] <RocketBoy> so what you want to do is read the serial port until you get a '$' then read it until you don't get a '$' then read that value and all the others until you get a newline or get to the end of the buffer
[19:39] <RocketBoy> (assuming you don't want to store the $$$s
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[19:40] <mfa298> for another hint, char buffer[70] is 69 bytes larger than it needs to be
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[19:40] <ibanezmatt13> hmm
[19:41] <ibanezmatt13> I'm still unsure
[19:41] <f5vnf> \nick f5vnf_
[19:42] Nick change: f5vnf -> f5vnf_
[19:43] <mfa298> each read from Serial.read gives a character (byte) so what variable could you use that holds a single character
[19:44] <nats`> is there any map for rtty station in france I would like to some test
[19:44] <RocketBoy> is there a string read like Serial.gets() ?
[19:44] <ibanezmatt13> mfa298, char?
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[19:44] <RocketBoy> that would make it simpler
[19:44] <DL1SGP1> nats`: standard broadcast rtty like weather services?
[19:44] <ibanezmatt13> RocketBoy, there's a function that gets x number of bytes from serial port
[19:44] <mfa298> ibanezmatt13: char would be good
[19:45] <nats`> any on 430/440 MHz
[19:45] <nats`> I would like to see if my setup is working
[19:45] <ibanezmatt13> ok mfa298, I understand that bit :) nothing else
[19:45] <SP9UOB-Tom> argh. i2c read wasnt good idea...
[19:45] <DL1SGP1> ah hmm... that may be tricky to find, unless you know somebody around you
[19:45] <SP9UOB-Tom> $$$$SP9UOB,195,000000,50.60030,18.62875,3103,2995,63,0,1,70150,152,db*5B15
[19:46] <nats`> that's what I think too
[19:46] <nats`> aprs map exist but not more generalist map
[19:46] <DL1SGP1> what kind of setup are you testing nats`?
[19:47] <nats`> for the moment a FT790-r and a moxon
[19:47] <DL1SGP1> ah so you need a transmitter to test you ant :)
[19:47] <mfa298> there's a similar thing to "$" that's only for single characters (we talked about it earlier)
[19:47] <nats`> yep DL1SGP1 only rx :)
[19:48] <DL1SGP1> where in France are you?
[19:49] <nats`> south of paris :)
[19:49] <DL1SGP1> does it have to be RTTY or do you wanna test the reception quality in general?
[19:49] <nats`> http://www.radioamateur.org/relais/
[19:49] <nats`> maybe I found my happiness
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[19:49] <nats`> in general but RTTY or digital mode allow to be sure :)
[19:50] <DL1SGP1> else I would have tried if there was some echolink repeater nearby and have made use of that to get at least sorta kinda a signal out for you
[19:51] <nats`> echolink ?
[19:52] <DL1SGP1> it is an amateur radio network of repeaters connected through the internet, so if I was sitting on mallorca and wanted to dial home I would access an entry repeater on the island of mallorca, use a dtmf code to identify the place I want to go to
[19:52] <DL1SGP1> and then the connection is established via internet
[19:52] <nats`> ohh oky
[19:53] <DL1SGP1> like this I can call through some repeater anywhere in the world. there is even a software so I would not forcefully need to use a radio as long as I got internet
[19:53] <Geoff-G8DHE> think Skype connected to radios ;-)
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[19:53] <nats`> yep but is it really legal
[19:54] <Geoff-G8DHE> If you have a AR license
[19:54] <DL1SGP1> indeed
[19:54] <nats`> so you emit with your ID on a station abroad ?
[19:54] <DL1SGP1> yes
[19:54] <nats`> you are considered as mobile or ?
[19:55] <DL1SGP1> no :)
[19:55] <DL1SGP1> I would be mobile if I did it from my car. portable if I did it while being at the beach but not moving, as long as I do it from my shack I am non of the two
[19:56] <nats`> and so you add the country station prefix ?
[19:56] <nats`> because physically you're on a coutry but emitting from an other
[19:56] <DL1SGP1> no. I just use my standard callsign without adding a prefix, but it is good practice to add "via Echolink" to the call
[19:57] <DL1SGP1> often the repeater even announces you on air like transmitting something as "DL1SGP has connected"
[19:57] <nats`> oky :)
[19:57] <nats`> that's fun
[19:58] <DL1SGP1> It keeps my phone bill low :) permits me to stay in touch with my best friends in USA where-ever I am
[19:59] <nats`> without skype spying on you :D
[20:00] <DL1SGP1> I would not say so
[20:00] <Geoff-G8DHE> No encryption and open path either end so all public ;-)
[20:00] <nats`> yep so no spying :D
[20:00] <nats`> like iof everyone put his facebook profil to full public facebook is dead :D
[20:00] <DL1SGP1> it would be a licence violation if we used encryption on amateur radio to communicate
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[20:01] <DL1SGP1> wait, Facebook is still alive?
[20:01] <nats`> yep I know that point I started to learn all of that :)
[20:01] <nats`> DL1SGP1 it seems so
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[20:02] Action: DL1SGP1 gets his anti-facebook tinfoil hat and summons a few ninja goats
[20:02] <fsphil> I saw some ninja squirrels today
[20:02] <nats`> ninja goats with boobies ? ;)
[20:03] <nats`> so anyway I'll wait for a balloon to pass near paris to test my setup :)
[20:03] <fsphil> the squirrel was sitting by the car, I looked away for a moment and it was gone. *ninja*
[20:03] <DL1SGP1> there is nothing really useful there that you could use for testing right now as it seems nats`
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[20:05] <nats`> yep or I could use a 433MHz rf front end for long range
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[20:06] <DL1SGP1> This is on 70cm, not sure how far from you: Ville : Maurepas --> QTH : Place d'Auxois
[20:07] <nats`> 25km
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[20:08] <DL1SGP1> there are a few others around, they should put out their ID in CW regulary
[20:08] <DL1SGP1> so basically what you could do is pick one, aim ant, wait and listen
[20:08] <nats`> where do you find the list ?
[20:08] <DL1SGP1> the website you posted
[20:08] <nats`> oO on the map ?
[20:09] <DL1SGP1> click on the pinpoints to get info on the relay
[20:09] <nats`> uhhmm yes but I didn't check it more when I saw 145MHz
[20:10] <nats`> but if I understand it output his 145 on the 431
[20:10] <nats`> just have to hope someone will emit :D
[20:10] <DL1SGP1> Vaux-le-Penil (do not make typos on that one...) has 70cm
[20:11] <nats`> yep I already tested the 430.025
[20:11] <nats`> I'm in the middle of their test
[20:11] <nats`> but red means desactivated if I'm not wrong
[20:11] <nats`> uhhm no red = UHF
[20:12] <nats`> I'll let the setup run and see if there is some traffic
[20:12] <DL1SGP1> hehe
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[20:22] <Ramm25> A5< ?@825B!
[20:25] <DL1SGP1> privet ramm25
[20:26] <DL1SGP1> sorry my kyrillic typing sucks :)
[20:26] <Ramm25> DL1SGP1, > ?@825B
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[20:26] <nats`> woooooo my irc client support cyrilic oO
[20:26] <DL1SGP1> heh nats`
[20:27] <ibanezmatt13> anybody know how a NMEA sentence terminates exactly with its CR/LF
[20:27] <Ramm25> nats` @04 70 B51O)
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[20:27] <nats`> I don't read it :)
[20:27] <nats`> ibanezmatt13 what do you mean by how ?
[20:27] <fsphil> it might vary
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[20:28] <DL1SGP1> he said "c'est de la chance pour toi" nats
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[20:28] <ibanezmatt13> hmm, like is is \n\r or something
[20:28] <Ramm25> nats` I'm happy for you)))
[20:28] <fsphil> it might vary :)
[20:28] <nats`> oky thanks :D
[20:28] <ibanezmatt13> damn
[20:28] <fsphil> it could be \n or \n\r
[20:28] <fsphil> or \r\n? not seen that one
[20:28] <DL1SGP1> Ramm25: :0: 45;0?
[20:28] <ibanezmatt13> so I could just read up to a \n every time
[20:28] <nats`> ibanezmatt13 just reect them
[20:28] <nats`> reject
[20:29] <Ramm25> DL1SGP1, =>@<0;L=>. >B:C40 2K?
[20:29] <ibanezmatt13> hang on
[20:29] <nats`> reject all caracter outside number and letter
[20:29] <ibanezmatt13> this might help you understand what I mean: https://gist.github.com/ibanezmatt13/6953904
[20:29] <fsphil> you can't compare strings like that ibanezmatt13
[20:29] <DL1SGP1> 45AL 2A5 E>@>H>.
[20:29] <nats`> uhhmmm nop can't work
[20:29] <ibanezmatt13> damn
[20:29] <nats`> buffer is a char
[20:29] <fsphil> and the single quites only contain characters
[20:29] <fsphil> not strings
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[20:29] <nats`> you compare against two char
[20:30] <fsphil> quotes*
[20:30] <nats`> oups I let fsphil answer :)
[20:30] <Ramm25> DL1SGP1 O 8<5; 224C >B:C40 2K? O 87 C:@08=K.
[20:30] <ibanezmatt13> i see what you mean
[20:30] <ibanezmatt13> thanks
[20:30] <DL1SGP1> 5@<0=8O.
[20:30] <nats`> ibanezmatt13 on an algortihm note you'll have trouble if you process your packet like that
[20:31] <fsphil> ibanezmatt13: just compare against both
[20:31] <fsphil> using or
[20:31] <fsphil> if \n or \r
[20:31] <ibanezmatt13> ok, good idea
[20:31] <ibanezmatt13> thanks
[20:31] <fsphil> more robust that way
[20:31] <nats`> ibanezmatt13 don't forget to reset your counter
[20:31] <Ramm25> DL1SGP1 O B0: ?>4C<0;, DL :0: =8:0:. =8: - MB> @048>-?>7K2=>9?
[20:32] <ibanezmatt13> ah yes, thanks
[20:33] <DL1SGP1> 40 MB> <>9 @048>?>7K2=K5 ... DL1SGP
[20:33] <nats`> and for a more robust process you should maybe think about using a "two stage" buffer
[20:33] <Ramm25> ?>=OB=>. <>9 ?>7K2=>9 UR5FNK
[20:33] <nats`> is NMEA string always the same size ?
[20:33] <SP9UOB-Tom> no
[20:34] <nats`> so I would keep only one serial read
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[20:34] <nats`> and add to a buffer process it
[20:34] <nats`> if incomplete reading
[20:34] <nats`> and after destroying
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[20:34] <DL1SGP1> B ?@5:@0A=>3> 3>@>40 45AAK
[20:34] <mfa298> nats`: I've just done an example along those lines for him https://gist.github.com/m1ari/6954557
[20:35] <nats`> yep bette r:)
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[20:36] <Ramm25> DL1SGP1, 40. ?>8A: ?> 20H5<C ?>7K2=><C @57C;LB0B>2 =5 40;))
[20:36] <ibanezmatt13> btw nats`, I'm a big novice :)
[20:36] <fsphil> clear on '$' or buffer full, process on '\n' or '\r'
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[20:36] <nats`> ibanezmatt13 no problem there is only one way to learn :)
[20:36] <DL1SGP1> Ramm25: http://qrz.com/db/DL1SGP
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[20:37] <Ramm25> DL1SGP1 1>@>40)))
[20:38] <nats`> emergency situation.... no more cigarets in da house
[20:38] <nats`> time to PANIC !
[20:38] <ibanezmatt13> lol
[20:38] <Ramm25> DL1SGP1 http://vk.com/ramm25
[20:39] <mfa298> I've not found lack of cigarettes to be a panic situation, lack of beer however.
[20:39] <DL1SGP1> Ramm25: !?0A81>!
[20:39] <ibanezmatt13> fsphil, you said: "clear on '$' or buffer full, process on '\n' or '\r'"
[20:39] <ibanezmatt13> is that something to add to the code
[20:39] <Ramm25> DL1SGP1 2708<=>!
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[20:40] <fsphil> up to you ibanezmatt13. just one method amung many :)
[20:41] <ibanezmatt13> sure :)
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[20:45] <nats`> mfa298 I have enough beer to withstand a WW3
[20:45] <nats`> :D
[20:46] <mfa298> I realised I might have to panic as my beer supply is currently zero. Although panic is delayed by having whiskey availalbe
[20:46] <nats`> ok my verilog fir filter is totally buggy
[20:46] <nats`> whisky can delay anything
[20:47] <nats`> let's get a little drink of NIKKA
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[20:59] <Ramm25> someone sends photos to 255,550 now
[20:59] <Ramm25> SSTV
[21:00] <Hes> huh :)
[21:03] <nats`> what is 255,550 ?
[21:04] <Ramm25> 255.550 mhz satcom
[21:04] <nats`> oky
[21:06] <nats`> uhf pirate use of satellite nice
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[21:07] <Ramm25> nats` http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2p5IURvNhP0
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[21:08] <nats`> who the hell got the idea to put the satellite in open relay ? oO
[21:09] <Ramm25> US NAVY
[21:10] <nats`> I hope they fired the guy :p
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[21:13] <Ramm25> this is old and analog sat. uplink almost on 300 mhz, shift of about 40 MHz
[21:15] <mfa298> in the early days of various things stuff tended to be open hoping that people would do the right thing
[21:16] <mfa298> a lot of email relays used to be open in the early days of the internet
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[21:16] <nats`> but these satellite are still used for their primary use ?
[21:16] <enkidu> hoping that people are unable to do things
[21:18] <SP9UOB-Tom> enkidu: im flying straight to You :-)
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[21:18] <Ramm25> nats` No, they have worked and stayed for his reserve. now used by others - digital.
[21:19] <enkidu> SP9UOB-Tom: I have no antenna atm
[21:19] Nick change: Gaz -> Guest48228
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[21:19] <SP9UOB-Tom> enkidu: pity:-(
[21:19] <nats`> that's a fun use of military product I find :)
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[21:20] <Ramm25> nats` sure)))
[21:20] <Ramm25> enkidu hello
[21:20] <nats`> should put a 255MHz emitter on a balloon :D
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[21:21] <Ramm25> 294 mhz
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[21:22] <Gaz_2> Hey guy's, anyone on here?
[21:22] <Upu> evening Gaz
[21:23] <Gaz_2> Hey, how u doin Upu?
[21:23] <Upu> Well thanks
[21:23] <Ramm25> nats` http://translate.google.com.ua/translate?sl=ru&tl=en&prev=_t&hl=ru&ie=UTF-8&u=http://www.1slon.ru/satcom.html
[21:23] <Upu> quite a few people on here what can we do for you this evening
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[21:24] <arko> who is n9var?
[21:24] <Upu> no idea i just imported them from some GPSL launch announcements
[21:25] <Gaz_2> Cool. First time on here - was keen to see how active it was. Just started planning a balloon launch with the company I work for, and was keen to touch base with people who know a lot more than me about it! :-)
[21:25] <Upu> its very active on here :)
[21:25] <Upu> good place to hang out
[21:25] <Upu> and ask questions
[21:25] <Upu> however pls check the wiki first
[21:25] <arko> ^^
[21:25] <Upu> http://ukhas.org.uk
[21:26] <Gaz_2> Good point Upu - should have done that first - apologies
[21:26] <Upu> no worries good resource though
[21:26] <Upu> but hi, welcome aboard and ask away
[21:27] <mfa298> there's nothing wrong with coming on here and saying hi before reading the wiki
[21:27] Action: Upu goes and writes a wiki entry on how to say hi
[21:28] <nats`> Ramm25 nice link
[21:28] <nats`> I'm checking with a rtlsdr dongle on the 250MHz band
[21:28] <mfa298> will that be another of those pages that's impossible to find unless you know its there
[21:28] <nats`> there are many wideband transmition
[21:29] <nats`> but no LNA so will be hard to get narrow band fm
[21:29] <Ramm25> nats` i'm checking to. need the hellical antenna to hear better
[21:29] <arko> pretty amazing that they are flying a hab over the grand canyon
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[21:30] <Gaz_2> Thanks! No big queries right now - just finding where the knowledge is! We've a team of about 8 people in our company planning a joint launch with an attached charity. None of us done a launch before. I won't embarrass myself with newbie questions til I've read the wiki!!
[21:32] <Upu> yeah have a look round read other peoples blocks
[21:32] <Upu> blogs even
[21:33] <Upu> don't use a GSM Tracker
[21:33] <mfa298> well there are plenty of knowledgeable people around
[21:33] <chrisstubbs> or an 808 camera
[21:33] <Upu> SPOT trackers can also suck
[21:33] <Ramm25> nats` For the construction of peredatchka need an amplifier from the phone SENAO or ready radio BAOFENG
[21:33] <Gaz_2> (Frantically taking notes!!)
[21:33] <nats`> Ramm25 the lna will not be the problem I already did some with dual gate mosfet
[21:33] <mfa298> and if you're close to anyone launching you may be able to go along and find out how some of it works
[21:33] <nats`> I love DGate fet
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[21:33] <nats`> more an antenna problem :)
[21:34] <Ramm25> For the construction of transmitter need an amplifier from the phone SENAO or ready radio BAOFENG
[21:34] <nats`> ohh I don't want to do a transmitter
[21:34] <DL1SGP1> nats`: uhfsatcomm site has some nice antenna plans :)
[21:34] <nats`> not sure to be safe in france to do that :)
[21:34] <Gaz_2> I'm in sunny Scotland - not found anyone launching near yet - but perhaps you know better?
[21:35] <nats`> DL1SGP1 I suck at doing antenna I screwed so many yagi :p
[21:35] <Ramm25> nats` dont be afraid)))
[21:35] <nats`> I'm not a good metal worker :D
[21:35] <mfa298> not so many in scotland. I think there was one a few months back
[21:35] <DL1SGP1> well if you screw a jagi you get close to something like a helix :)
[21:36] <DL1SGP1> yagi even
[21:36] <Gaz_2> Scottish weather strikes again! Lol
[21:36] <Upu> there has been a launch or two in Scotland Gaz_2 but not sure who they were
[21:36] <Ramm25> my friend use 5 el yagi for transmitt, it's work
[21:36] <nats`> I see some really narrow band spike sometime in the 255MHz area but don't hear anything
[21:38] <Gaz_2> Good to know - I'll do some more searching
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[21:38] <Ramm25> nats`, how you calibrate your RTL?
[21:38] <OH7HJ> What GPS types you use for high alt balloons? I guess standard groung GPS's can not show high altitudes?
[21:39] <mfa298> UBlox
[21:39] <nats`> I don't do calibration
[21:39] <Ramm25> are you use sharsdr?
[21:39] <Ramm25> sharpsdr
[21:40] <Upu> OH7HJ http://ava.upuaut.net/store/index.php?route=product/category&path=59_64 any of those
[21:40] <Upu> apart from the timing module ofc
[21:40] <nats`> sdr# yes :)
[21:40] <OH7HJ> Tnx!
[21:41] <Willdude123> Is it me or is it really hard to get high-storage low-RAM vpses? I can barely find any.
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[21:42] <Ramm25> nats` there is a freq correction in "Configure"
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[21:42] <Upu> Willdude123 because storage costs money
[21:43] <nats`> uhhmm I have the offset in head :)
[21:43] <nats`> I use the AM freq of the airport near me to have it
[21:43] <mfa298> Willdude123: there's not many around. mostly beacause storage is a pain in virtualisation
[21:43] <mfa298> disks are generally slow
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[21:43] <Willdude123> I have actually seen a few dedicated servers that are quite cheap
[21:43] <Upu> arko http://flyapple.org/
[21:44] <Upu> is that APRS launch
[21:44] <GMT> nats`: the AM sigs from airports are not very accurate, they cane be + or - 5 khz
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[21:44] <Ramm25> nats` satcom use nfm
[21:44] <Willdude123> http://www.ovh.co.uk/dedicated_servers/kimsufi_2g.xml seems dodgy to me.
[21:44] <Willdude123> But 500gb O.O
[21:44] <nats`> I saw that
[21:44] <mfa298> best place for storage is probably looking at something like the amazon offerings
[21:44] <arko> these n9var guys are flying right over the grand canyon
[21:44] <Willdude123> Oh sold out. :)
[21:44] <arko> i should talk to these guys
[21:45] <Willdude123> mfa298, never looked into amazon cloud stuff
[21:45] <arko> my first hab 3 years ago fell in kingman az
[21:45] <tweetBot> @AnthonyStirk: Importing @FlyAppleSpace to http://t.co/lRGfVq8Qrc via aprs.fi to provide live predictions. Have a good flight #ukhas
[21:45] <mfa298> Atom and Server not two words I'd normally put together
[21:46] <Willdude123> Probably on a netbook or something, sounds dodgy.
[21:46] <mfa298> then again I probably wouldn't put the words SATA and server together either for preference.
[21:47] <Ramm25> nats` right now SSTV on 255 535
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[21:47] <Willdude123> EC2 looks complicated
[21:47] <Willdude123> All I want is something to stream torrents off.
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[21:48] <Upu> legal torrents yeah ?
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[21:49] <Upu> arko http://www.alicat.com/alicat-blog/alicats-in-the-wild/mass-flow-meters-for-high-altitude-ballooning/
[21:49] <Upu> looks like they are trying to cross the Atlantic
[21:49] <arko> AH!!!!!
[21:49] <arko> how did i not know about this!?
[21:49] <arko> this is why i like this channel! people talk!
[21:49] <arko> damn i should reach out and contact them
[21:50] <Upu> looks like they are on Twitter
[21:51] <arko> wow this is cool
[21:51] <Upu> ascent rate is a bit borderline for a guaranteed float but
[21:51] <arko> shame i would have driven out to join them
[21:51] <Upu> we shall see
[21:51] <arko> yeah, i was tjust thinking that
[21:51] <Upu> actually 2.4m/s
[21:51] <arko> maybe their control system will do the trick
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[21:51] <Upu> will be high if it flots
[21:51] <Ramm25> DL1SGP1 GB> C 20A B0<, A;KH=> GB>-B>?
[21:52] <Upu> I dread to think how much this payload weighs
[21:53] <GMT> it's a 'merican', so there will be an anvil involved somewhere
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[21:54] <Upu> they have done a fair number of launches
[21:54] <Upu> this isn't just a one off
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[21:55] <mfa298> we need arko (and others) to keep spreading the word that just because you can fly several kilos doesn't mean you have to
[21:55] <arko> hehe
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[21:56] <Upu> arko knows
[21:56] <Upu> he went euro a while ago
[21:56] <arko> :P
[21:56] Action: mfa298 imagines arko going all evangelical preacher on the heavyweight habbers
[21:57] <arko> i do do that!
[21:57] <arko> infact, i ran into a guy at a linux user group meeting (*shudder*) who was about to use a spot
[21:57] <arko> and an arduino to datalog
[21:58] <arko> they payload mass was already 4 lbs
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[21:59] <arko> damn, aprs isnt decoding over global tuners
[21:59] <Upu> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/63720513/Images/Funny/pico.jpg
[21:59] <arko> bad audio quality or something
[22:00] <arko> :') HOME OF THE FREE
[22:00] <Upu> Guess who : https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/63720513/Images/Funny/xBJoyFq.jpg
[22:00] <Willdude123> Upu of course they're legal, and obviously I'll only be downloading boring Public Domain films. ;)
[22:01] <arko> wat
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[22:01] <arko> is that Darkside?
[22:01] <Ramm25> i'm gonna sleep, good night everyone!
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[22:02] <Upu> yep arko :)
[22:02] <Upu> night Ramm
[22:02] <arko> haha! score 1
[22:02] <Willdude123> Upu AFAIK there aren't many "legal torrents"
[22:02] <GMT> does Darkside know you've got that?
[22:02] <Upu> Yup he uploaded it
[22:02] <chrisstubbs> Willdude123, like every linux distro
[22:03] <Willdude123> I guess
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[22:03] <Willdude123> It'd be a little creepy if he didn't.
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[22:04] <arko> haha
[22:04] <GMT> I know it's late, but I'm tempted to drive down the M4 to see if I can get a signal from B19
[22:05] <Willdude123> I've never actually been asked to take a selfie while soldering
[22:05] <Chris_M6CSV> Is B19 still up? Any estimates where it is?
[22:06] <GMT> B19 may be somewhere near Swindon, or south of there
[22:07] <chrisstubbs> Its probably a bit out of S_Mark's range :(
[22:08] <Chris_M6CSV> Should be in range on bournemouth then! How often does it beacon?
[22:08] <arko> man, we need to get americans more social and lighter
[22:08] <arko> that's a hell of a goal
[22:08] <Upu> lol
[22:08] <GMT> knowing Leo's flights, prob every 5 mins, with pips every 3 seconds in-between
[22:08] <Upu> heck arko start with something simple like a working governmen
[22:08] <Upu> t
[22:09] <chrisstubbs> *arko starts HABcamp*
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[22:09] <arko> AHAHAHAHAHA
[22:09] <arko> gont
[22:09] <arko> govt
[22:09] <arko> oh man
[22:09] <arko> thats a good joke upu
[22:09] <DL1SGP1> rofl
[22:09] <arko> chrisstubbs: brilliant
[22:09] <Upu> you know when your new national hero is a man who mows the lawn for no money you're in the shit
[22:09] <arko> haha
[22:09] <arko> i would vote for that dude over any congress person
[22:09] <arko> almost
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[22:11] <arko> Upu: looks like the ascent rate is slowing down
[22:11] <arko> this should be cool
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[22:13] <Upu> yep
[22:13] <Upu> if thats a 1600g Hwoyee
[22:13] <Laurenceb__> this is the shit right here
[22:13] <Laurenceb__> http://yorik.uncreated.net/guestblog.php?2012=180
[22:13] <Upu> its going to float
[22:14] <enkidu> protective helmet on
[22:14] <Upu> anyway good luck to them, I'm off night all
[22:14] <arko> Upu: did you see about my next hab launch?
[22:15] <arko> ah ok
[22:15] <arko> night dude
[22:15] <Upu> SP9UOB-Tom - look forward to receiving your launch :)
[22:15] <Upu> no arko
[22:15] <Upu> oh yes
[22:15] <Upu> the webpage where you click
[22:15] <arko> hah ya
[22:15] <Upu> I approve of the links to my shop :)
[22:15] <Upu> thx
[22:15] <arko> cool cool
[22:15] <arko> yeah, that preamp is awesome!
[22:15] <arko> worth it
[22:15] <enkidu> there was a case, that radiosonde damaged car
[22:15] <arko> trying to get people ready for 10mW
[22:15] <gonzo_> not many masts on the map this eve
[22:16] <Upu> FCD with Habamp does better than FCD Pro+
[22:16] <Upu> anyway night all
[22:16] <arko> nn
[22:16] <DL1SGP1> Have a good night Upu
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[22:19] <Lunar_Lander> night Upu
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[22:30] <arko> and it burst
[22:30] <arko> interesting
[22:31] <DL1SGP1> :)
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[22:47] <DL7AD> does anyone know something about SP3OSJ?
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[22:49] <enkidu> battery exploded
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[22:54] <SP9UOB-Tom> Upu: at the moment tracker is in "reboot" loop by Watchdog . im suspecting problem with i2c (ice shorted data line?). T
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[22:55] <SP9UOB-Tom> Upu: sinrise should solve the problem
[22:55] <SP9UOB-Tom> sunrise
[22:55] <SP9UOB-Tom> lol
[22:56] <nats`> fuck fuck fuck
[22:57] <nats`> I don't know why my verilog is buggy
[22:57] <nats`> -_-
[22:57] <jonsowman> language
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[22:58] <mattbrejza> ah verilog
[22:59] <SP9UOB-Tom> i have unintentially 'Leo' mode on ;-) http://sp9uob.verox.pl/pliki/cyclic_reboot.wav
[23:00] <SP9UOB-Tom> unintentionally
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[23:02] <nats`> I love verilog :p
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