Archive for the ‘ANSR Tracker’ Category

Kenpro KR-5400 Rotator Controller Repair

At out last balloon flight, I discovered two problems with the rotator system.  The Elevation Meter was intermittent, and tapping on it would make the reading fall to zero, and tapping again would bring it back to the correct position.  This didn’t seem to be affecting the automatic control. I also found that the azimuth-right […]

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August 2017 Eclipse High Altitude Balloon Flights

The ham radio club that I am a member of supported two high altitude balloon flights from the area of Glendo, Wyoming on August 21st, 2017.

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ANSR Ground Station Tracking System

In support of the Arizona Near Space Research group, I have agreed to set up a new ground station for tracking the balloon flights.  We do this in order to point directional antennas at the balloons as they float across the state on their missions.  I had done this about 10 – 12 years ago […]

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ANSR – Arizona Near Space Research work

After having taken a break for a few years, I have renewed my membership in the Arizona Near Space Research group.  This is a club that specializes in high-altitude balloon launches that carry payloads typically designed and built by students ranging from Jr. High to Post Graduate levels.  I was involved in the club shortly […]

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