This is my Motorola Syntor X VHF radio listening to the 145.200 MHz simplex frequency on the 2m amateur band (IARU Region 1, Hungary). Signal strength is 5/9, eliminating all communications on the frequency, when it passes over Europe.

The chinese made KAITUO 1B satellite is jamming the simplex frequencies around here, because its downlink is placed on the 145.200 MHz frequency (amateur radio simplex frequency range), instead of the satellite frequency range (around 143-144 MHz).

“THANK YOU”CHINA! Thank you very much…..

You can track the satellite here:

Satellite Data:

Uplink (MHz): N/A
Downlink (MH): 145.475/437.950
Beacon (MHz): N/A
Mode: 9k6 GMSK
Call sign: BJ1SH
Status: Active

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