Nice. I’m not sure if LoRa will reach 330,000 ft for edge of space. I’m working on my FCC Amateur radio license for some short wave highpower transceivers. I’m only looking for 50,000 feet tops.
Transmitted on 7m and 15m bands.
The elliptical orbit of the satellite had an perigee of 228 km, an apogee of 947 km, and an orbital inclination of 65.1 degrees from the equator. It completed a revolution in 96.17 minutes.
It is possible to talk to ISS on very few watts VHF and UHF with the appropriate aerials.
Oscar7, 144MHz up 28MHz down, great days with IC211 and IC701 transcievers, manually compensating for doppler.
Simple aerials, crossed dipoles.