CAS-6 CW beacon (145.910 MHz) has been turned on but the antenna is undeployed.
If you have “big ears” you may be able to receive very weak signals from CAS-6.
TLE for TIANQIN-1 are not confirmed but look around #44879
1 44879U 19093A 20007.82948568 .00000114 00000-0 21472-4 0 9999
2 44879 97.9751 84.8379 0014999 197.0875 162.9824 14.81298147 2773
Today CAS-6 has been successfully launched, the satellite is currently in orbit testing, the amateur radio payload is expected to be operational in about three days.
CAMSAT’s amateur radio payload CAS-6 piggybacked on a technology test satellite TIANQIN-1 will be launched at 03:21 UTC on December 20, 2019 from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center of China using a CZ-4B launch vehicle. The primary payload of this launch is China-Brazil Earth Resources Satellite CBERS-4A.
Satellite Name: CAS-6/TIANQIN-1
● Orbit type: SSO
● Apogee: 629km
● Inclination: 97.89˚
● Period: 97min
● Satellite Architecture: Micro-satellite
● Mass: 35kg
● Stabilization: three-axis stabilization system with its +Y surface facing the earth
● Amateur Radio Payload:
● Call sign: BJ1SO
● VHF Antenna: one 1/4λ monopole antenna with max.0dBi gain is located at +Z side
● UHF Antenna: one 1/4λ monopole antenna with max.0dBi gain is located at -Z side
● CW Telemetry Beacon: 145.910MHz 17dBm
● AX.25 4.8k Baud GMSK Telemetry: 145.890MHz 20dBm
● U/V Linear Transponder Downlink: 145.925MHz 20dBm, 20kHz bandwidth, Inverted
● U/V Linear Transponder Uplink: 435.280MHz