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CUNYSAT-1 Updated: 10 Dec 2012   Responsible Operator Shermane Austin KC2NAZ
Supporting Organisation Medgar Evers College  
Contact Person Shermane.austin@gmail.com.nospam  
Headline Details: CUNYSAT-1 is a 1U Cubesat project engaging students in the City University of New York (CUNY) with participation from Medgar Evers College, City College of New York, the College of Staten Island, Queensborough Community College and Brooklyn College. The science objective of CUNYSAT-1 is the investigation of ionospheric disturbances using GPS signals. The ionospheric scintillation experiment will include a 12-channel L1 C/A code GPS receiver collecting data with a 50Hz frequency and measurements will include L1 frequency phase amplitudes. CUNYSAT-1 will use full-duplex communication to transmit science and telemetry data on the UHF amateur radio band and uplink commands on the VHF amateur radio band. A CW beacon will also be used to transmit key telemetry on the UHF band. No launch has yet been defined.** A downlink freqeuncy of 437.505MHz has been co-ordinated**
Application Date: 01 Aug 2010   Freq coordination completed on 10 Dec 2012

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