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PolyITAN-1 Updated: 22 Mar 2014   Responsible Operator Mykola Pershyn UX5UF
Supporting Organisation National Technical University of Ukraine  
Contact Person pershin@ukr.net.nospam  
Headline Details: PolyITAN-1 is a project driven by Kiev National University “KPI” in cooperation with Ukrainian HAM radio community. Mission is to launch Ukrainian educational satellite build by KPI students and space exploration enthusiasts. Specific mission targets are: • Develop, build, test, launch and operate a Ukrainian small satellite platform based on Cubesat standard. • Conduct mission experiments with following payloads: o Sun sensor o Attitude position and orientation system including system software o Test on-board GLONASS/GPS navigation subsystem • Build ground segment infrastructure for satellite communication • Develop and test onboard and ground telecommunication software, implement telecommunication protocols • Establish cooperation between educational institute, space agency(s) and various government authorities, HAM radio community e.t.c. A 1U cubesat using 1k2 AFSK AX25 downlink with 600mW on UHF. Will also have a CW beacon. More details herehttp://amsat.at.ua/load/telemetry_decoding_information_for_iaru/1-1-0-2 Planning a launch from Yasny in Russia. ** A revised downlink frequency of 437.675MHz has now been coordinated to avoid interference occurring with another spacecraft on the same launch**
Application Date: 22 Mar 2013   Freq coordination completed on 11 Jun 2013

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