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Shin-En2 Updated: 20 May 2014   Responsible Operator Seiji Fukushima JH6RTO
Supporting Organisation Kagoshima University  
Contact Person fukushima@eee.kagoshima-u.ac.jp.nospam  
Headline Details: 1:To establish communication technologies with a long range as far as moon. 2:To establish a new technology of the ultra-light-weight satellite. Proposing a WSJT 29dBm UHF downlink and a 29dBm 20 kHz linear transponder and a CW beacon all on UHF with a VHF uplink for the transponder Orbit will be quite different from the previous cube satellites. Shin-En2 will have an elliptic orbit around the Sun and travel to a deep space orbit between Venus and Mars. Its inclination will be almost zero, which means Shin-En2 will stay in the Earth’s equatorial plane. The distance from the Sun will be between 0.7 and 1.3 AU, where AU (Astronomical Unit) is approximately 1.5 x 108 km. Expected to launch with ArtSat-2 Despatch. More info at http://www.eee.kagoshima-u.ac.jp/~fuku-lab/sinen,english.html ** Transponder uplink frequencies of 145.940 -145.960MHz plus a downlink on 435.280-435.260MHz have been coordinated. Also a beacon on 437.505MHz and telemetry on 437.385MHz**
Application Date: 20 Feb 2014   Freq coordination completed on 20 May 2014

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