IARU Amateur Satellite Frequency Coordination

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ChubuSat-2 Updated: 03 Feb 2016   Responsible Operator Hiroshi Ikebuchi JR2KQE
Supporting Organisation Komaki Amateur Radio SATCOM Club  
Contact Person hiroshi1_ikebuchi@mhi.co.jp.nospam  
Headline Details: A 50kg class spacecraft. This satellite is planned to (1) relay messages in amateur service. The relay messages are the service people can use the space station as the mail box. The specific steps includes:  An amateur radio station transmits messages to the space station for individual/public and the messages are stored in the space station.  Another amateur radio station transmits a command to the space station and the space station transmits presence or absence of the messages.  If there are messages which another amateur radio station can access, another amateur radio station transmits a command and the space station transmits the messages. It will use AX25/KISS with 1k2 FSK uplink on VHF and 9k6 GMSK downlink on UHF (2) To observe the radiation from Sun and Earth by the radiation detector. (3) To take pictures of particular site on Earth and space debris by the Infrared camera. A launch is planned by JAXA in Dec 2015 into a 575km circular orbit with a 31 degree inclination. It will be launched together with Chubusat-3 and HORYU-4 and maybe others.**A user uplink on 145.840 MHz and a downlink on 437.100 MHz have been coordinated** ** A launch date of Feb 12th 2016 has now been advised**
Application Date: 10 Feb 2015   Freq coordination completed on 01 Jan 1970

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