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TTU100 Updated: 26 Oct 2018   Responsible Operator Eerik Lossmann ES1JX
Supporting Organisation Tallinn University of Technology  
Contact Person eerik.lossmann@ttu.ee.nospam  
Headline Details: A 1U CubeSat with deploying solar panels. The mission of TTU satellite is to perform remote sensing in visible and IR electromagnetic spectrum from 500-600 km polar orbit for technology demonstration purposes. Another mission task is to test amateur 10.450 – 10.500 GHz band frequencies for high-speed data downlink operations. Proposing to use OQPSK with data rates between 62.5kbps and 20Mbps on 10GHz and FSK/GMSK/MSK with data rates between 1k2 and 9k6 on UHF. Will additionally carry a CW beacon on UHF. No launch has been determined but it is planned for SSO in the late 2018/early 2019 timeframe. **Frequencies have been coordinated as follows: primary downlink 10465.000 MHz and secondary downlink 435.450 MHz.** **Now planning a launch from Kourou in May 2019 into a 500km SSO with an LTAN of 22:30 hours**
Application Date: 09 Jun 2017   Freq coordination completed on 03 Sep 2017

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