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KOSEN-1 Updated: 23 Sep 2019   Responsible Operator Asato Taniwaki JA5YBZ
Supporting Organisation National Institute of Technology, Kochi College  
Contact Person c5421@gm.kochi-ct.jp.nospam  
Headline Details: A 2U CubeSat.1. We receive Morse CW signals on 21 MHz band with the onboard SDR and decoded call signs will be sent on 430 MHz downlink. 2. We perform in-orbit test of newly developed attitude control system using dual reaction wheel mechanism. 3. We perform in-orbit test of an on-board computer system consisted of Linux base microcomputer. 4. We perform in-orbit expansion test of the 21 MHz half-wave dipole antenna for Morse CW signals reception and Jupiter’s millisecond radio bursts observation. 5. We observe Jupiter millisecond radio bursts with the expanded HF dipole antenna and on-board SDR. 6. We perform 360-degree Camera Unit test to take all-sky images with two fish-eye cameras. Proposing a UHF downlink using 9k6 FSK packet, 1k2 AFSK packet and CW. Planning a launch from Japan during fiscal year 2020 into a 500km SSO. More info at http://space.kochi-ct.jp/kosen-1/ **A downlink on 435.525 MHz with reception of CW signals in the frequency band 21.125-21.150 MHz have been coordinated**
Application Date: 30 Jul 0019   Freq coordination completed on 01 Jan 1970

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