IARU Amateur Satellite Frequency Coordination
|SATLLA-2||Updated: 04 Dec 2021||Responsible Operator||Yosef Pinhasi 4Z1VC|
|Supporting Organisation||Ariel University|
|Headline Details: A 2P picosat 5x5x10cm 300 gram. The satellite’s mission is an educational one. This satellite was designed and constructed by students. The aim is for the satellite to introduce the students to the “new-space” frontier - with a hands-on practice.
The cubesat’s LEDs will flash brightly enough to be seen by an earth located telescope - as the SATLLA-2 passes across the night sky.
SATLLA-2 will take low-resolution photos and will broadcast the photos over the amateur radio. SATLLA-2 will broadcast a signal over amateur radio with its position in orbit and data from its sensors (battery status, gyro, gps)
SATLLA-2 will relay short messages over amateur radio with
|Application Date:||17 Sep 2020||Freq coordination completed on||26 Oct 2020|
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