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MEMEsat-1 Updated: 25 Jul 2022   Responsible Operator Whittier Watts KO4EBW
Supporting Organisation University of Georgia Small Satellite Research Laboratory  
Contact Person WhitmWatts682064@gmail.com.nospam  
Headline Details: MEMESat-1 is a 2U satellite which will be used to transmit and receive images and audio over amateur radio bands, serve as a repeater for the amateur radio community, and allow engagement with the satellite by anyone with an internet connection through a GUI hosted on letsgo2space.com, the website of MEMESat-1 non-profit client. MEMESat-1 will receive commands and payload uplinks from UGA?s ground station, downlink payload to the ground station, and serve as a repeater for the ham radio community. Proposing a UHF downlink using 40k and 9k6 GMSK. Planning a Rocket Lab deployment from KSC in summer 2023 to a 400km 51.6 degree orbit. More info from Lab Website: www.smallsat.uga.edu/ Client Website: www.letsgo2space.com/memesatellite-1 We will publish all transmission formats at the URL www.smallsat.uga.edu/memesat **A downlink on 437.450 MHz has been coordinated**
Application Date: 22 Jun 2022   Freq coordination completed on 25 Jul 2022

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