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e-kagaku-1 Updated: 11 Jan 2023   Responsible Operator Rin Yoshino JK1FUT
Supporting Organisation The e-kagaku Association of Global Science and Education  
Contact Person rin_d27a_7311@outlook.jp.nospam  
Headline Details: A 1U CubeSat mission. (1) TNC Development Develop original TNC for ground station and share the know-how to other amateur radio operators. TNC materials that have been developed are listed below. TNC system design overview (2) Analogue FM Audio Transmission Conduct a digi-talker. Amateur radio operators can receive our voice data. The voice data includes a greeting from the developer. (3) Youth Education Provide education opportunities to junior high and high school students. Students design the systems and participate in operations. (4) SLR (Satellite Laser Ranging) / Non-amateur Mission Measure the round-trip flight time of ultrashort pulses of light to the satellite. Laser irradiation and ranging are performed periodically with the cooperation of JAXA and laser sites in other countries. Proposing VHF downlinks carrying CW, FM voice, 1k2 AFSK or 9k6 GMSK using AX25. Planning a JAXA launch to the ISS in Spring 2024. More info at http://ekagaku-sat.net **A downlink on 145.840 MHz has been coordinated**
Application Date: 07 Oct 2022   Freq coordination completed on 11 Jan 2023

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