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InnoCubE Updated: 20 Jul 2023   Responsible Operator Simon Glasner DO5XG
Supporting Organisation TU Berlin  
Contact Person simon.glaesner@tu-berlin.de.nospam  
Headline Details: Besides education, the goal of the InnoCube mission is technology demonstration. The data concerning is the telemetry data itself, a functioning satellite suggests the demonstration to be successful. Operations will therefore serve the technology demonstration, however the main focus of operations, once a functioning satellite is established, is education. Technology demonstration of a wireless satellite bus (ISM radio application inside the satellite opposed to wired harness between subsystems, power of 9 dBm) Technology demonstration of fibre reinforced spacecraft walls for energy storage with solidstate batteries GNSS determination experiment in parallel operations with a laser ranging reflector Student education of TU Berlin and JMU W├╝rzburg and TU Braunschweig (lectures of satellite operations, satellite technology) Technology research will be published publicly. Ax.25 communication protocol, additionally Forward Error Correction testing (FX.25, RS223,255) Github for telemetry reception, decoding (git.tuberlin. de/rft) using software-defined radio The onboard software of the satellite (CORFU/Rodos) is open-source, publicly available by channels of JMU. Education of students as part of lectures, student theses in development and operations. Proposing a UHF downlink with 9k6 GMSK. Planning an Exolaunch from Vandenberg in October 2024 into a 500-600 km polar orbit. More info at https://www.tu.berlin/raumfahrttechnik/fachge biet/amateurfunk and https://www.tu.berlin/en/raumfahrttechnik/research/current-projects/innocube
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