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FEES2 Updated: 02 May 2021   Responsible Operator Guido Parissenti IU2KLA
Supporting Organisation GP Advanced Projects srl  
Contact Person guido.parissenti@gpadvancedprojects.com.nospam  
Headline Details: A 0.3U CubeSat mission. The objectives are: 1. The satellite will provide a beacon and telemetry data for which amateur satellite users will be able to receive. 2. Perform a data relay, from the VHF band (reception) to the UHF band (transmission to ground). This will be opened to the radio amateur community. 3. Test the capabilities of reusable flight platform, which consists of TMTC module, onboard computer, Power system, ADCS (Attitude Determination and Control System), Antenna deployment system, radiation monitoring and payloads. 4. Test the capability to transmit TMTC command through the Iridium satellite network (non activated at mission startup, granting of permission still pending Astrophysical community and Iridium permissions) 5. Test LoRa transmission protocol to increase link budget.4 6. Detect the TID thanks to a dedicated radiation monitoring experiment. 7. Take and transmit picture of the ground. The satellite will have a VHF and UHF downlink in the 144-146 MHz and 435-438 MHz band, two UHF uplink in the 435-438 MHz band and in the 1260-1270 MHz band, one VHF uplink in the 144-146MHz Planning a polar orbit at approx 550km with launch on June 15th 2021 onboard Vigoride of Momentus. Proposing a 9k6 FSK downlink on VHF plus LoRa, 9k6 SSTV and FSK plus 38k4 DTV on UHF. More info at http://www.gpadvancedprojects.com/fees.html **The team has been informed "I regret to inform you that IARU is not in a position to coordinate frequencies for commercial missions."**
Application Date: 25 Apr 2021   Freq coordination completed on 02 May 2021

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