|Satellite Info Page of KD4APP|
|AAU Cubesat||operational||Launched June 30, 2003
9600 baud GMSK on 437.450MHz (CW in "safe" mode)
|AO-7||operational||Operational only in sunlight - no battery power|
|AO-16 (PACSAT)||operational||Digipeater and WOD - No BBS|
|My AO-40 page / AMSAT-DL's AO-40 Page|
|AO-49||non-operational||RUBIN-2 / SAFIR-M|
|BlueSat||future launch||UNSW - Australia|
|CANX-1||unknown||Launched June 30, 2003
437.88MHz (two-tone 1200 & 1800)
|Citizen Explorer||future launch||University
Secondary payload on a Delta II launch target Nov 2004 into 700km
98 degree inclination orbit. Payload will experiment with PPP and IP
protocols and other research projects including battery technologies.
|Cubesat RAFT||future launch||USN|
|CUTE-1||operational||Launched June 30, 2003
CW Beacon 436.8375, packet 437.470
Launch, 70cm CW Beacon,
70cm down / 1.2 gHz up (AX.25, FM. SRLL)
2m for control - Digipeater to be open to public - Ham Radio Info
|CUTE-II||future launch||After CUTE-1.7|
|DTUsat||unknown||Launched June 30, 2003
436.675 MHz LSB - 2400 baud AFSK packet
|EMERALD||future launch||437.475 TX/RX - 145.xx cross-link RX|
|Falconsat 3||future launch||Air Force
Academy - Will consist of a Pacsat type
store and forward package - 145MHz uplink at 9k6
with 7 watt, 435MHz downlink either 9k6, 38k4, or 76k8.
Launch date predicted Oct 2006 from Cape Canaveral.
|FO-20||operational||Operational when not in eclipse|
|HAUSAT-1||future launch||Hankuk Aviation University - Seoul|
|ICEcube 1 & 2||future launch||Cornell
Will down link in 435MHz band when over Ithaca NY.
|ION||future launch||University of Illinois (70cm downlink)|
|KIWISAT||future launch||2M down links and uplinks on 70cm and 23cm (FM & linear)|
|KO-25||non-operational||Beacon noise only|
|KUTESat-Pathfinder||future launch||University of Kansas|
|MEROPE Cubesat||future launch||Expected to be launched Fall 2003
Downlink: 437.445 MHz and Uplink 145.835
|MO-46 (Tiungsat-1)||operational||38,400 Baud|
|MSU Cubesat||future launch||Downlink 145.810 and Uplink 145.990|
|NCube||future launch||Norwegian Space
2m up and 70cms down digipeater.
on along with Unmodulated
*** Do not use BBS ***
|Oscar Eagle||future launch||Expected to be launched in 2006|
|Oscar Echo / AO51||operational||Launched in
29 June 2004
More info - here and here.
|PEHUENSAT-1||future launch||Educational Satellite by the School of
Engineering in Argentina. TX 145.825
1200 baud AX.25
|Phase 3-E||future launch||AMSAT-DL|
|Phase 5-A||future launch||AMSAT-DL|
|PCSAT2||future launch||Prototype Info|
|PO-28/POSAT||operational||(not for amateur use)|
|PO-34||operational||(not for amateur use)|
June 30, 2003
9600 packet on 436.675MHz
Packets decoded by me
|RS15||operational||QSO's reported near end of February 2003|
aka RS-22, NASA catalog # 27939
Downlink 145.840 (not heard) and 435.352 FM/CW
Satellitenwelt writes: When in range of "Moshaiski Militar-weltraum-akademie"
in Sankt Petersburg Russia (60N,30E) it will send data packets.
|SaudiSat 2||unknown||Launched 29 June 2004
together with Oscar Echo.
Not known if this satellite is Amateur Radio related.
of Aerospace Eng - Nihon Univ. Japan.
Will use AX25 for data and telemetry downlink on 70cms
and also carry a 70cms CW beacon TX. Planned winter 2004
launch into a 500-700km sun synchronous 98 degree orbit.
|SO-42||unknown||Last reported as "testing - expected to be operational soon"|
|SO-50||operational||Saudisat 1C - Need 67hz tone on uplink|
|Standford Cubesat||future launch|
|UNISAT-2||unknown||Launched December 20, 2002
145.933 MHz UniSat-2 9600bps Telemetry
148.135 MHz FM
of Rome - launched 29 June 2004
together with Oscar Echo. Intended to contain a V/U FM
transponder and 9k6 GMSK telemetry downlink. GMSK
downlink heard on 435.275 over Europe but not in USA.
Originally proposed to use the same frequencies as
are used by AO-27.
|UO-11||operational||Downlink only - More info - here|
|UO-14||non-operational||Declared at "end of life" by control operators|
|UO-22||non-operational||Had battery problems - non-operational now|
- Transponder Freq: 435.25 UL / 145.90 DL
|XI-IV||operational||Launched June 30, 2003
|XI-V||future launch||Intelligent Space Systems Lab - Univ. of Tokyo|
Updated: 13 September 2005
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