New satellite: Światowid

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#1

Hi,
The new satellite Światowid is waiting for launch on ISS. Is it possible to add a satellite to data base?
I will provide NORAD-ID after launching.
Thanks :wink:

TYPE: Transreceiver (half-duplex)

MODE: AFSK1k2; APRS frame

BAUD: 1200B/s

DOWNLINK: 435,5 MHz

Detail:

http://www.amsatuk.me.uk/iaru/finished_detail.php?serialnum=609

https://satrevolution.com/projects/swiatowid/


Antares-230 Launch - 2019-04-17
#2

Hello @m_wisniewski !

Since I can see that you are directly involved in the project, we have a few additional questions:

  • What is the encoding that you will be using for your frames/telemetry? Where is it publicly documented?
  • What is the information about your FM V/U transponder that your IARU application references?
  • Please also supply information about your S-band transmitter.

Thanks!


#3

Hello @m_wisniewski,

I am from the ham radio club in Grenoble (ADRI38). We help the CSUG about RF stuff and about the setup of the ground station. I met several times the collaborators of Satrevolution when they visited Grenoble to give a talk at the differents reviews meeting of AMICal-SAT, because I am also member of the review panel. (I met several times Artur Wąż and his collegue )

I guess that Światowid and AMICal-SAT share lot of the RF comms, so everything we setup for Światowid will help for AMICal-SAT too.

Regarding the S-band transmitter, is this gnuradio flow still up to date to decode the pictures of Światowid ? https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1InfC9h5D34tY5pQpmVkT5LEM7IGYM1fD

Don’t forget about the wonderful opportunity that SatNOGS give to your corporate image. Because SatNOGS is used by a lot of University projects, lot of the users are in a team that will send a satellite on day or another, so they exactly need what you can sell to them : a cheap and powerfull platform for their project, but to seduce them, you need to be very open about your transmissions and work hard with us to allow a deep integration of your transmissions in our network.

Thank you