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Z-Sat Updated: 27 Jan 2018   Responsible Operator Yasutaka Narusawa JR2XEA
Supporting Organisation Komaki Amateur Radio SATCOM Club  
Contact Person jr2xea@nagoya.so-net.jp.nospam  
Headline Details: A 50kg microsat with two missions:(1) Mission: BBS service Exchanging messages between amateurs all over the world in amateur service. Any amateur can use the space station like a BBS by uploading and downloading messages. The specific steps includes: An amateur radio station transmits messages to the space station for individual/public and these messages are stored in the space station. Another amateur radio station transmits a specific message to the space station and the space station transmits a reply message whether any message to him exists or not. If exists, the amateur radio station can receive the message by transmitting a specific message to the space station. Frequency band: - UPLINK : 435-438 MHz - DOWNLINK : 145-146 MHz (Note:The usage of the BBS is shown in the following URL. (same as ChubuSat-2 except frequencies) https://www.frontier.phys.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/chubusat/chubusat_satellite2.html [Non-Amateur Mission] using frequencies outside the amateur satellite service spectrum (2) Mission: The Earth observation Imaging particular site with the infrared camera. Frequency band: - UPLINK : S-band - DOWNLINK : S-band No launch defined but planning a sun synchronous LEO. **BBS downlink has been coordinated on 145.875 MHz and for the BBS uplink 435.480 MHz**
Application Date: 19 Sep 2017   Freq coordination completed on 16 Oct 2017

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