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TUMnanoSAT Updated: 01 Apr 2020   Responsible Operator Nicolae Secrieru ER1TUM
Supporting Organisation Technical University of Moldova  
Contact Person nicolae.secrieru@cnts.utm.md.nospam  
Headline Details: A 1U CubeSat mission- to help students to understand satellite subsystems, satellite design and launch process - to promote radio amateur communication - to study the operation and behavior, reliability of the sensors based on nano- and micro-wires in the space conditions; - testing of attitude subsystem sensors for determining of satellite attitude (magnetometers, micro-gyroscopes, sun sensors) in order to optimize attitude control algorithms. - to establish effective communication subsystem "satellite-ground station" with the possibility to modify the communication rate range to ensure high reliability; - to check the communication protocol "satellite-ground station" with different levels of access. Proposing a UHF 9k6 GMSK AX25 downlink of beacons and telemetry. Planning a JAXA KiboCUBE deployment from the ISS in Jan 2021. More info at https://cnts.utm.md/tumnanosat/
Application Date: 30 Mar 2020   Freq coordination completed on

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