PSat 2 [USNA]
PSat 2 (ParkinsonSAT) is a student satellite project which is a two way communications transponder for relaying remote telemetry, sensor and user data from remote environmental experiments or other data sources back to experimenters via a global network of internet linked volunteer ground stations. The data transponder also includes all telemetry, command and control for a complete cubesat.
The PSat-2 is a 1.5U CubeSat. The unique features of PSAT-2 are the APRS transponder and the PSK31 transponder, both of which flew on PSAT-1 and the new APRStt (TouchTone)/Voice transponder, for which a prototype flies on the eXCITe (QIKCOM-2) satellite, which lets everyone do APRS using any radio with DTMF keypad, not just those with APRS radios.
|Type / Application:||Experimental Communication|
|Operator:||US Naval Academy Satellite Lab|
|Contractors:||US Naval Academy Satellite Lab|
|Power:||Solar cells, batteries|
|Orbit:||306 km × 849 km, 28.53°|
|PSat 2 (Navy-OSCAR 104, NO 104)||2019-036R||25.06.2019||CCK LC-39A||Falcon-Heavy (Block 5)||with DSX , FORMOSAT 7A, 7B, 7C, 7D, 7E, 7F, GPIM, OTB 1, NPSat 1, Oculus-ASR, Prox 1, LightSail 2, ARMADILLO, FalconSat 7, E-TBEx A, E-TBEx B, BRICSat 2, Prometheus 2.6, Prometheus Mass Model, TEPCE 1, 2, CP 9 (LEO), StangSat|