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TRSI-Sat (TRSI 1), TRSI 2

TRSI-Sat [My Radar]

TRSI-Sat is a picosatellite developed by My Radar to the 1P PocketQube form factor.

TRSI-Sat features two experiments:

  • First is a waterfall experiment which will show an image in the waterfall diagram by hopping the frequency within its transmission band (image-type beacon). The experiment will try out correlation algorithms on this signal to find out if it can be detected under weak signal conditions.
  • The second experiment is to analyze RF reception capabilities from LEO with a novel detector receiver and a small patch antenna. It was designed to test if small satellite receivers which donīt need deployable antennas are feasible.

The satellite was launched on 6 December 2019 together with other PocketQubes and other satellites on an Electron KS launch vehicle.

Nation: Germany
Type / Application: Technology
Operator: My Radar
Contractors: My Radar
Equipment:
Configuration: PocketQube (1P)
Propulsion: None
Power: Solar cells, batteries
Lifetime:
Mass: 0.2 kg
Orbit:
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
TRSI-Sat (TRSI 1) 2019-084H 06.12.2019 OnS LC-1A Electron KS with ALE 2, NOOR 1A, NOOR 1B, ATL 1, FossaSat 1, SMOG-P
TRSI 2 - 2021 CC Falcon-9 v1.2 (Block 5) with QPS-SAR 2, Umbra-SAR 2001, Capella 2, 3, XR 1, Landmapper-Demo 6, 7, GNOMES 2, GHGSat C2, Hawk 2A, 2B, 2C, SHERPA-FX 1, Vigoride 1, ION-SVC 2, SAMSON 1, 2, 3, AuroraSat 1, RadCube, VZLUsat 2, LINCS A, B, UVSQ-SAT, CPOD A, B, Astrocast 1.x1, ..., 1.x5, SpaceBEE x1, ..., x36, Delfi-PQ 1, SATTLA 2, EASAT, HADES, Grizu-263a, LibertyQube 1, Pycubed, Tartan Artibeus, PTD 1, Lemur-2 x1, ..., x8, SW1FT, Prometheus-2 10, ARCE 1A, 1B, 1C, (multiple satellites)