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TRSI-Sat

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 will fly in late 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 - 2019 OnS LC-1 Electron KS with ALE 2, NOOR 1A, NOOR 1B, ATL 1, FossaSat 1, SMOG-P