|Name||Brik2 (Brik-II, BRIK-II)|
|Units or mass||6U|
|Status||Operational (Official news on the website)|
|Deployer||QuadPack (XL) [ISISpace]|
|Organisation||Royal Netherlands Air Force|
|Entity||Government (Civil / Military)|
|Manufacturer||AIVT by ISISpace|
|Launch brokerer||Virgin Orbit|
|Partners||TU Delft, ISISpace|
Military RF receiver and Langmuir probe to measure electron density.
The satellite hosts three demonstration payloads. The first one is a store and forward radio, developed by the RNLAF 982SQN, allowing the forces to send secure messages via the satellite.
The scintillation monitor, developed by the University of Oslo (UiO) measures ionosphere scintillation, enabling the RNLAF to analyze and determine whether interferences in the GPS and other communication are due to natural events, or by potential adversaries.
The third payload is the ESM sensor, developed by the NLR, which allows the RNLAF to detect and analyze the use of radio signals. The Delft University of Technology was involved in the project as an adviser to the RNLAF.
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