BRIO (Myriota)

Satellite name BRIO (Myriota)
Form factor CubeSat
Units or mass 3U
Status Operational? (Social media news on 2018-12-05 but no news found since. Last SatNOGS report where waterfall has packets from 2023-03-08. Last checked 2023-06-10)
Launched 2018-12-03
NORAD ID 43813
Deployer QuadPack (XL) [ISISpace],?
Launcher Falcon 9 (Spaceflight SSO-A, SHERPA)
Organisation Myriota
Institution Company
Entity type Commercial
Headquarters US
Manufacturer AIVT by SpaceQuest
Operator SpaceQuest
GS Service RBC Signals
Launch brokerer Spaceflight
Partners SpaceQuest

Test IoT/M2M service payload for Myriota.


Test IoT/M2M service. Test and evaluate an advanced RF Transceiver. Testing and demonstrating its IoT network.

The primary satellite mission of BRIO is to investigate, identify and resolve potential technical and implementation issues with its advanced satellite SDR radio design developed by Myriota. Another important objective is to demonstrate the ability to upload and run new firmware that can introduce new features to the SDR Radio after it is on orbit.

The results of this three-phase experiment will (1) demonstrate and validate the ability to uplink large numbers of messages to a satellite using a single channel, (2) demonstrate the ability to downlink messages to different ground devices on a single channel, and (3) implement an advanced signal processing algorithm on board a satellite to provide highly spectrally efficient bidirectional communications.

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Last modified: 2023-06-10

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