|Units or mass
||Operational (Numerours CW beacon reception reports on Twitter as of 2021-12-29)
||J-POD (JAXA Picosatellite Deployer),?
||National Institute of Technology
||Academic / Education
Educational mission and demonstrate CubeSat platform technologies.
- We receive Morse CW signals on 21 MHz band with the onboard SDR and decoded call signs will be sent on 430 MHz downlink.
- We perform in-orbit test of newly developed attitude control system using dual reaction wheel mechanism.
- We perform in-orbit test of an on-board computer system consisted of Linux base microcomputer.
- We perform in-orbit expansion test of the 21 MHz half-wave dipole antenna for Morse CW signals reception and Jupiter’s millisecond radio bursts observation.
- We observe Jupiter millisecond radio bursts with the expanded HF dipole antenna and on-board SDR.
- We perform 360-degree Camera Unit test to take all-sky images with two fish-eye cameras.
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Last modified: 2023-06-09
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