S-Net Satellites

S-Net
Name S-Net
Spacecraft type Nanosatellite
Units or mass 8 kg
Organization Technical University of Berlin
Institution University
Entity type Academic / Education
Nation Germany
Launch brokerer Exolaunch
Oneliner

Demonstrate multipoint inter-satellite-link with S-band transceiver.

Description

Demonstrate multipoint inter-satellite-link with S-band transceiver. Verify the newly developed / optimized ISL communication protocols (OSI level 3 and above). Analyse the stability of a nanosatellite formation. Demonstrate the feasibility of nanosatellites as a base for demanding commmunication missions.

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Related Spacecraft

Satellite Status Rocket Date Orbit
S-Net 1 (Tubsat 13, S-NET A) Operational? (Website lists extended operations project to finish in December 2023 but last SatNOGS reports with data 2021-09-16 last checked 2023-06-08) Sojuz-2-1a 2018-02-01 580 km, 97.8 deg
S-Net 2 (Tubsat 14, S-NET B) Operational? (Website lists extended operations project to finish in December 2023 but last SatNOGS reports with data 2022-05-27 last checked 2023-06-08) Sojuz-2-1a 2018-02-01 580 km, 97.8 deg
S-Net 3 (Tubsat 15, S-NET C) Operational? (Website lists extended operations project to finish in December 2023 but last SatNOGS reports with data 2022-12-14 last checked 2023-06-08) Sojuz-2-1a 2018-02-01 580 km, 97.8 deg
S-Net 4 (Tubsat 16, S-NET D) Operational? (Website lists extendests extended operations project to finish in December 2023 but l reports with data 2022-08-29 last checked 2023-06-08) Sojuz-2-1a 2018-02-01 580 km, 97.8 deg

Last modified: 2023-11-04

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