Name Spaceant-D
Type PocketQube
Units or mass PocketQube 1p
Status not launched, expected in 2023
Organisation Universiti Sains Malaysia
Institution University
Entity Academic / Education
Nation Malaysia
Partners SpaceIn

Educational mission to collect sensor data and amateur radio payload.


Primary Mission Objective:

Secondary Missions Objectives:

The global amateur operators will be able to receive housekeeping and mission data from the sensor nodes. Each sensor nodes are equipped with microcontrollers, sensors, transceiver, and solar panels. It will be placed in remote areas where conventional IoT devices is not reachable.

Additionally, the mission will also give authorization to the Amateur operators in Malaysia to uplink their callsigns for other amateur services around the globe to receive it in non-real time. The uplinked callsign will be saved into the satellite's flash memory and downlinked back after some predetermined time. However, this operation will be under control and permission of the satellite owner (USM).

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Last modified: 2023-06-09
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