The Polish amateur radio satellite PW-SAT built by students at the Warsaw University of Technology was featured on BRITE TV.
The Internet TV channel BRITE TV, covers the construction of the first Polish scientific satellites BRITE-PL 1 – Lem and BRITE-PL 2 – Hevelius which will be part of the BRITE constellation. Sometimes the TV channel covers other topics related to space technology.
Episode 14 talks about the CubeSat PW-SAT, built by students of Warsaw University of Technology working with the Space Research Centre PAS, due to be launched on Vega at the end of January.
PW-SAT carries a single channel transponder that will operate in a similar way to the amateur satellite AO-16. The uplink on 435.020 MHz will be FM and the downlink on 145.900 MHz will use the BPSK telemetry beacon transmitter to produce Double Sideband (DSB) that can be received on an SSB radio.
Watch BRITE-TV – Episode 14 – PW-SAT (in Polish)
PW-SAT Blog http://ska.meil.pw.edu.pl/pwsat_blog_pl/?lang=en
PW-Sat to launch in January http://www.uk.amsat.org/2011/12/15/pw-sat-to-launch-in-january/
For more information on PW-Sat in Google English see http://tinyurl.com/CubeSatPW-Sat
BRITE Constellation http://www.univie.ac.at/brite-constellation/
BRITE-PL in Google English http://tinyurl.com/BRITE-PL
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