The amateur radio CubeSat designed and built by students at the Cape Peninsular University of Technology in Bellville is expected to launch in the 4th quarter of 2013.
Still known by its engineering name ZACUBE-1, the satellite will be shipped in the next few weeks to Holland where it will be integrated with two other CubeSats in the launch carrier before being shipped for integrating with the rocket. ZACUBE-1 carries a HF transmitter operating on 14 099 kHz, a small camera and a telemetry transmitter.
The uplink is 145.860 MHz and the downlink 437.345 MHz. Both links have selectable transmission rates of 1.2 kbps or 9.6 kbps.
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