JAISAT-1 Telemetry Data Sought

Tanan Rangseeprom HS1JAN with CubeSat model

Tanan Rangseeprom HS1JAN with CubeSat model

Tanan Rangseeprom HS1JAN, Project Manager of the new 3U CubeSat JAISAT-1 has requested telemetry data from the 435.700 MHz beacon. JAISAT-1 launched on July 5 and carries an amateur radio 145 to 435 MHz linear transponder for SSB/CW communications.

On the AMSAT Bulletin Board Tanan posted:

RAST President Dr.Jakkree Hantongkom HS1FVL who had contacted German Orbital Systems (GOS) which had informed of object 2019-038F confirm JAISAT-1 satellite.

1 44419U 19038F 19190.66730395 .00001667 00000-0 10000-3 0 9996
2 44419 97.4914 152.5407 0020014 233.1737 126.7422 15.12176922 634

The JAISAT-1 Beacon signal on 435.700 MHz in GMSK Mobitex 4800 bps mode code for JAISAT-1 frames 1 in row 11
41 (0x29) – JAISAT UHF1
42 (0x2A) – JAISAT UHF2

Example of signals in this format can be found with the reception of signals from the satellite

The Radio Amateur Society of Thailand (RAST) and the JAISAT-1 Project Team are urgently seeking raw data that can be received from all packets worldwide. Please send raw data and KSS files to RAST by email at jaisatonetele<at>gmail.com

Sincerely and with respect.

Tanan Rangseeprom, HS1JAN
Project Manager of JAISAT-1

RAST – The JAISAT-1 satellite is launched https://www.qsl.net/rast/

NBTC to help fund JAISAT satellite project

Tanan Rangseeprom HS1JAN with CubeSat model

Tanan Rangseeprom HS1JAN with CubeSat model

Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunictions Commission (NBTC) has agreed to provide 9.3 million baht ($258,218) in funding for the Radio Amateur Society of Thailand (RAST) sponsored JAISAT-1 Project over the next two years.

JAISAT is an acronym for the “Joint Academy for Intelligent Satellites for Amateur Radio of Thailand.”

RAST President Jakkree (Jack) Hantongkom, HS1FVL said that he, along with JAISAT-1 Project Leader Tanan Rangseeprom, HS1JAN and other senior RAST officers were present at the NBTC Secretariat on Tuesday, August 4, 2015 — National Telecommunications Day — when the formal signing of the contract took place.

This funding would cover a two-year period for the JAISAT-1 satellite, which is a CubeSat, and this would include finance with long term loans assistance from https://nation21loans.com/personal-loans/loans-with-no-credit-check/ to develop and implement a linear transponder as well as to set up a ground station which would be located at Bangkok University. Jack added that RAST would establish a special sub-committee to help oversee this and this would include himself and Tanan.

The RAST President added that a separate bank account would be opened for the JAISAT-1 project while Tanan later provided additional information about the project to members at the meeting.

Radio Amateur Society of Thailand (RAST) http://www.qsl.net/rast/

Thailand’s first ham radio satellite https://amsat-uk.org/2013/08/10/thailands-first-ham-radio-satellite/