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FedSat: Three Years of Space Science & Technology Andrew Parfitt and Brian Fraser Cooperative Research Centre for Satellite Systems. NewMag Magnetometer Contact: Professor Brian Fraser Brian.Fraser@newcastle.edu.au. Ka-Band Communications Contact: Professor Sam Reisenfeld samr@uts.edu.au.

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FedSat: Three Years of Space Science & Technology

Andrew Parfitt and Brian Fraser

Cooperative Research Centre for Satellite Systems

NewMag Magnetometer

Contact: Professor Brian Fraser

Brian.Fraser@newcastle.edu.au

Ka-Band Communications

Contact: Professor Sam Reisenfeld

samr@uts.edu.au

Calibrated geomagnetic field data for

space weather related science

Field aligned current analysis

Killer electron effects

Environment diagnostics for spacecraft

failure mechanisms

Conjunctions and correlations with other

spacecraft measurements

Measured Ka-band propagation through rain cells

Proven spatial and frequency tracking

20GHz downlink propagation measurements

show weather effects on link

Bent pipe capability demonstrated

GPS Receiver

Contact: Dr Rodney Walker

RA.Walker@qut.edu.au

Scientific Data: Professor Peter Dyson

P.Dyson@latrobe.edu.au

NewMag Data on World Data Centre web site

Communications Payload with Ka-band,

UHF and On-board Processing Units

GPS data for spacecraft timing, orbit

determination and attitude control

Ionospheric occultation measurements

based on total electron density derived

From GPS data

ADAM

Contact: Professor Bill Cowley

Bill.Cowley@unisa.edu.au

Time-domain burst messaging from

multiple ground terminals

On-board processing and storage

capability for data acquisition and

messaging

Platform Research

Contact: Mirek Vesely

mirekv@vipac.com.au

Tomographic map of electron density based on GPS data

Reconfigurable Spacecraft Computer

Contact: Professor Miles Moody

M.Moody@qut.edu.au

Spacecraft system design and

modelling

Small satellite methodologies

Operations management and

spacecraft control

Internal payload and systems view of FedSat

Demonstrated autonomous self-healing

capability after radiation upset events

FPGA based for high performance

on-board processing capability

High Performance Computer Payload