Summary

The Augustus Aerospace Company's S2DR 1000 Dual-Transceiver Space SDR is a software defined radio designed for small satellites. It consits of Xilinx's Zynq-7030 SoC and Kintex-7 FPGA along with ARM Holdings' dual ARM® 9 cores processor.

The product also consists of high performance RF transceivers which can be customized for LEO CubeSat deployment, specifically for scienific and military missions. There are also development and customization options for hardware as well as software using Augustus Aerospace's payload management software providing CCSDS-compatible flight computer messaging, sensor data file system, in-flight reconfiguration, and fault management.

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Last updated: 2022-04-11

S2DR 1000 Dual-Transceiver Space SDR

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Specs

mass
< 0.435 kg
width
9.6 cm
length
9.0 cm
height
2.7 cm
supply voltage1
9 to 28 V
transmit frequency
70 MHz to 6 GHz
power consumption
3.6 to 7 W
RAM
1 GB DDR3 DRAM
flash memory
16 MB serial FLASH
2 x 32 GB eMMC FLASH
processor type
Xilinx ZYNQ® 7030 SOC processor
dual ARM® 9 cores
Kintex® 7 FPGA
data interface
37 pin I/O: four UARTs for flight computer, debug, and auxiliary control, JTAG, discrete control, GPIOs
Micro USB 2.0

1. supports small satellite unregulated bus power

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