Summary

HiSPiCO is a transmitter system for S band communication links from small satellites in LEO environment. It’s a cost effective, miniaturized, low power solution for Cubesats with TRL9 achieved. The wideband downlink system provides up to 1 Mbps at frequencies 2.1 - 2.5 GHz. Optional patch antennas are available. The transmitter operates in S-band and allows for a user data rate of up to 1.6 Mbps by occupying an RF bandwidth of 1.3 MHz.A suitable planar antenna with circular polari-zation is available in addition to the transmitter. This transmission technology was prototypically qualified for a life expectancyof 2 years in LEO (low earth orbit). A specific cost-effective receiver for ground stations is available to go with the transmitter. It contains a down converter, demodulator and decoder and outputs the usage data on an Ethernet interface.

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Last updated: 2020-08-02

HiSPiCO - S-Band Satellite Link

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frequency
2200 to 2300 MHz
modulation
DQPSK
transmit power
27 dBm
data rate
< 1.06 Mb/s
length
95 mm
width
46 mm
height
15 mm
mass
100 g
operating temperature
-30 to 50 C
storage temperature
-50 to 75 C
lifetime
> 1 yr
voltage
3.3 V
current
1.5 A

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