The MiniSatCom series includes lightweight radios useful as a low data-rate transceivers for satellites. The design is compatible as the primary up-link and/or down-link radio of a satellite system or a convenient backup radio for systems +20kg.

Many developers have a challenge to consider how many components to purchase for a development program. RadioBro wants to provide products that meet the customer need. The Developers Kit provides 4 radios, the Essentials Kit and Training Kit are 2 radios each.


  • Direct control of the RF amplifier power enable, a critical feature regarding radio licensing compliance.
  • Powered by most satellites without customization, accepting anywhere from 3-5.5V.
  • Data I/O interactions at a variety of voltages, accepting anywhere from 1.8-5.5V. (built-in voltage levelshifter)
  • Satellite developers can use any of these communications protocols to interact with the radio: SPI, TWI, USART
  • MMCX connector, a reliable miniature coax connector. A bypass load protects the radio if transmission are sent without an external antenna engaged.
  • Rugged Case, the outer shell of the radio is a hard metal, ensuring durability in your lab, through launch, and in orbit.

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Last updated: 2020-12-11

MiniSatCom UHF



transmit power
30 dBm
transmit frequency
420 to 450 MHz
902 to 928 MHz
data rate
9600 b/s
-110 dBm


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