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6U Standard CubeSat 2 x 3 Nadir/Zenith Pointing Faces and 1 x 3 U Sides Dimensions (stowed) = 22.63 cm x 34.05 cm x 10 cm Two Deployable Soar Panels: 3 folded panels per side. Primary Payload: a. Software Defined Radio (SDR) with digital backend and RF front end electronics. Hoisting: i. GNSS Augmentation signaling system. ii. High Precision in orbit orbital determination using GNSS b. Antennas: i. 2 x 2 patch antenna array for GNSS Augmentation signaling and L-Band GNSS reflectometry. ii. S-band patch antenna for GNSS Augmentation iii. UHF and VHF deployable antennas Secondary Payload: “Three bands Red, Green and Blue (RGB) Camera Altitude : LEO (450 - 550 km TBC), 24- 95 degree inclination TBC Communication: S-Band T& TC and Data, UHF-Band T&TC Radios and associated Antennas. Launch date: Q1/Q2 2021

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GNSSaS Satellite

It is a Nano-satellite that will be operated in a low Earth orbit (LEO). It will use software-defined radio to conduct various experiments related to Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) augmentation Signaling (GNSSaS), GNSS reflectometry, and radiometry.

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It is build to investigate different GNSS augmentation techniques by transmitting augmentation signals from LEO. It will validate high precision through algorithms and will perform remote sensing to monitor the effect of the ionosphere on RF signals.

It is build to investigate different GNSS augmentation techniques by transmitting augmentation signals from LEO. It will validate high precision through algorithms and will perform remote sensing to monitor the effect of the ionosphere on RF signals.

It is build to investigate different GNSS augmentation techniques by transmitting augmentation signals from LEO. It will validate high precision through algorithms and will perform remote sensing to monitor the effect of the ionosphere on RF signals.

It is build to investigate different GNSS augmentation techniques by transmitting augmentation signals from LEO. It will validate high precision through algorithms and will perform remote sensing to monitor the effect of the ionosphere on RF signals.

GNSS augmentation techniques to improve GNSS position determination accuracy on the ground. High accuracy in orbit determination for LEO satellites by utilizing GNSS signals received from MEO satellites. GNSS reflectometry for remote sensing using L5-band. Measuring and modeling the effects of the ionosphere on RF signals in the UHF and VHF. Antenna development Using Algorithms and implementation on Software Defined Radio (both C- code Software and VHDL-Firmware) C&DH Software & AOCS algorithms and development

GNSS augmentation techniques to improve GNSS position determination accuracy on the ground. High accuracy in orbit determination for LEO satellites by utilizing GNSS signals received from MEO satellites. GNSS reflectometry for remote sensing using L5-band. Measuring and modeling the effects of the ionosphere on RF signals in the UHF and VHF. Antenna development Using Algorithms and implementation on Software Defined Radio (both C- code Software and VHDL-Firmware) C&DH Software & AOCS algorithms and development

GNSS augmentation techniques to improve GNSS position determination accuracy on the ground. High accuracy in orbit determination for LEO satellites by utilizing GNSS signals received from MEO satellites. GNSS reflectometry for remote sensing using L5-band. Measuring and modeling the effects of the ionosphere on RF signals in the UHF and VHF. Antenna development Using Algorithms and implementation on Software Defined Radio (both C- code Software and VHDL-Firmware) C&DH Software & AOCS algorithms and development

GNSS augmentation techniques to improve GNSS position determination accuracy on the ground. High accuracy in orbit determination for LEO satellites by utilizing GNSS signals received from MEO satellites. GNSS reflectometry for remote sensing using L5-band. Measuring and modeling the effects of the ionosphere on RF signals in the UHF and VHF. Antenna development Using Algorithms and implementation on Software Defined Radio (both C- code Software and VHDL-Firmware) C&DH Software & AOCS algorithms and development

GNSS augmentation techniques to improve GNSS position determination accuracy on the ground. High accuracy in orbit determination for LEO satellites by utilizing GNSS signals received from MEO satellites. GNSS reflectometry for remote sensing using L5-band. Measuring and modeling the effects of the ionosphere on RF signals in the UHF and VHF. Antenna development Using Algorithms and implementation on Software Defined Radio (both C- code Software and VHDL-Firmware) C&DH Software & AOCS algorithms and development

GNSS augmentation techniques to improve GNSS position determination accuracy on the ground. High accuracy in orbit determination for LEO satellites by utilizing GNSS signals received from MEO satellites. GNSS reflectometry for remote sensing using L5-band. Measuring and modeling the effects of the ionosphere on RF signals in the UHF and VHF. Antenna development Using Algorithms and implementation on Software Defined Radio (both C- code Software and VHDL-Firmware) C&DH Software & AOCS algorithms and development

It is funded by the UAE Space Agency and executed at The National Space Science and Technology Center (NSSTC) – in the United Arab Emirates University (UAEU). It covers functions from Mission and Spacecraft Design to Assembly, Integration, and Testing (AIT).

It is funded by the UAE Space Agency and executed at The National Space Science and Technology Center (NSSTC) – in the United Arab Emirates University (UAEU). It covers functions from Mission and Spacecraft Design to Assembly, Integration, and Testing (AIT).

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