Have you ever wondered who is responsible for the global coordination of radio frequency spectrum? It’s the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and its members. The ITU composed and maintains the ITU Radio Regulations which contain all regulatory procedures and guidelines for the efficient use of RF spectrum. Can MarconISSta be useful for the ITU?Read More MarconISSta@ITU
Once again we did not update our blog for some weeks – why? Well, the main reason is that we are currently focusing on the development of a GUI for data analysis. The first steps for this are always not very interesting for the public, as requirements have to be defined and backend (background) tools […]Read More Awaiting launch
Today was the validation of installation/ deinstallation procedures of MarconISSta. Martin went to the ESA European Astronaut Centre (EAC) to go through the installation procedures with staff from ESA crew training and BIOTESC (the Operations Centre for MarconISSta).Read More Validation of procedures at EAC
Great news, we passed the cargo review! With that, the hardwarwe is now safely stowed in a Cargo Transfer Bag (CTG) and waiting for the flight to the ISS in May 2018. It will be part of the Orbital Cygnus 9E cargo.Read More Cargo Review passed!
We are very sorry, we did not keep you updated on the latest developments. As the final days before delivery went in hand with the last days of the winter semester, a time of the year when students are very busy, we neglected our duty of posting updates. But there are good news, we are […]Read More Hardware is delivered, Cargo Review up next!
As workload increased for the final development phase, we completely forgot to keep you updated – sorry for that. Many things have been achieved since our last post: We released the flight software, finished the USB interface test, passed the EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) test and submitted our flight safety data package for ESA safety review. […]Read More Almost there!