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The AmbaSat-1 is a tiny Space satellite kit that you assemble and code yourself is now available from £35 on Kickstarter. AmbaSat-1 is part of a new generation of satellites known as Sprite satellites. They are tiny...
- Posted 3 years ago
XTRX – A high-performance SDR in a mini PCIe form factor
The Fairwaves XTRX mini-PCIe SDR card, launched on Nov. 30 at Crowd Supply, is a low-cost embeddable SDR card aimed at high data rate apps including 4G/5G and “massive” MIMO. The company claims the full sized mini-PCIe XTRX card...
- Posted 4 years ago
DIY Your Antenna Rotator/Satellite Tracking Device
After finding that purchasing a tracking device for his satellite dish would be quite expensive, YouTuber “Tysonpower” decided to simply build one himself. He made it with 3D-printed parts and extruded aluminum that uses a pair of...
- Posted 4 years ago
First Open Source Satellite: Houston, We’ve Not Had a Problem!
A few weeks ago, the first open source satellite made its way into space. The Libre Space Foundation, the organization behind the satellite, is dedicated to developing libre space hardware. The cube sat in question is UPSat, a 2U...
- Posted 5 years ago
Control your Satellite with Networked Open Ground Station!
Have you ever dreamed about having a real Satellite by your own, or at least control it through a 3D printed, open source, networked station? People at SatNOGS did, here is what they say about their project:...
- Posted 7 years ago
Connect to a Satellite in Open Source
Mach 30 and Southern Stars created a project for a low cost (and open source) satellite ground station to get in touch with SkyCube (see http://www.southernstars.com/skycube) Welcome to the Ground Sphere CubeSat Ground Station. This is a joint project...
- Posted 8 years ago