Having two live projects underway is proving an enjoyable challenge for the AMSAT-UK teams involved. Both the Nayif-1 CubeSat and our payload on ESEO will provide similar 1k2 BPSK FUNcube compatible downlinks so the teams have quite a lot in common.
The two teams got together for two days at BT’s Adastral Research facilities at Martlesham over the weekend of May 30-31.
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