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Taylor University 300th launch

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  • Jeff Dailey
    This is Flight Number 300, the next Seven flights will all be done in the next Four weeks. Launch at Taylor University at 9:00am there will be no APRS on the
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 14, 2013
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      This is Flight Number 300, the next Seven flights will all be done in the next Four weeks.
       
       
      Launch at Taylor University at 9:00am there will be no APRS on the flight, you can check out the flight on the Taylor HARP website: http://cse.taylor.edu/~harp/
       
      Tracking for the flight click on the:  TSAT5 tab.
      Flight ID: 1020 Command and 2014 is the Beacon, there may be one other balloon show up on the website from GPSL we will see.
       
       
      Flight #: 300
      Flight ID: TSAT5
      Date: 06-15-2013
      Time: 9:00 AM
      Launch Site: Taylor University
      Balloon: 1200gm
      Gas: H2
       
      Flight info : Testing TSAT Communications System.
       
       
      Primary tracking and control: HawkEye network.

      HawkEye Spec:
      Analog channels: 10 to 550 Analog channels
      High speed user data bus interface ( ZigBee 2.4Ghz )
      Three axis GPS configuration ( 20Hz sampling )
      Dual high speed Uplink / Downlink RF module 900Mhz ISM (Secured Constellation MESH Network)
       
      HawkEye Beacon:
      Three axis GPS configuration ( 20Hz sampling )
      Dual high speed Uplink / Downlink RF module 900Mhz ISM (Secured Constellation MESH Network)
       
       
       
      Jeffrey F. Dailey
      Center for Research & Innovation
      Research
      Taylor University
      236 W. Reade Ave.
      Upland, IN 46989

      (765) 998-4365 Fax (765) 998-4396
      jfdailey@...
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