At 12:25 AM 6/1/2009, Daniel Schultz wrote:
This is the first call for papers for the 2009 AMSAT Annual Meeting and Space Symposium to be held October 9 - 11 at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel at the Baltimore Washington Airport. Proposals for papers, symposium presentations and poster presentations are invited on any topic of interest to the amateur satellite community. We request a tentative title of your presentation as soon as possible, with final copy submitted by September 1, 2009 for inclusion in the printed proceedings. Abstracts and papers should be sent to Dan Schultz, N8FGV, at [email protected]
Here is my proposed paper:
Software Radio Technology on SuitSat-2
SuitSat-2 will be the first amateur satellite in orbit to rely on software radio technology. All of the radio signals will be generated via digital signal processing software including a CW beacon, an FM audio signal, a BPSK beacon, and a linear transponder. This paper provides an overview of the radio system and digital signal processing software developed for SuitSat-2.
73, Tony AA2TX