[amsat-bb] LAPAN-ORARI Satellite

Wisnu YB0AZ yb0az at orari.or.id
Tue Feb 23 17:54:07 PST 2010

LAPAN-ORARI Satellite:

Since the signing of the Cooperation Agreement between the ORARI and
LAPAN on November 5th 2008 in Jakarta, we agreed to develop the
technology of radio and satellite communications. ORARI Headquarter
have formed the AMSAT-ID and is assigned to collaborate with a team of
LAPAN to cooperate in the development of INASAT (Indonesia Satellite)
which will have content (payload) Voice Repeater and APRS Digipeater,
but the journey has changed the plan to build a satellite that is part
of the plan to build one satellite to two satellites and satellite
given the LAPAN-ORARI and LAPAN-A2.

LAPAN-ORARI satellite is a satellite that will take FM voice
transponder UHF / VHF frequency 145.880MHz and 435.880MHz and
Digipeater APRS frequency 145.825MHz. Also LAPAN-ORARI satellite will
emit green light laser for attitude determination. Planned for a
launch into a 650km LEO with low (8 degree) inclination from India as
a secondary payload with "Megha-Tropique".

LAPAN-A2 satellite is a satellite development of LAPAN-Tubsat
satellite and will use the S band (non amateur frequency) for video
surveillance and the UHF amateur frequency for telemetry.

The plan the two satellites will be launched in middle of year 2011.

Wisnu Widjaja YBØAZ is a responsible operator on the request frequency
coordination for the two satellites to the IARU Satellite Coordinator
and was approved on December 23rd, 2009.

Progress work on LAPAN-ORARI and LAPAN-A2 satellites currently are in
the stage of assembly and testing of components.

On the internet widely available information on these satellites, more
information at

So, hopefully this information can be useful for the member of ORARI
and amateur radio throughout the world about LAPAN ORARI and LAPAN A2

Organisasi Amatir Radio Indonesia (ORARI)

Best 73 and thanks

Wisnu Widjaja YBØAZ
Vice Secretary General, International Affairs Coordinator and IARU
Liaison of ORARI

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