n8hm at arrl.net
Wed Aug 27 00:10:03 UTC 2014
As Bryce suggested, Fox-1C has an active crowdsourcing campaign.
There are several linear LEOs in the pipeline (two in orbit awaiting
activation for amateur use, several others in various stages).
In orbit, awaiting activation for amateur use:
Essentially complete, awaiting launch opportunity:
Also in the pipeline:
I know there are other projects in various planning stages too.
The Fox-2 program, which will commence once the Fox-1 series satellites are
completed, will also have linear transponder capability through it's
software defined transponder. I'm sure crowdsourcing will be used again
when the time comes. The best way to support Fox-2 right now is to help
it's predecessors get into orbit!
On Tue, Aug 26, 2014 at 7:12 PM, Joe <nss at mwt.net> wrote:
> Has anyone thought of trying something like Kickstarter to help fund a
> linear LEO at least?
> Like the guy and the cold butter knife, got on there wanting 40 grand to
> make it, he has 1/4 million and still counting!
> Joe WB9SBD
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