SA AMSAT SPACE SYMPOSIUM 2010

SA AMSAT SPACE SYMPOSIUM 2010 SA AMSAT SPACE SYMPOSIUM 2010
  • Contact

    Dave Long
    AMSAT South Africa
    University of KwaZulu-Nata, School of Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering Howard College Campus, King George V avenue, Glenwood, Durban

  • Keywords

    amateur radio, ham radio, satellites, communications, space

  • Registration costs

    Between R70 to R170

  • Working language

    English

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SA AMSAT is a specialist organisation that focuses on amateur satellites and weak signal communication.

The symposium has the following talks:

08:00 Registration
09:00 Space Symposium
16:30 SA AMSAT Annual General Meeting

Programme Highlights
Opening Address
Professor Fambirai Takawira Telkom Professor of Digital Communications / Dean of Engineering

Keynote address
Dr Phil Mjwara, Director General Department of Science and Technology

Lessons learnt from SumbandilaSat (Oscar-67) commissioning, what can go wrong and how to recover.
K. F Mathapo SunSpace & Information Systems (Ltd)

The String Vibrator Experiment (SVE), an Experimental Payload on SumbandilaSat
Mark Gordon Eskom

VLF Experiment on SumbandilaSat
Andrew Collier, Department of Physics, University of KwaZulu-Natal

The Durban University of Technology Indlebe Radio Telescope
Stuart Macpherson Durban University of Technology

A new generation of South African student satellites
D.F. Visser, French South African Institute of Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology

AfriSpace: Thinking local. Acting orbital
S. Bradford Inggs, Founder of AfriSpace

Lalea - a around the world balloon project
John Willescroft ZS6EF

Building an SA AMSAT CubeSat
Hans van de Groenendaal ZS6AKV

Open forum chaired by David Long ZS5FR
SA AMSAT President

SA AMSAT is affiliated to the South African Radio League, the national society for Amateur radio in South Africa. It also has strong links with other AMSAT organisations worldwide.

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