SOUTHERN AFRICAN AMATEUR RADIO SATELLITE ASSOCIATION (SA AMSAT)

Registered as a non-profit organisation by the South African Department of Social Development
Registration number  No 55-363

 

   


SA AMSAT
P O Box 90438
Garsfontein 0042
South Africa
Tel:  012 991 4662
Fax: 012 991 5651

Email:
saamsat@intekom.co.za



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 Sunday
13 December 2015

 

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GREAT INTEREST SHOWN ON KLETSKOUS AT SFSA2015 

SA AMSAT’s stand at the Science Forum South Africa which was held at the CSIR conference centre on 7 and 8 December was visited by many delegates and dignitaries from the Department of Science and Technology, the SA Space Agency and the Education Department. Various elements of Kletskous, SA AMSAT’s CubeSat project were on display with demonstration of the operational prototype of the transponder. 

TAKE YOUR SCIENCE PROJECT INTO SPACE WITH AMATEUR RADIO

SA AMSAT has launched the “Take your science project into space with Amateur Radio” initiative. For more information about the initiative download the information leaflet here


GET INTO SATELLITES WITH FOX 1A

An easy to operate satellite recently launched by AMSAT NA

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CPUT planning a successor to Africa’s first nanosatellite 

The Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) is planning a successor to its first CubeSat and has set it vision on ship-tracking. In a paper presented at the recent SAAMSAT space Symposium in Pretoria Daniel de Villiers, Development Engineer at French South African Institute of Technology (F’SATI)  at CUPT, said that  ZACube-2 will be the second satellite in F’SATI’s ZACube-I nanosatellite mission series. These missions are developed at the French South African Institute of Technology (F’SATI) and the Africa Space Innovation Centre (ASIC) at CPUT with funding principally from the Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the National Research Foundation (NRF). Development of some subsystems has been ongoing for a number of years and has yielded a suite of commercial CubeSat parts that is ready for use in the satellite.

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Science Forum South Africa 2015

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DONATE TO KLETSKOUS

SA AMSAT needs your financial support

Please make your contribution. You may pay directly into our account electronically. Please send the payment details with your name, callsign, email and  postal address to saamsat@intekom.co.za .

You will receive an acknowledgment certificate and will be listed on the list of donors. The account details are:

SA AMSAT, ABSA Menlyn   Account no 560 153 171


KLETSKOUS SPONSORS

 

RS, the component supplier in South Africa has become a component sponsor for the KLETSkous project.

RS Components is the market leader in the high service level distribution of electrical, electronic, mechanical & industrial products as well as tools.  Offering over 400 000 products across 2000 leading brands at www.rsonline.co.za, RS serves every sector of industry in the procurement of their products relating to maintenance, repair, operations, low volume production, research and development.

TRAX SPONSOR PCBs for KLETSkous More about  TRAX


Avnet Kopp: a broad line supplier of semiconductors,  passives, magnetics, enclosures, optoelectronic, GPS / GSM, interconnect, electromechanical, embedded products and components


DONORS
Deon Coetzee ZR1DE
Tobile Koni ZS6TKO
Jan van Rooyen ZR5JR
Pravin Ashok
Donald Jacobs ZS2BW
Ray Webber ZS6RSW
Tarries Brink  ZS6MNO
Kempton Park  Amateur Radio Technical Society ZS6KTS
Ray WebberZS6RSW

 

 

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