LEO Satellite Reception and Doppler-Shift Correction with an SDR built on the Novena's FPRF and FPGA
Speaker(s): Roland Turner
Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites cross the sky fast enough that Doppler-shift often has to be corrected for in order to sustain communication. In this talk I describe my efforts to make use of the Novena's Field-Programmable Radio-Frequency (FPRF) and Gate Array (FPGA) components in combination with various open source Software Defined Radio (SDR) front-ends to receive UHF downlinks and to perform phase-preserving Doppler-shift correction in real-time.
(Type: Talk | Track: Open Tech | Room: Annexe Hall (Ground Floor))
Event Page: http://2017.fossasia.org
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