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The AMSAT Journal

The AMSAT Journal is a bi-monthly magazine for amateur radio in space enthusiasts, published by the Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (AMSAT). Each issue is your source for hardware and software projects, technical tips, STEM initiatives, operational activities, and news from around the world. Join AMSAT today to start receiving your bi-monthly issue of The AMSAT Journal.

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Inside the Current Issue

  • Apogee View – Clayton Coleman, W5PFG
  • Engineering Update – Jerry Buxton, N0JY
  • Treasurer’s Report – Robert Bankston, KE4AL
  • AMSAT’s New Member and Event Portal – Robert Bankston, KE4AL
  • amsatLink — Proposed Wireless Communications Network – Robert Bankston, KE4AL
  • Educational Relations Update – Alan Johnston, KU2Y
  • A New Design for the AMSAT CubeSat Simulator – Alan Johnston, KU2Y; Jim McLaughlin, KI6ZUM; David White, WD6DRI; Pat Kilroy, N8PK
  • For Beginners — Amateur Radio Satellite Primer IV – Keith Baker, KB1SF/VA3KSF
  • PSAT 1U — A Low-Cost, EasyBuild 1U CubeSat – George Downey, Robert Bruninga, WB4APR
  • Gridmaster Heat Map – Paul Overn, KE0PBR

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