Wifi-controlled satellite antenna rotator that you can 3D-print at home.

Now almost anyone can communicate with satellites!

Kits are available in the shop, but if you have a 3D-printer you can buy only the electronics and print most parts yourself at home and save some money.

The onboard microprocessor has wifi-capability and can be controlled automatically with an easy to use android app that you can install for free from Google Play.

The rotator has a mount on top that allows for many different kinds of antennas, perfect for getting started with satellite communications.

Who is it for?

Amateur radio is a great hobby for tech lovers and today there are a variety of satellites that anyone can listen in on using cheap SDR equipment (Software Defined Radio) connected to your computer. Receive simple telemetry-data, download satellite imagery or even try out two-way communication.

Many “CubeSATs” are now also in orbit – small, privately funded satellites built by schools, universities and enthusiasts. Even the international space station regularly transmits images by radio, using what is called “Slow Scan TV”.

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SM7YSA Daniel Nikolajsen

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