2011 AMSAT Symposium
November 4-6, 2011
San Jose, CA

Friday, 4 November 2011
Afternoon
Frequency Allocation for Government-funded CubeSats: NSF Paves the WayBryan Klofas, KF6ZEO
How to Light the CandleNick Pugh, K5QXJ
NASA Ames PhoneSatMichael Safyan, KJ6MVL
A Satellite-Portable Backpacking Trip to Rare California Grid Square CM79David Palmer, KB5WIA
CubeSats in South AfricaHans van de Groenendaal, ZS6AKV
Orbital Elements and Magnetic Tumble in ExcelBob Davis, KF4KSS
2010-2011 AMSAT NextGen Program Satellite ReportAlexander J Harvilchuck, N3NP
Australis-OSCAR-5Jan King, VK4GEY/W3GEY
Saturday, 5 November 2011
Morning
Fabrication, Integration and Testing of ARISSat-1Lou McFadin, W5DID
ARISSat-1 in FlightGould Smith, WA4SXM
Decoding Satellite Telemetry form ARISSat-1Douglas Quagliana, KA2UPW/5
ARISSat-1 Operational SurveySteven Bible, N7HPR
ARISSat-1 Post MortemGould Smith, WA4SXM
Space Radiation and Fox ProgramTony Monteiro, AA2TX
The Importance of Educational Outreach for AMSATBarry Baines, WD4ASW
AMSAT Fox-1 Systems OverviewTony Monteiro, AA2TX
Afternoon
Fox 1 Mechanical DesignBob Davis, KF4KSS
Turning University CubeSats into Amateur Radio SatellitesHans van de Groenendaal, ZS6AKV
Fox 1 Thermal DesignBob Davis, KF4KSS
ARISS and Education: Who will join AMSAT in 2031?Dave Taylor, W8AAS
OSCAR Zero from a Satellite Operator's PerspectiveSawson Taheri, KG6NUB
AMSAT General Meeting
AMSAT 2011 President's Annual ReportBarry Baines, WD4ASW