Creating deployable antennas for CubeSat missions - with Oxford Space Systems

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In this episode we speak with Lucille Baudet from satsearch member Oxford Space Systems (OSS).

Oxford Space Systems is a UK-based manufacturer of deployable antennas for the space industry. In this conversation we discuss the challenges of creating deployable antennas and systems for CubeSat missions, covering:

  • The use of origami processes to stow and deploy antennas
  • How deployable systems perform against fixed alternatives
  • Testing and qualification mechanisms
  • The use of advanced materials in deployable systems and other future innovations

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