NEOSSat undergoing EMC test in anechoic chamber at DFL

NEOSSat undergoing EMC test in anechoic chamber at DFL

NEOSSat undergoing EMC test in anechoic chamber at DFL

CSA employee Richard Paré sets up radio frequency feed horns pointed at NEOSSat in a small anechoic chamber in CSA’s David Florida Lab test facility at Shirleys Bay campus, Ottawa, Ontario. This will test how the satellite reacts to radio frequency signals. NEOSSat is a dual-mission microsatellite designed to detect potentially hazardous Earth-orbit-crossing asteroids and track objects that reside in deep space. It is also the first implementation of Canada’s generic multi-mission microsatellite bus.

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