Conference Paper Measurement of Space Radiation Environment for Small Deep Space Probe SHINEN-2

Bendoukha, Sidi Ahmed  ,  Okuyama, Keiichi  ,  Nishio, Masanori  ,  Bendoukha, Sidi Ahmed  ,  奥山, 圭一  ,  西尾, 正則

It is a grand opportunity to recover new small space probe Shinen2, developed by Kyushu Institute of Technology KIT, in partnership with the different companies and institutions of Engineering in Kagoshima University (Japan), NASA Johnson Space Center, and was launched by the rocket H-IIA of Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), in the December 3, 2014 in Tanegashima. The requested task of this small probe is to reach or demonstrate a communication system based on different methods using Weak Signal & Joe Taylor (WSJT) technique in deep space between the ground station and the space vehicle. The most important is to use small payload as sensor PPD Radiation Particles Pixels Detectors explored for our project in KIT, developed by NASA and Prairie View A&M University. Planned for the future to deep-space rights investigations, in excess of the protection of the magnetic field lines of the earth, we need to measure and evaluate the radiation particles flow changes. The aim is to evaluate or demonstrate different techniques as used a CMOS device as small payload for the Shinen2 mission. This device CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) with different electronics part inside. In fact, to do some simulations or tests of the sensor that used some radiation sources for testing and showing prototype of PPD radiation particles pixels detector, such as average or histogram distribution determined using Software Radio SDR and Matlab.
会議情報: 第12回 宇宙環境シンポジウム(2015年11月16日-18日. 北九州国際会議場 国際会議室), 北九州市, 福岡県
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Meeting Information: The 12th Spacecraft Environment Symposium (November 16-18, 2015. International Conference Room, Kitakyushu International Conference Center), Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan
Physical characteristics: Original contains color illustrations

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