Dwi Cahyono, Nanosatelite for Indonesia

 

 

New breakthroughs in the field of electronics and material technologies increasingly bring fresh news for the people of the world, particularly for ICT research actors. One was a breakthrough in the field of satellite. Current developments in dimension and component satelite already diminiaturisasi to the level of 1 Kg weight. This breakthrough challenging Dwi Cahyono, to conduct research in the field of nanosatelite.

“Nanosatelit a class satellite weighing less than 10 kg. One of the subsystems that are the components of the remote sensing payload nanosatelit (RSPL). It poses OBC (On-Board Computer), and the application is called the OBDH (On-Board Data Handling). OBDH existence padaplatform nanosatelit payload subsystem is very important, because to serve the data stream from the camera and into the transmitter, “said a student who nicknamed Cahyo it.

Telecommunication Engineering Students IT Telkom S1 is also explained, in his research he would OBDH designing FPGA-based (Field Programmable Gate Array). FPGA has many advantages over conventional microcontrollers commonly used. In the development of space technology for FPGA implementation resistant to the effects of radiation on the parallel mechanism in internal systems that are ideal for future space applications, higher computational capability, low power consumption, small size of the hardware, and others.

“In research, OBDH-based FPGA is designed to manage the process in the input data bits from the camera to output data to the SRAM and SRAM to be sent from the transmitter to the Ground Segment. The components that are needed as input the output information in the form of camera OBDH TCM 8240, internal SRAM FPGA board, CC2550 transmitter, “said the student who is now busy in the project, IiNUSAT-1, the IT Telkom. He continued, using the same communication between the camera and the FPGA with I2C bus protocol (Inter-IC) bus protocol SPI transmitter used (Serial Peripheral Interface). The FPGA will be coded in VHDL language.

“Working and realization will be done in the laboratory OBDH supporters like labs and Digital Techniques and Microprocessor Interface Laboratory,” said Cahyo. Going forward, the algorithm is programmed with VHDL language will be in generateke in to strengthen and mensolidkan ASIC logic gates in the VHDL language in front spacemasa technology.

The only Indonesian delegation at the ITS-2012 in Bangkok – Thailand

“A country will be respected other nations if its space technology developed in the country,” said Cahyo in an interview in the Learning Centre last February.

Cahyo spirit in doing research nanosatelite her as if she never goes out. And risetnyalah which brings students born in Surabaya 20 November 1990 This is the only delegate Institut Teknologi Telkom (Telkom) to Indonesia, the International Telecommunications Society (ITS) 18 to 21 November 2012 at the Bangkok Thailand. In the event gathered researchers, lecturers, government, corporate, and global regulators. There they share insights, exchange ideas and negotiate in discussing the development of science and technology in their respective countries. So good appreciation of ITS Bangkok, given the delegation IT Telkom, Cahyo still a student but was able to play an active role through research. Because the delegations from 32 other countries beraasal of the Doctor and Professor of Telecommunications.

“Participation in ITS is important, considering that Indonesia has the potential of science and technology. Especially in the field of telecommunications with the potential to be developed. Moreover, IT Telkom campus is the largest campus in the Indonesian telecommunications, “a student who is still active as a member of the ORARI respond.

“Satellite is not a stranger anymore. Therefore, satellite technology and nanosatelit should remain and continue to grow forward, “he concluded.

Asian Winter School-Jaxa, “My Experiences to Explore Nanosatelite”

In the midst of fuyu-Yasumi in Japan, Cahyo grabbed the opportunity to participate in the Asian Winter School, Tuesday-Thursday, 5-7 February 2013. Asian Winter School organized by the Department of Space and Astronautical Science, School of Physical Science of the Graduate University for Advanced Studies. The event took place at the Sagamihara Campus, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Yoshinodai Chuo-ku, Sagamihara, Kanagawa Japan.

“There I met with professors of JAXA. We do the sharing and discussion of nanosatelite. I also met with students from other countries such as the Philippines, China, Vietnam, Korea, and Japan, “.

In Japan, further Cahyo, he and professor of JAXA discuss nanosatellite research accomplishments in the laboratory IT Telkom Satellite Society (ISS). In addition to discussing the results of research nanosatellite, Cahyo a tour of the lab there.

“In there JAXA satellite exhibition space which showcased the results of research. JAXA has many research various space technologies. As with rocket technology, satellite technology, micro-biological technology, and the planets, “said Cahyo.

For Cahyo, Winter School is really a most memorable experience. Many new science he could take away from the discussion with professors of JAXA, in particular that could contribute to his research.

“In addition to learning, I take advantage of that moment to network with professors and friends from other countries,” he concluded.New breakthroughs in the field of electronics and material technologies increasingly bring fresh news for the people of the world, particularly for ICT research actors. One was a breakthrough in the field of satellite. Current developments in dimension and component satelite already diminiaturisasi to the level of 1 Kg weight. This breakthrough challenging Dwi Cahyono, to conduct research in the field of nanosatelite.

“Nanosatelit a class satellite weighing less than 10 kg. One of the subsystems that are the components of the remote sensing payload nanosatelit (RSPL). It poses OBC (On-Board Computer), and the application is called the OBDH (On-Board Data Handling). OBDH existence padaplatform nanosatelit payload subsystem is very important, because to serve the data stream from the camera and into the transmitter, “said a student who nicknamed Cahyo it.

Telecommunication Engineering Students IT Telkom S1 is also explained, in his research he would OBDH designing FPGA-based (Field Programmable Gate Array). FPGA has many advantages over conventional microcontrollers commonly used. In the development of space technology for FPGA implementation resistant to the effects of radiation on the parallel mechanism in internal systems that are ideal for future space applications, higher computational capability, low power consumption, small size of the hardware, and others.

“In research, OBDH-based FPGA is designed to manage the process in the input data bits from the camera to output data to the SRAM and SRAM to be sent from the transmitter to the Ground Segment. The components that are needed as input the output information in the form of camera OBDH TCM 8240, internal SRAM FPGA board, CC2550 transmitter, “said the student who is now busy in the project, IiNUSAT-1, the IT Telkom. He continued, using the same communication between the camera and the FPGA with I2C bus protocol (Inter-IC) bus protocol SPI transmitter used (Serial Peripheral Interface). The FPGA will be coded in VHDL language.

“Working and realization will be done in the laboratory OBDH supporters like labs and Digital Techniques and Microprocessor Interface Laboratory,” said Cahyo. Going forward, the algorithm is programmed with VHDL language will be in generateke in to strengthen and mensolidkan ASIC logic gates in the VHDL language in front spacemasa technology.

The only Indonesian delegation at the ITS-2012 in Bangkok – Thailand

“A country will be respected other nations if its space technology developed in the country,” said Cahyo in an interview in the Learning Centre last February.

Cahyo spirit in doing research nanosatelite her as if she never goes out. And risetnyalah which brings students born in Surabaya 20 November 1990 This is the only delegate Institut Teknologi Telkom (Telkom) to Indonesia, the International Telecommunications Society (ITS) 18 to 21 November 2012 at the Bangkok Thailand. In the event gathered researchers, lecturers, government, corporate, and global regulators. There they share insights, exchange ideas and negotiate in discussing the development of science and technology in their respective countries. So good appreciation of ITS Bangkok, given the delegation IT Telkom, Cahyo still a student but was able to play an active role through research. Because the delegations from 32 other countries beraasal of the Doctor and Professor of Telecommunications.

“Participation in ITS is important, considering that Indonesia has the potential of science and technology. Especially in the field of telecommunications with the potential to be developed. Moreover, IT Telkom campus is the largest campus in the Indonesian telecommunications, “a student who is still active as a member of the ORARI respond.

“Satellite is not a stranger anymore. Therefore, satellite technology and nanosatelit should remain and continue to grow forward, “he concluded.

Asian Winter School-Jaxa, “My Experiences to Explore Nanosatelite”

In the midst of fuyu-Yasumi in Japan, Cahyo grabbed the opportunity to participate in the Asian Winter School, Tuesday-Thursday, 5-7 February 2013. Asian Winter School organized by the Department of Space and Astronautical Science, School of Physical Science of the Graduate University for Advanced Studies. The event took place at the Sagamihara Campus, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Yoshinodai Chuo-ku, Sagamihara, Kanagawa Japan.

“There I met with professors of JAXA. We do the sharing and discussion of nanosatelite. I also met with students from other countries such as the Philippines, China, Vietnam, Korea, and Japan, “.

In Japan, further Cahyo, he and professor of JAXA discuss nanosatellite research accomplishments in the laboratory IT Telkom Satellite Society (ISS). In addition to discussing the results of research nanosatellite, Cahyo a tour of the lab there.

“In there JAXA satellite exhibition space which showcased the results of research. JAXA has many research various space technologies. As with rocket technology, satellite technology, micro-biological technology, and the planets, “said Cahyo.

For Cahyo, Winter School is really a most memorable experience. Many new science he could take away from the discussion with professors of JAXA, in particular that could contribute to his research.

“In addition to learning, I take advantage of that moment to network with professors and friends from other countries,” he concluded.

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