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Malaysian Space Agency (MYSA)

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Mission Control Station

1. Introduction on Mission Control Station

The MYSA Mission Control Station is owned and operated by MYSA that handles the communications for both uplink and downlink with orbiting spacecraft. The MYSA mission control station has been operational since 2005 and had provided support for other international agency for the space mission such as European Space Agency (ESA) and Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).

Station Location:

Longitude          :               101.50778 oE (101o 30’ 28” E)

 Latitude              :               2.78433 oN (2o 47’ 3.59” N)

2. Mission Control Station service

The MYSA mission control station is government owned and operated by MYSA that handles the communications for both uplink and downlink with orbiting spacecraft as follow::

•Three antenna systems with the diameter of 5.0 and 7.3 metre
• 5.0 metre antenna for Tracking, Telemetry & Control (TT&C) in S-band
• 7.3 metre antenna for Image Receiving and Processing System (IRPS) operating in X-band
• 7.3 metre for both X- and S-band TT&C and data receiving
• Tracking mode in Auto, Program and Manual track
• Circular polarization in both RHCP and LHCP
• Simultaneous receiving data in both polarisations.





Frequency Uplink

2025 MHz – 2110 MHz


Frequency Downlink

2200 MHz – 2290 MHz

8000 MHz – 8400 MHz

Gain over Temperature (G/T)

19 dB/K

31.5 dB/K

Maximum Data Rate Capability

20Mbps (Uplink)

Mission dependent (Downlink)


 3. Past Customers

  • SIRIM QAS/ Sapura Secured/ Sapura Thales
  • Modenas
  • Daikin
  • J&E Hall
  • TDK Lambda
  • WSA Engineering/ Proton
  • Universiti Sains Malaysia
  • Astronautic Technology Sdn. Bhd
  • European Space Agency
  • Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)