Our friends at TSTI (Teaching Science & Technologies, Inc.) and EyasSat Satellite Simulator Kits were crucial to the success of this endeavor. The first of its kind in the world! A Bank with its own communications satellite. Check it out!
UPDATE!!! It is less than two weeks away. Join us on Monday, August 10 at 8am for the BIG REVEAL….GEN 5!!!!
Eccles Science Center, Room 053
It is less than one month until EyasSat LLC’s annual mini workshop/intro to EyasSat Satellite Simulator Kits at Small Sat!
Join us, Monday, Aug 10, 8am-11:30am at Eccles Science Learning Center, Room 053 to see our latest and greatest release: GEN 5 Nano Satellite Simulator.
Learn how it is differs from past generation simulators, how to use it in the classroom, and more!
Greater versatility, durability, and more user-friendly for the same, low price as EyasSat C+/4X.
Only $8775 USD.
This is our best kit ever! Contact us now to purchase your first EyasSat or upgrade your older model.
C/C+/4X users do not dismay. We are committed to supporting you and when your current EyasSat no longer meets your needs we will happily help with discounted* upgrades on components or an entirely new kit.
*Discounts are dependent on return of components/kits.
**Delivery is currently 90 days from date of good faith down payment.
EyasSat LLC congratulates client, Faith By Hearing, who is garnering media attention in its home town.
EyasSat3 features prominently in the news link-please note that EyasSat3 is NOT the actual satellite the organization will use to accomplish their mission. It is a model that is similar to the 3U or 6U satellites they hope to deploy.
You think blizzards are bad? Wait until we, that is the EyasSat team, blow into town!
EyasSat is heading to Greenbelt, MD! We will be observing TSTI’s Space System Verification & Validation course, being presented at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. This course uses traditional EyasSat (old Rev C) as system of interest. Thank you TSTI for inviting us along. Eager to see EyasSats in action with professionals.
Photo shows officers working EyasSats at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, CO, USA earlier this week.
Is your 2.4GHz, Xbee radio working? This is the radio found in all EyasSat C+ Models out there today. We are experiencing a strange phenomenon–radios that work in our lab no longer work when they arrive at their final destination. We suspect that some geographical regions around the world do not support this frequency and/or that there is a frequency interference. Please tell us IF your radio works and WHERE you are from!