2 Building a Distributed Satellite Ground Station Network A Call @rel0c8 hackerspace global grid / constellation 28c so hf, you'll shit bricks
3 Todays networks are evil.
4 They are based on old technology. Why don t we have fast connections everywhere?
5 They are based on old business models. Why do we have to pay by usage?
6 Basically, they are closed proprietary old-fashioned insecure
7 But things are changing, for the better.
8 All power has to be with the community.
9 All power has to be with the Science deserves a fair share. Users and providers have to be on the same level. Everyone shall benefit. We need distributed networks. community.
10 There s a lot of well established distributed networks.
11 There s a lot of well established IRC Skype (it s evil, but well established and distributed anyway) TOR BOINC and Peer 2 Peer Networks like Bittorrent, Bitcoin Freifunk / OLSR distributed networks.
12 Hackers want world domination.
13 This is the information age.
14 Therefore world domination is achieved by sharing information and making fast, cheap, secure, reliable network connections accesible.
15 You can join easily. Today.
16 It starts with a simple, small device
17 Building a Distributed Satellite Ground Station Network A Call @rel0c8 hackerspace global grid / constellation 28c so hf, you'll shit bricks
18 CCCamp11 Nick Farr et al: Space! We haz a needs! [h7]
19 Meanwhile on an express train to Berlin Three hackers: We haz a brainfart! [h0]
20 The Goal Understand Build Own Open Source everything
21 Short Term Tasks Receive Decode Record & store
22 What we want/need to know Satellite communication protocols Antenna and HF design Analogue and digital filters Electronic design Embedded hard- and software Mathematics and cryptography
23 Where do we get started? Read Jeff Wofford's article "A programmer's greatest enemy" [h2] Seriously. Break tasks down into very small sub-tasks Knowledge? Purely optional. I can say that from first hand experience because I didn't know anything about HF, antennas or radio communications
24 A ground station for... what? Everything! "Eierlegende Wollmilchsau" sounds so much better than..."allround device" Of course that won't work Instead: build many small things and combine them to something bigger! Works well for *NIX and Power Rangers
25 What's the most basic thing we need? Timing & Synchronization No point in measuring stuff in a distributed environment if you do not know the time accurately
26 Timing - What we want (1) High accuracy Ideally something far better than a microsecond Some kind of easy to use interface Need high accuracy timing? Just plug it in! Interchangeability & exchangability Better timing source? No problem!
27 Timing - What we want (2) Bigger & better More than one timing source? Would be nice!
28 Okay, a time source it is What do we have? NTP DCF77 GPS
29 NTP Meh, too simple Requires permanent internet connection Not very accurate either
30 DCF77 Pros At first glance very simple (59 bits per minute) Cons Only works in (central) Europe Antenna should be aligned with Frankfurt/Main At second glance: we've found receivers often to be very delicate to touching, people being close by, people being too far away, low flying ponies, your longcat
31 GPS (1) Pros There's existing hardware to do it. You can receive it almost everywhere It also tells you where you are Super accurate (PPS pulse) and super effective
32 GPS (2) Cons Not independent from current earth politics Could be more accurate if current earth politics allowed for it to be So HF, you shit bricks
33 GPS: Zero to hero in 10 seconds flat
34 GPS: Zero to hero in 10 seconds flat Arduino Mega 2560 [h4] 4 UARTs (oh boy) Blogcred^W community or something More pins than you can shake a stick at Adafruit GPS shield w/ EM-406 module [h5] Because we've had that already (and it works!)
35 Accurate time? There's a pulse for that!
36 Accurate time? There's a pulse for that! PPS / Pulse Per Second Much more accurate than what you get from reading NMEA over a serial connection Much more you say? Do tell more!
37 GPS Timing Accuracy
38 GPS Timing Accuracy +/- 200ns not too shabby I d say But wait, there s more! 16 Mhz clock driving the uc. We could interpolate! This is currently work in progress Caveat We ve measured relative accuracy of two receivers next to each other
39 Defining a timing module Accurate time source Higher frequency clock to increase resolution Interface via I2C or interrupt + $something Common interface with other modules Different time sources can be easily adopted
40 Defining a positioning module Accurate position source Fixed stations can average position readings over time Different sources could be GPS / GLONASS Hard coded because you know where you are Galileo, which was switched on a few days ago [h8] Again, a well defined module interface
42 What should be actually measured? Satellites? Too complicated at this point Airplanes? Challenge accepted!
43 ADS-B Pros Includes planes call sign, GPS time, and position! Gives us ground truth for verifying calculations and accuracy Cons Signal sent at 1090 MHz This is SHF (Scheiß hohe Frequenz) SHF is nasty (which makes it awesome)
44 Dear HAMs... Why you so obscure? You love doing awesome hacking, so do we Yet a lot of documentation on the net is crap :( We've probably just picked the wrong HAM Anyway, here's some feedback ;)
45 Building an Antenna for ADS-B J-Pole [h9] Slim-Jim [h9,h6]
46 Building a J-Pole: Wrong A = ~22 cm B = ~6.5 cm C = ~1cm D = 4 turn balun How to tune: for each two nibbles taken away from A, take one nibble away from B
47 Building a J-Pole: Correct A = 3/4 λ B = 1/4 λ C = adjust to 50 Ω wave impedance between solder joints D = 4 turn balun to keep coax line from becoming part of the radiator How to tune: nibble away bits on both arms while maintaining the (3/4 λ) / (1/4 λ) ratio
48 So, what should this tell us? Don't document what you did. Document why and how you did it! This is of course not an HAM issue (we just pick the wrong ones). There's plenty of hackers documenting their projects similarly. Okay, let's say almost all documentation of almost everyone just sucks ;) Documentation is work. Documentation will let us learn from each other, furthering everyones goals.
49 Building a Slim-Jim A = overall length B1 = 1/2 λ B2 = 1/4 λ B3 = A-B1-B2 C = adjust to 50 Ω wave impedance between solder joints D = 4 turn balun to keep coax line from becoming part of the radiator
50 First trials and failures TV Tuners? Works, if you have the right one that actually has a hardware bug you can use Sucks hard Documentation sucks harder
51 Buy shit, get it done miniadsb receiver [h3] Pure SMT awesomeness Simply works!
53 Filtering and Amplifying the signal What we've learned so far: HF sucks hard, SHF sucks harder We get about 0.1 to 0.3 Volts from our receiver We need more => build a preamp and filters Through sucky documentation we now have a set of resonant circuits which are not filters which is kind of bad...
54 Decoding and Measurement ADSB is using Manchester coding (transmitting the clock signal together with the AM modulated signal) Oh #^$% it's the 28th and I haven't made any slides yet!
55 What we ll get along the way (1) Even if we're not yet talking to satellites, we get a lot out of this project early on High accuracy timing of $measurements Weather Airplanes Radiation Earthquakes...
56 What we ll get along the way (2) GPS receiving ground stations with known actual location AGPS for the masses! Know the GPS position of known-position locations to increase GPS accuracy Distributed time sources
57 Next up (1) Get both ADSB receivers working Set up two ground stations 100km apart Measure signals Calculate numbers
58 Next up (2) Become crazy from thinking about high frequency stuff all the time If it ain't working, try harder If it is working, build more! There will be dragons.
59 Collateral Damage (1) Contacts in the space & satellite community, both academic and commercial. Three HF antennas built Two ADS-B receivers Filters!... So many filters! Two Arduino/GPS setups
60 Collateral Damage (2) Got a GPS module made specifically for timing off ebay One hacker off to the far away land of FPGA design Lost a hacker to a serious case of horology [h1] Tons of fun! Too much to do for just us
62 How to contribute Write code Provide computational power Build hardware Share expertise Set up a ground station!
63 And now a word from someone who actually has an application for all this! loading Constellation...
64 What the Frak are we doing? Building a real space application Telemetry and Tracking Small Satellite Project "Flying Laptop" University of Stuttgart[c1-3] and more [cp1] Flying Laptop [c1-3][cp1] Determine Orbital (Keplerian) Elements Amateur Radio Community External tracking and positioning! [cp2] Keplerian Elements [cp1] IRS Ground Station
65 Why? Why not? Positioning: Relatively fast positioning after orbit injection Permanent and global tracking Independent service [cp3] satellite com-link
66 Why? Why not? Communication: receiving sat-data in data-dump mode in between black regions of main GS nodes possibility to command satellites [cp4] data-dump mode Almost nothing is more expensive than data-rates in $pace!
67 Why? Why not? To serve man...! with telemetry and tracking of satellites derivates beyond current objectives science platform
68 There are all kinds of groundstations Raisting Satellite Earth Station, Germany. (possibly) [cp5]
69 There are all kinds of groundstations Raisting Satellite Earth Station, Germany. HGG Groundstation, Berlin-Neukölln, Germany (possibly) [cp5] [cp6]
70 It starts with four dots volunteers [cp7]
71 Mathmagic 1 Positioning via Pseudoranging (you can't beat the speed of light!) Beacon Signal to receiver stations "reverse GPS" At least 4 receiver stations, because it's 3D! Matrix Fun! [cp8] pseudoranging
72 Mathmagic 1 Apollonius of Perga had a problem once (ca. 262 BC ca. 190 BC) [c4] We take available math and solutions from him & the Internet [cp9] apollonius solutions 2d [cp10] apollonius solutions 3d
73 It won t end with 4 dots! volunteers [cp7]
74 It won t end with 4 dots! You are a dot! volunteers [cp7]
75 Mathmagic 2 Enhancement of accuracy through multi receiver points. Combinatorical problem Deterministic n!/((n-k)!-k!) n=groundstations, k=needed groundstations (graph)
76 Mathmagic 2 trade-off: Complexity vs. Accuracy
77 Infrastructure Constellation Platform Turning an existing distributed computing infrastructure into a sensor grid! Constellation Platform student group DGLR young academic groups applied science & use-oriented aerospace project interdisciplinary collaboration [c5-9]
78 Infrastructure Constellation Platform HLRS (Uni Stuttgart)[c10] Constellation Units Computing-Power Costs Top500.org (11/2011) [c11] 113,472 Cores TFLOPS 22.5 (+10) M, *1 12 (Congratulations!) 5,239 Computers 2.2 TFLOPS For classification: intel Centrino Core Duo (mobile, T2050) 1.6ghz: 4,8 GFOPS  [cp11] *1 equipment acquisition + 5 years operation
79 Infrastructure Constellation Platform HLRS (Uni Stuttgart)[c10] Constellation Units Computing-Power Costs Top500.org (11/2011) [c11] 113,472 Cores TFLOPS 22.5 (+10) M, *1 12 (Congratulations!) 5,239 Computers 2.2 TFLOPS For classification: intel Centrino Core Duo (mobile, T2050) 1.6ghz: 4,8 GFOPS  [cp11] *1 equipment acquisition + 5 years operation [c5]
80 Constellation Infrastructure The Power of Many Distributed Computing (DC) with 1995 users, 5230 host-pcs, 249 teams, 66 countries, 103.8M Credits ( ) currently processing TrackJack, an ascent trajectory optimizer (HyEnD's hybrid engined sounding rocket)[c14] [c5] [cv1] by rocketman0815 [c5]
81 Constellation Infrastructure The Power of Many Distributed Ground Station Network (DGSN) distributed computing system as basis for DGSN just plug in DGSN hardware sensor data processed in home on DC hosting raw and processed data in data-base YOU CAN START RIGHT NOW! [cp14] DGSN schematic
82 Constellation Infrastructure The Power of Many Distributed Sensor Grid => Yesterday s news Quake Catcher Network [c15] [c16]
83 Infrastructure Expansion You are a dot! volunteers [cp7]
84 Infrastructure Expansion You are a dot! [cp7] volunteers amateur radio institutes
85 Infrastructure Expansion Antenna Modes fixed single antenna fixed triple directional motorized single directional hybrid antenna global sensor grid (n>1000) Volunteer Level average joe & his balcony amateur radio operator institutes and organizations
86 Infrastructure Expansion More mathmagic: One way ranging and Two way doppler 1-way-ranging One way doppler [DORIS] ("Satellite orbits"; Oliver Montenbruck; Eberhard Gill)[c17] Multiway ranging & doppler 2-way-doppler Dopplershift (Dr. Yuji SAKAMOTO, Tohoku University, Japan)[c18] you name it! 1-way-doppler
87 Why do it? For science, you monster! And of course for more...
88 System classification Existing Navigation and Tracking Services On-Board: Intertial Measurement System space-based satellite navigation system, o GPS by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)[c19] o Glonass transferred from Ministry of Defence to Russia's civilian space agency Roscosmos[c20] When your satellite gets lost, you're position data get lost, too.
89 System classification Existing Navigation and Tracking Services External: Governmental and Agency Services o NORAD+USSTRATCOM [c21-22] o European Space Tracking (ESTRACK) [c23] DORIS by the French Space Agency (CNES) [c24] => different function, under different management... DGSN could become new player with decentralized responsibilities
90 Hacking in/for science what else could DGSN do? Atmospheric measurements (Thomas Feuerle)[c25] GPS accuracy measurements (Thomas Feuerle)[c25] Environmental monitoring by wireless communication nets (Hagit Messer, Artem Zinevich and Pinhas Alpert)[c26] Thunderstorm strikes & cells (Blitzortung.org)[c27] Nuclear detonation detection (Daniel N. Baker)[c28] [c28] [c26] [c25]
91 Beacon on board Transmitting Protocol Datarate ID like OSCAR (Orbital Satellite Carrying Amateur Radio) Aerospace-Lab.de Stuttgart-Herrenberg Highschool students will help building [c29] Beacon should be as simple as possible to fit future needs.
92 Do we get contact Small Satellite: FunCube Small Receiver: FunCubeDongle (USB) When they can do it, we too! [c30-31] [cv2] by oz9aec: Funcube Dongle receiving the CUTE-1.7 (CO-65) cubesat
93 Future perspective for system itself Time Synching: Measurements Tracking: Satellites [c5]
94 Future perspective for system itself Time Synching: Measurements Tracking: Satellites Aircrafts (Deutsche Flugsicherung) [c32]
95 Future perspective for system itself Time Synching: Measurements Tracking: Satellites Aircrafts (Deutsche Flugsicherung) Science Experiments (DLR REXUSBEXUS) Weather Balloons [c33]
96 Future perspective for system itself Time Synching: Measurements Tracking: Satellites Aircrafts (Deutsche Flugsicherung) Science Experiments UAV! (DLR REXUSBEXUS) Weather Balloons UAVs (UAVP-NG, Stuttgarter Adler) [c34] [c35]
97 Future perspective for system itself Time Synching: Measurements Tracking: Satellites Aircrafts (Deutsche Flugsicherung) Science Experiments UAV! (DLR REXUSBEXUS) Weather Balloons UAVs (UAVP-NG, Stuttgarter Adler) OpenStreetMap Differential GPS [c36]
98 Future perspective for system itself Time Synching: Measurements Tracking: Satellites Aircrafts (Deutsche Flugsicherung) Science Experiments UAV! (DLR REXUSBEXUS) Weather Balloons UAVs (UAVP-NG, Stuttgarter Adler) OpenStreetMap Differential GPS Animal Tracking We come Awesome! in purr! [cv3] [cp13]
99 Future perspective and chances beyond system Constellation could be the first big application for the DGSN DGSN and modules are not exclusive spin-offs and derivates for everybody Wurfantenne / Fast deployable antenna
100 Midterm Goal for Constellation & HGG Telemetry and Tracking Receiving and Broadcasting of data Alternative infrastructure for and driven by community Collaboration with active community With you, By you, For you and everyone
101 Lessons learned interdisciplinary collaboration works! (hackers, science, volunteers,...) almost everything is already available just bringing everything together keep on working best ever communities! space rocks!
102 Space is big, really big... <questions>anyone?</questions> </end> So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish
105 Links h0 hackerspace global grid / project hgg shackspace.de/wiki/doku.php?id=project:hgg h1 Allan et al - The Science of Timekeeping allanstime.com/publications/dwa/science_timekeeping/ h2 Jeff Wofford - A programmer's greates enemy jeffwofford.com/?p=835 h3 miniadsb Receiver miniadsb.web99.de h4 Arduino Microcontroller Platform arduino.cc h5 Adafruit GPS Logger Shield ladyada.net/make/gpsshield/ h6 M0UKD - Slim Jim Antenna Calculator m0ukd.com/calculators/slim_jim/ h7 Space program of the Hacker Scene events.ccc.de/camp/2011/wiki....../space_program_of_the_hacker_scene:_for_our_future h8 First Galileo navigation satellite begins broadcasting spaceflightnow.com/news/n1112/18galileo/ h9 Wikipedia: J-Pole & Slim-Jim en.wikipedia.org/wiki/j-pole h10 Weekend Graffiti Workshop Timelapse vimeo.com/
106 Sources Common: c1 University of Stuttgart - c2 Institute for Space Systems (IRS) - c3 Small Satellite Project - c4 Apollonius of Perga (ca. 262 BC ca. 190 BC), en.wikipedia.org/wiki/apollonius_of_perga c5 Constellation Platform - c6 DGLR e.v.: Stuttgart - c7 Rechenkraft.net e.v. - c8 Selfnet e.v. - c9 shackspace - c10 hlrs - c11 top500.org - c12 c13 BOINC - c14 HyEnD - c15 Quake Catcher Network - c16 - c17 Oliver Montenbruck; Eberhard Gill, "Satellite orbits : models, methods and applications", ISBN: X c18 Dr. Yuji SAKAMOTO, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan, paper: Yuji Sakamoto and Akari Yoneyama, "Orbit Determination System with Reasonable Performance Using Low-Cost Ground Station for Nanosatellite Projects," The 28th International Symposium on Space Technology and Science (ISTS), Naha, Japan, June 2011, No.2011-f-37.
107 Sources Common (ctd): c19 USDOD - c20 ROSCOSMOS - c21 NORAD - c22 USSTRATCOM - c23 ESTRACK - c24 DORIS - c25 Thomas Feuerle, "GPS- und Ionosphärenmonitoring mit Low-Cost GPS-Empfängern", ISBN: c26 Hagit Messer; Artem Zinevich; Pinhas Alpert3, "Environmental Monitoring by Wireless Communication Networks", c27 Blitzortung.org - c28 Daniel N. Baker, "The Earth s Secrets, Hidden in the Skies", c29 Aerospace Lab - Jugendforschungszentrum Herrenberg-Gäu - c30 FunCube - c31 FunCubeDongle - c32 Deutsche Flugsicherung (www.dfs.de) c33 REXUS/BEXUS - Rocket and Balloon Experiments for University Students - c34 Next Generation OS Quadcopter Project, Project Home: events.ccc.de/congress/2008/wiki/uavp-ng/index.html c35 Stuttgarter Adler - c36 OpenStreetMap -
108 Sources Picture/Images: cp1 Small Satellite Project - cp2 Keplerian Elements - commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/file:bahnelemente.svg cp3 Student Research Project by Bastian Mayer, RA3AQ Feed with 2,5m Parabolic Antenna cp4 data-dump mode by A. Hornig - cp5 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/file: raisting_900x460.jpg cp6 de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=datei:berlin-neukoelln_satellitedishes_ _p jpg cp7 cp8 cp9 apollonius solutions 2d cp10 apollonius solutions 3d cp11 cp12 cp13 "Rainbow dash vs F15" by CIRILIKO cp14 Videos: cv1 "HyEnD Micro Hybrid Engine Test-14" by rocketman cv2 "Funcube Dongle receiving the CUTE-1.7 (CO-65) cubesat" by oz9aec - cv3 "Котенка запустили в космос!" (SpaceCat) by gosloto1 -
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