Deployment of ham radio HuskySat-1 CubeSat expected soon
NASA report the Cygnus resupply ship currently docked at the International Space Station is expected to leave at 9:35 a.m. EST on Friday, January 31
Cygnus should then raise its orbit to approximately 500 km, where HuskySat-1 and SwampSat will be deployed.
After deployment, HuskySat-1’s 1200 bps BPSK beacon on 435.800 MHz should be active and decodable with the latest release of FoxTelem. HuskySat-1 is expected to run its primary mission for 30 days — testing a pulsed plasma thruster and experimental 24 GHz data transmitter — before being turned over to AMSAT for amateur radio operation. HuskySat-1 features a 30 kHz wide 145 to 435 MHz linear transponder for SSB/CW.
NASA story – Crew Packs Cargo Ship for Departure
IARU HuskySat-1 frequency coordination page
HuskySat-1 web site
ARRL – HuskySat-1 Successfully Lifted into Space