Unlike the launch mission, the satellite tracking mission is to load the trajectory data (TLE) of low orbit (LEO) satellites in order to track the corresponding satellites, acquire real time signals and transmit them to related equipment. Pass Scheduling is performed using the TLE data corresponding to the current position of the satellite to operate the satellite path, and the user inputs and defines the set values of the subsystem for tracking the satellite and receiving data. If the start and end times for the satellite tracking are displayed automatically and fall within the range of the automatic tracking values defined for the antenna control during satellite tracking, the antenna will execute the automatic tracking mode and terminate the mission if the satellite tracking end value is out of range . All system status and operation information related to satellite tracking are automatically stored together with visual information and used as post - mission analysis data.

Key Featue

  • Monitor and control equipment related to launch and satellite control operations 
  • Satellite Scheduling with NORAD TLE
  • Automatic antenna control for AOS / LOS time
  • Real-time status information saving function

Monitoring & Control

  • Monitoring and control of launch operation and satellite control operation in real time
  • Storage of state and motion information for all equipment during a mission
  • Reporting all saved log data / Graph


  • Using SGP4 (model used for NORAD TLE's orbit prediction), it is possible to predict relatively accurate trajectory for several satellites in a very short time.