As a leading private satellite service provider in China, SATHD focuses on space-to-earth communication solutions for commercial satellites, covering satellite on-board communication products, ground station construction, satellite TT&C, data reception and integrated on-orbit management.
SATHD provided 9 Chang Guang satellites launched on September 15th 2020 with TT&C.
On December, 7, 2019, SATHD provided TT&C service for five out of six satellites launched at Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center (TSLC).
On June, 5, 2019, SATHD provided TT&C for Bufeng 1A and 1B satellites from the first sea launch of a CZ-11H rocket developed by CASC.
On December, 7, 2019,SATHD provided TT&C for HEAD 2A and 2B, owned by HEAD Aerospace, launched at TSLC.
SATHD provided TT&C for 6 out of 7 Ladybird satellites launched by Commsat on December 7, 2018 using a CZ-2D rocket.
SATHD provided TT&C for Xiaoxiang 1-07 from Spacety Aerospace Co. launched on August 31, 2019 at Jiuquan Space Center.
SATHD provided ground station construction services and TT&C for Tianqin 1 from Sun Yat-sen Uni launched on 12/20/2019.
SATHD provided TT&C service for BNU 1, an experimental remote sensing satellite developed by BNU, launched on 09/12/2019 at TSLC.
Luojia 1-01, a CubeSat (6U) sized earth observation satellite built by the Wuhan University, was launched on June, 2018 at Jiuquan Space Center. The satellite is mainly used to test and verify luminous remote sensing technology and low-orbit satellite navigation enhancement technology. SATHD provided satellite TT&C and data reception for over one year during its on-orbit test stage.
BY 1, China’s first high school education and amateur radio satellite, was launched on December, 28, 2016 as a piggy-back payload at Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center (TSLC). SATHD provided UHF/VHF ground station construction and TT&C services.
Shaonian Xing ("Youth Star"), a 3U-CubeSat for education, was launched on February, 2, 2018, at Jiuquan Space Center. SATHD was responsible for TT&C of the satellite and provided full TT&C services for the satellite owner.