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Unchanged: <h3>Overview</h3>Unchanged: <h3>Overview</h3>
Unchanged: The <strong>N</strong>astional Institue of <strong>I</strong>nformation and <strong>C</strong>ommunications <strong>T</strong>echnology (NICT) headquartered in Koganei, Tokyo is Japan’s primary research agency for information and communications. NICT was originally established when two preexisting institutions, Japan's Communications Research Laboratory and the Telecommunications Advancement Organization, merged in 2004. Their responsibilities include establishing the Japanese standards for frequency and time, observing weather patterns in the ionosphere, and testing equipment for marine radar. <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Institute_of_Information_and_Communications_Technology">[1]</a>Unchanged: The <strong>N</strong>astional Institue of <strong>I</strong>nformation and <strong>C</strong>ommunications <strong>T</strong>echnology (NICT) headquartered in Koganei, Tokyo is Japan’s primary research agency for information and communications. NICT was originally established when two preexisting institutions, Japan's Communications Research Laboratory and the Telecommunications Advancement Organization, merged in 2004. Their responsibilities include establishing the Japanese standards for frequency and time, observing weather patterns in the ionosphere, and testing equipment for marine radar. <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Institute_of_Information_and_Communications_Technology">[1]</a>
Unchanged: NICT has also partnered with <a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/jaxa/">JAXA</a> on past projects related to FSO. In 2014 the <a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/sota/">SOTA</a> module carried on-board the <a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/socrates/">SOCRATES</a> satellite was tested by communicating with 1m class telescopes serving as ground stations located at NICT facilities. Similar tests are planned for JAXA's <a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/jdrs/">JDRS</a> ground to GEO satellite infrastructure. <a class="external autonumber" href="http://www.nict.go.jp/en/data/nict-news/NICT_NEWS_1710_E.pdf" rel="nofollow">[2]</a>Unchanged: NICT has also partnered with <a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/jaxa/">JAXA</a> on past projects related to FSO. In 2014 the <a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/sota/">SOTA</a> module carried on-board the <a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/socrates/">SOCRATES</a> satellite was tested by communicating with 1m class telescopes serving as ground stations located at NICT facilities. Similar tests are planned for JAXA's <a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/jdrs/">JDRS</a> ground to GEO satellite infrastructure. <a class="external autonumber" href="http://www.nict.go.jp/en/data/nict-news/NICT_NEWS_1710_E.pdf" rel="nofollow">[2]</a>
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Unchanged: <h3>Projects</h3>Unchanged: <h3>Projects</h3>
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Unchanged: <li><a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/ets-engineering-test-satellite/">ETS-VI</a></li>Unchanged: <li><a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/ets-engineering-test-satellite/">ETS-VI</a></li>
Unchanged: <li><a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/socrates/">SOCRATES</a>/<a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/sota/">SOTA</a></li>Unchanged: <li><a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/socrates/">SOCRATES</a>/<a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/sota/">SOTA</a></li>
Deleted: <li>RISESAT/<a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/vsota-hodoyoshi-2/">VSOTA</a></li> Added: <li>RISESAT/<a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/risesat/">VSOTA</a></li>
Unchanged: <li><a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/hicali/">HICALI</a></li>Unchanged: <li><a href="https://wiki.pathfinderdigital.com/wiki/hicali/">HICALI</a></li>
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