The satellite will test an experimental 24 GHz data transmitter, after which it will become an amateur radio satellite operated by AMSAT. The high data rate will enable much more data to be transferred during the 9- to 15-minute time windows the satellite is visible from the control station.
HuskySat is the first satellite designed by students in Washington state.
The slant in the waterfall is due to the Doppler shift of the signal as its elevation decreases at the end of its pass.
Audio recording of HuskySat-1 1K2 BPSK TLM (recorded with USB demodulator, 3 kHz width filter).
Shanessa Jackson (February 17, 2017). "NASA Announces Eighth Class of Candidates for Launch of CubeSat Space Missions". NASA TV.