It was installed on the International Space Station on August 3, 2005. PCSAT2 was recovered from the outside of the ISS by astronauts on the 3rd EVA of mission STS-115 and was return to Earth.
PCsat2 transmitted packet bursts every 3 minutes on 437.975 MHz. It had an UHF FM repeater on 437.975 MHz +/− 9 kHz, and 1200/9600 baud digital operation.
It also carried a PSK31 Linear/FM Satellite translator accepting 3 kHz SSB channel in the 10 meter band at 29.4 MHz and repeating that in baseband on a VHF or UHF narrow-band FM downlink. This is intended to allow multiple simultaneous full duplex narrow band communications using morse or PSK31 to be relayed by PCSat2 .