Li Songting is an associate researcher at the Micro-Nano Satellite Engineering Center of the National University of Defense Technology. His main research directions are the design and implementation of the integrated Internet of Things, satellite-based electronic payload design, RF/analog and mixed-signal integrated circuit design, digital signal processing, etc.
Chief designer of Tiantuo-5 satellite (launched into orbit at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on August 23, 2020), responsible for a total of four types of payloads including the two main payloads of AIS/ADS-B (including VDES payloads, Space-based IoT DCS payload) design work. Responsible for the ocean series satellites of the State Oceanic Administration (Ocean 1C/1D satellite, Ocean 2B satellite, Ocean 3A satellite, launched into orbit in 2018-2020) FPGA/ARM software design, joint debugging and measurement and control of AIS payload; responsible for software and hardware design and joint debugging and joint testing of space-based search and positioning payload for XX satellite (launched into orbit in 2020); responsible design and development of satellite-based payloads for information collection for marine target sensing of XX major scientific research project. In addition, with long-term experience in RF/analog and mixed-signal integrated circuit design, he has successively developed multi-mode navigation RF chips (compatible with Beidou, GPS, Galileo and GLONASS), RFID tag chips with independent intellectual property rights that conform to the national military standard agreement, and power management IC. At the same time, he also has profound project research， development and practical experience in digital signal processing, circuits and systems, etc. He has published more than 30 academic papers, applied for/authorized more than 20 national invention patents, independently wrote 1 monograph on radio frequency integrated circuits, 1 First Prize for Military Science and Technology Progress, 1 Special Prize for Tianjin Science and Technology Progress, and 1 Third Prize for Collective Merit.