They will be loaded into the J-SSOD deployer on ISS KIBO with TechEdSat and F-1 by HTV-3 (Kounotori-3) on 21 July 2012.

These satellites will be deployed from KIBO by the robotic arm in September 2012.

RAIKO (Wakayama University)
100 x 100 x 200 mm 2U

FITSAT-1 LedsFITSAT-1 (Fukuoka Institute of Technology)
437.250MHz CW, 437.445MHz FM, 5840.00MHz High speed data

WE WISH (Meisei Electric Co., Ltd.)
437.505MHz SSTV, Telemetry, CW

TechEdSat will be deployed from the International Space Station (ISS). It is a 1U CubeSat that will demonstrate Plug and Play power architecture and two way communication via the satellite phone/data networks Iridium and Orbcomm.

There will be a 437.465 MHz beacon transmitting 1 watt to 1/4 wave monopole. Commanding is via the commercial networks and there is a 2 week watchdog timer to stop the beacon in the event of no commands being received.

TechEdSat will be launched along with Raiko, FITSat-1, We-Wish and F-1 to the ISS aboard HTV-3, currently planned to launch July 21, 2012. From there, it will be deployed into Low Earth Orbit using the JAXA J-SSOD deployer, from the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM also known as Kibo). They will be deployed with the Kibo robotic arm planned for September, 2012.

FSpace-F1 ModelWiki-TechEdSat

F-1, Vietnam Student CubeSat

Downlink: 145.980MHz, 437.485MHz
Mode:     AFSK 1200bps, GMSK 9600bps, AX.25 KISS
Size:     10x10x10cm (1U cubesat)
Mass:     1kg
Payload:  C328 camera with 640x480 resolution

Main website: FSpace Laboratory

[PE0SAT Thanks JE9PEL, Mineo Wakita via amsat-bb for this information]