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Using a LimeSDR / PlutoSDR to Transmit Digital Amateur Television with DATV Express (vie, 18 ene 2019)
Over on YouTube Corrosive from channel SignalsEverywhere has uploaded a new video in his series on Digital Amateur Television (DATV). The new video shows us how to use a transmit capable SDR like a LimeSDR or PlutoSDR to transmit DATV with a free Windows program called DATV Express. In the video he explains the various transmit and […]
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Es’hail-2 Transponder Tests + Narrow Band Web Stream (Fri, 18 Jan 2019)
Es'hail 2 was launched last November and it is the first geostationary satellite to contain an amateur radio transponder. The satellite is positioned at 25.5°E which is over Africa. It's reception footprint covers Africa, Europe, the Middle East, India, eastern Brazil and the west half of Russia/Asia. Although the satellite was launched last year, turning on […]
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RadarBox24 Specialty ADS-B RTL-SDR Reduced to $9.95 + Shipping (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
RadarBox24.com is a flight data aggregation service similar to sites like FlightAware.com and FlightRadar24.com. They aggregate ADS-B aircraft data obtained from (mostly) volunteer RTL-SDR based feeders based all over the world and use this to power their flight tracking map and flight information database. Last year RadarBox24 came out with a specialty ADS-B RTL-SDR dongle. […]
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Video Showing How to Decode Meteor M2 with an SDRPlay in Windows (Thu, 17 Jan 2019)
Thanks to "Lolo sdr" for submitting his videos that show his process for receiving and decoding Meteor M2 weather satellite images in Windows with an SDRplay and SDR-Console V3. Since the SDRplay is not supported by SDR#, it is not possible to use Vasilli's excellent Meteor Demodulator plugin (site in Russian, please use the Google Translate […]
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Logging Meteor Scatter Observations Online (Tue, 15 Jan 2019)
Thank you to Florent for submitting his website which contains a live log of his meteor scatter observations. Meteor scatter occurs when radio signals reflect off the ionized trail left behind by meteors when they enter the atmosphere. This trail is highly RF reflective, so it can allow distant radio stations to be briefly received. His […]
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