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Re: Noaa HRPT

HRPT is not as easy as receiving apt/lrpt. The 660 KHz bandwidth signal requires higher gain. I used a 0.5 db NF preamp with a 48" dish and the noise margin
tom
5:12 AM
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16767

Re: [weather-satellite-reports] Change to Weather Satellite Report f

As registered Eumetcast users will know there has been a change to the User Notification Service (UNS). At present the old and new systems are working side by
David J Taylor
11:19 PM
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16766

Change to Weather Satellite Report format.

As registered Eumetcast users will know there has been a change to the User Notification Service (UNS). At present the old and new systems are working side by
Douglas Deans
2:02 PM
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16765

Re: SSD Drives for Receiving Data

I get your point, David. Data would be taken off pretty quickly by the 'Managers', so it would not need a huge drive by any means. As for how long it takes
David J Taylor
11:35 AM
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16764

Re: SSD Drives for Receiving Data

I get your point, David. Data would be taken off pretty quickly by the 'Managers', so it would not need a huge drive by any means. As for how long it takes
francis.greaves
10:33 AM
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16763

Re: SSD Drives for Receiving Data

Those of us who visited Darmstadt recently were treaated to a great technical talk on receiving Eumetcast data. One of the things which came up was the
David J Taylor
10:06 AM
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16762

Re: SSD Drives for Receiving Data

From: francis@... [GEO-Subscribers] Sent: Sunday, July 5, 2015 4:07 PM To: GEO-Subscribers@yahoogroups.com Subject: [GEO-Subscribers] SSD Drives for
Douglas Deans
Jul 5
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16761

Noaa HRPT

What's the minimum type of antenna (and minimum gain) I need to recieve the HRPT pictures off the Noaa HRPT transmissions? do all 3 satellites transmit HRPT
nokia6210male
Jul 5
#16761
 
16760

SSD Drives for Receiving Data

Those of us who visited Darmstadt recently were treaated to a great technical talk on receiving Eumetcast data. One of the things which came up was the
francis.greaves
Jul 5
#16760
 
16759

Re: Speed up the process of skipping through the noisy part of the S

In message <5596FD0A.9020404@...> "jkelly jkelly@... [GEO-Subscribers]" ... I have no idea, but it would need to be scripted to ensure that
Barry Smith
Jul 3
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16758

Re: Speed up the process of skipping through the noisy part of the S

Raydel, Wondering if the GNURadio script could be modified to start writing the S file once lock is achieved? Jeff
jkelly
Jul 3
#16758
 
16757

Re: Speed up the process of skipping through the noisy part of the S

Thanks - good suggestion. However I run GNURadio on Linux for capture. Jeff
jkelly
Jul 3
#16757
 
16756

Re: Speed up the process of skipping through the noisy part of the S

Yes. Install PQSK Demodulator v 1.4 This version only recorde an S-file when QPSK is detected, so image processing starts immediately. Les
leshamilton2004
Jul 3
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16755

Speed up the process of skipping through the noisy part of the S fil

Regarding Analizer - is there anyway to speed up the process of skipping through the noisy part of the S file? I record the entire pass and the first few
jkelly
Jul 3
#16755
 
16754

Some of today's passes

I have a couple of improvements and thought I would share a few recent images from today.
Graham
Jul 2
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