[amsat-bb] Re: Repository for all Doppler.SQF data
wageners at gmail.com
Thu Jan 5 15:53:25 PST 2012
Help me understand something.
Doppler.sqf is a file specific for SatPC32. When you download the
program, Erich has provided a basic doppler.sqf file for you to use.
Most folks have customized them with +- frequency adjustments for
their own location, setup, radio etc. As much as I like plug and play,
don't you want your own setup for your station and consequently learn
how to do it? Looking up a new frequency for a satellite is as easy as
reading emails and editing the files is even easier. Maybe I am
Now, It only takes one volunteer to compile information and submit it
to AMSAT. How wants to do it?
Happy New Year!
On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 3:59 PM, Charles Suprin <hamaa1vs at gmail.com> wrote:
> I share your surprise that frequency information is not available in a
> machine readable format. As the cube sats are coming fast and furious, it
> makes keeping up with them harder.
> On Jan 4, 2012 7:59 PM, "Wayne Estes" <w9ae at charter.net> wrote:
>> I'm surprised that nobody has made an online repository for the
>> Doppler.SQF files for ALL amateur satellites.
>> What would be the best place to keep one? AMSAT-NA web site? On the
>> DK1TB's web site, where people go to download SATPC32?
>> Maintaining a Doppler.SQF repository would be relatively easy. The list
>> isn't that huge, and new satellites don't come along very often.
>> The repository would also logically include SubTone.SQF and AmsatNames.txt
>> Wayne Estes W9AE
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