[amsat-bb] Doppler.Sqf Editor for SatPC32
tomdoyle1948 at gmail.com
Wed May 28 21:04:39 UTC 2014
I wish it were possible but as far as the Doppler.sqf file is concerned the
only useful piece of information in the tle files is the satellite name.
The rest is just identification numbers and a mathematical description of
the orbit. It could be a school bus or a cubesat, all you can tell from the
Tle data is where it is and where it is going. What is needed is a machine
readable list of satellite names and the frequency/mode data. I was
actually working on it using the almost perfect satellite information page
on the old AMSAT-NA website. Unfortunately the information was scattered
over a large number of nice looking pages on the new site.
tnx & 73,
W9KE Tom Doyle
On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 10:47 AM, PE0SAT | Amateur Radio <pe0sat at vgnet.nl>wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> Compliments a very nice development - Would it be possible to also open
> TLE object file(s)
> and add entries to doppler.sqf based on the object files?
> 73 Jan PE0SAT
> On 28-05-2014 16:44, Thomas Doyle wrote:
>> I wrote this little program to try and help out with the great Doppler.sqf
>> files posted on the AMSAT-UK web site.
>> In the remote possibility that it could be of interest or use to someone
>> else here is the link.
>> 73 W9KE Tom Doyle
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