[amsat-bb] Satellite logging software
Mac A. Cody
maccody at att.net
Sun Dec 25 00:47:39 UTC 2016
GcmWin also runs on Linux
Mac / AE5PH
On 12/24/2016 06:34 PM, Stephen E. Belter wrote:
> Recommended satellite tracking programs for —
> Windows: SatPC32
> MacOS: MacDoppler
> Linux: Gpredict
> Recommended logging programs for satellite contacts —
> Windows: N3FJP’s ACLog, and DXLab
> Recommended program for creating grid maps of worked/confirmed grids —
> Windows: GcmWin
> Download link and recommended setup for GcmWin can be found at
> Welcome to the satellites!
> 73, Steve N9IP
> Steve Belter, seb at wintek.com
> On 12/24/16, 4:16 PM, "AMSAT-BB on behalf of Kim Hansen via AMSAT-BB"
> <amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org on behalf of amsat-bb at amsat.org> wrote:
>> Hi, all
>> Getting into sats and I've been poking around for software (windows).
>> Seems like most are using SATPC32, is that the go-to tracking program?
>> Any others that I should also consider?
>> How about logging software, any favorites for sats? I've been using
>> DXLab, (great for DX, not so much for sats.) Used to use LOGic, may try
>> to configure it for satellite logging. In any event, want to use whatever
>> I end up with just for sats and dump their logs into DXLab (hold complete
>> station logs).
>> Also, how about grid square chasing? I see paper (printed) grid maps for
>> US, abut anything for windows? Found "WorkedGrids_v7, but seems to be
>> for terrestrial, not sats. Would like something that could show current
>> worked/confirmed grids other than on paper. Again. any ideas?
>> Thanks -- Lee
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