[amsat-bb] Is there satellite tracking software for smart phones?
pconver at gmail.com
Fri Apr 14 03:27:04 UTC 2017
Shows in real time where to point antenna, mode to use and uplink/downlink
frequencies Doppler corrected.
Works on any portable device, both online and/or offline.
No need to setup Keps, should take your location automatically.
Good luck with the birds !
73, LU7ABF, Pedro
On Thu, Apr 13, 2017 at 9:29 PM, Mike Lemons <becalmed9 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Can anyone recommend a satellite app for Android phones? Preferably
> something that shows where the satellite is above the horizon.
> SkEye looks promising. I think that if I Velcroed my phone to the boom of
> my Arrow antenna, the app would give me realtime feedback of where to point
> the antenna. People use the app for pointing telescopes. That would be
> greater precision than what I need.
> The SkEye website says almost nothing about satellite tracking. From what I
> can discern this function only exists in the paid version. ($6)
> (This is the third time that I have tried to send this message. Maybe if I
> put my callsign in, it will be accepted)
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