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Conveniently located on the third planet orbiting Sol
(a G-type yellow dwarf star).
Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.
December 7, 2022 1:07 am
- Simon’s World MapUPDATE: 11/26/2022 Simon has updated the map (1.3.5) with a few new options that I asked for, one was a lighter track for the satellites so they would show on darker maps like my geo-ring maps (below). Zoom now makes use of the whole screen in Zoom mode even if the aspect ratio was not […]
- NOAA-15 AVHRR IssuesUpdated 10/22/2022 NOAA-15 AVHRR degraded image data. NOAA AVHRR HAS RECOVERED…However, there are still some gaps in scanning and engineers are working to sort it ou Starting on October 18th, 2022, NOAA-15 suffered an issue with its AVHRR Scan Motor. This is not the first time it has happened to NOAA-15. In fact, it has […]
- NOAA 15,18,19 to transition to private On-orbit operationsNOAA Awards Parsons Team $16 Million Contract For Polar Operational Environmental Satellites Operations October 19, 2022 CENTREVILLE, Va., Oct. 19, 2022 — The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has selected a team led by Parsons Corporation to provide engineering services, information technology functionality, and flight operations support to assume on-orbit operations for the Polar […]
This site is designed by me to help out folks like you, who use radios, namely Software-Defined Radios or SDR’s for experimenting, scanning, decoding, etc. Of particular note- Radio reception of Polar Orbiting Satellites, and Geo Stationary Satellites. As I experiment and learn more, I add to this site all the little interesting things I pick up. I am interested in learning all about this stuff, and I just want to “pay it forward” and help out others who might be interested in trying this out.
If you like what I do please support me on Ko-fi, It really means a lot, every bit helps!
I am just someone who likes to experiment with a lot of different tech. From old tube radios to the latest in SDR.
I am a history buff, and a technology geek, born 100 years too late and 100 years too early. I hope this site helps you out in exploring just some of the interesting things software-defined radio can offer.
You’ll find links to my different pages on the menu at the top of every page. This is continually updated, so stop back sometime and have a look!