4

I just wrote you one. One of the things Gpredict can do is control antenna rotators (via the hamlib driver library). In this case, you're the rotator, but hamlib can't handle that (as far as I know), so instead we'll use a program that pretends to be hamlib (more precisely, pretends to be rotctld). Setup instructions (I'm going to assume you're on a unixy ...


3

The footprint calculated by gpredict (and other satellite tracking software) is the area from which the satellite appears above de horizon (or, equivalently, the patch of earth seen from the satellite). This is independent of any radio link the satellite may possess. So the answer is no. You cannot modify footprints on gpredict. This has nothing to do with ...


3

Predict is the option that comes to mind. It is console based (no GUI), and provides a server mode where you can request data via UDP messages to a running predict server. It uses hamlib for rotor control. N.B.: predict does not provide transceiver control. You can get the current Doppler (normalized to 100MHz) via UDP queries, so you will need some extra ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible