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RSP2 now works for GOES Satellite image decoding

Posted: Fri May 12, 2017 4:22 am
by jon
Joe at USA_Satcom has worked hard the last few weeks on his high resolution satellite imaging decode windows software known as XRIT (for both HRIT and LRIT transmissions) for decoding the fantastically clear images being beamed to earth from the NOAA GOES-13, GOES-15 and now the GOES-16 satellites.  Credit is also due to the work done by  Lucas and his coding within the Open Satellite project code which is also used, and his work to support the RSP2.

Click on the USA_Satcom link below for more information .   To get going,  USA_Satcom ask  that if you have the proper equipment (like the RSP2 and suitable antenna), are able to receive a high quality signal from any of the GOES satellite, and are interested in this software then please contact them for a demo package. The streamers, actual GUI application, including the ingestor and supporting libraries are free, however the core DSP is not and must be licensed. The cost is $100 USD for this license. Click on the USA_Satcom link below for more information .

http://usa-satcom.com/xrit-decoder-for-goes-satellite/

The GOES 16 satellite is scheduled to start test operation in June. ABS channels should be operational on a limited basis starting May 20th. The ABS channels provide images across various spectrums of light enabling atmospheric analyses and color image generation

http://www.sdrplay.com/noaa-goes-satell ... ging-news/

Our thanks also to Bern Bareis for his help in connecting us with Joe and Lucas – he recently informed us that the GOES 16 satellite is scheduled to start operation in June. ABS channels should be operational on a limited basis starting May 20th. The ABS channels provide images across various spectrums of light enabling atmospheric analyses and color image generation.

The GOES WIKI site is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geostationary_Operational_Environmental_Satellite