New users welcome

@fredy Many tnx by your welcome, rigth now testing some gain values and had a best downloads



Hi everyone,
I am happy to meet you and people with similar passion,
Congratulations on this amazing achievement.

Me, a Computer Engineer for 20 years,
Worked on many projects, mainly IoT and Home Automation, Applications including web and VR and mobile.
I like to launch my own tiny 1Lb satellite to LEO using low cost commercial satellite companies.

I have faith in humanity and Science and a unique creator of this amazing universe.
I hope to learn from you a lot.


Welcome Bahsoun, hope you enjoy exploring the Libre Space community.

I am HS3LIQ/Wiwat from Thailand, interested in amateur radio, satellite and digital. The mode around the station may be very disturbing. Make observation from the image Or incomplete audio Due to being in a crowded communication area but I will try to improve the station To continue to receive better satellite signals. Thank you. :smile:



I have a pi4 and rtl with HF dipole ready and connected to the network!

I work for a small aerospace co and we have a bidirectional ground station on our roof for downloads and command control of Astro Digital satellites, which fly our flight software. The antenna is I believe a dual yagi rotator that tracks in two axis. Images are passed on to NOAA and other customers; the IR camera has been particularly helpful for firefighters in California, since it can see through some smoke; images help them determine vegetation potential fire load (how much fuel is on the ground at that moment).

I am primarily a software and systems engineer and build various apps and sim and emulators. With my colleagues I am making and delivering four emulators to ULA for their Orion / SLS missions in support of Artemis 2.

But I am new to RF and learning much with SatNOGS!

The setup was not too difficult. If all goes well I hope to help some school students run a ground station. Thanks to libre and all of you here for your contributions and kindness!


Welcome @hs3liq and @dru2. Hopefully you’ll find everything you need to get yourselves on the network and making observations. There is a wiki and a riot /irc channel as well as this forum if you have any questions .




I’m Jeff Moe from Colorado, USA. I’m a free software sysadmin and have done various open source hardware projects. I’m 100% new to satellites and amateur radio. I set up a couple of ground stations.

Happy hacking,



Hi @jebba ,

Welcome and thanks for the messages; I hope your rotator build and the board soldering goes well!

I am maybe 40 or 50 miles south of you; I was surprised at the amount of differences we get for overhead passes of the same spacecraft. Having more ground stations is especially useful for LEO.



Hi there,

I’m Nicola from Italy.
Happy to be a part of this community, hope to increase my knowledge in radio communications and share thoughts and projects.




Welcome @nikoproxy

There is a lot of information available, especially on the wiki. Please ask if you get stuck or need some information. No question is wrong :wink:

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Thanks @g7kse,
it’s a great way to start, I’ll get into it!

Hello everyone !!
i am Vaibhav ,undergraduate student in information technology from India . I love programming and space . I have experience of programming in C/C++ , Python and java . i have done several projects in machine learning and deep learning ( CNN ). I am looking forward to learn something and to contribute to LibreSpace.


Welcome Vaibhav! :slight_smile:

Continuing the discussion from New users welcome:

Hai, saya Herry dari Indonesia
saya mau belajar dan berusaha untuk stasiun kecil saya



Hi @herdoth,


Please use english in your next posts so we can understand you better. :slight_smile:

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Hello everyone!!
I am Akhil, an undergraduate student from India.
I am a space enthusiast and also love programming. I am looking forward to contribute to LibreSpace in whatever way I can. I have programming experience in C, Python, java, and R. I would like to increase my knowledge while contributing to various projects.


Hello everyone!
I am Amandine (ON4EYA), from Belgium. I am a research engineer at the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, where we developed a reentry CubeSat named QARMAN. Before that, I was working on QB50 project, so we might know each other from then.

QARMAN will soon be deployed in orbit, so I am seeking for collaborations and support to receive the telemetry beacon. I also hope to turn our ground station into a SatNOGS one.


Hey @amandine_on4eya ! Nice to see you here :slight_smile: QB50 brings good memories for us that it was our first experience building a mission (UPSat in our case).

I can see you already opened a thread for QARMAN, and we will continue the discussion there. Looking forward to see your station on the network too! Let us know if there is anything we can help with.


I am happy to collaborate, feel free to write me email

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Hi. New User, Tom from Silicon Valley, California.
Interested in “things unseen” or un-noticed, like airplanes, nature, satellites.
I’ve written Android apps for bicycling navigation, augmented-reality apps for viewing satellite constellation or local aircraft activity
Built ADSB receiver feeding to FlightAware and OpenSky Network
Now building antenna to observe satellite passes. This looks like an active community and I hope to learn and share.