Satnogs Network Monitor

The production site has been updated. :smiley:
https://satnogs.jwgtechs.com is now the best place to see “stable” views with the globe.

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Last weekend this was displayed at Hamvention. :smiley:

I would like to thank everyone for this opportunity.

Also https://satnogs.jwgtechs.com/ now uses MapBox for its maps instead of Bing Maps. (I was nearing the 1000 map requests a month limit for the free access. MapBox allows 50,000 requests.)

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Just a heads up to anyone using my map. The dev site has not been on for over a month. If you are trying to use that. Please stop.

William,

Could you give me a hand / walk through installing this on my Pi4 so i can have it display my station passes.

Thanks
Karl.

Actually unless you want to host copy of the website there is nothing to install. I run the monitor currently and it shows the fully network’s status (Still up at https://satnogs.jwgtechs.com ) Although currently its a bit bugged out an android devices. (Map on the globe doesn’t render, working on that.)

I am going to work on adding per station display information in again as during my last overhaul of the website I forgot about it. This would be accessed thru a slightly different URL just.

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You can now use https://satnogs.jwgtechs.com/station/<station_id> where <station_id> is replaced with the ID of your station, it will then only show you passes that are for your station.

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Hi and thanks for the info… I can get the website up with my station 1920 but it’s just a globe and shows my location but it’s not showing my future passes and i currently have 7 scheduled.

Thanks
Karl.

It shows realtime what is happening. So if none of them are actively happening they won’t be displayed.

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