SDRSharp connector plugin


#1

Hi Folks,
i wrote a plugin to connect Gpredict to SDRSharp. Maybe some of you find it useful?
The plugin can be found here:

https://github.com/alexwahl/SDRSharp.GpredictConnector

So enjoy!
Please report all bugs/problems/ideas via the github issue tracker :slight_smile:

Greetings
Alex


#2

Very nice Alex, I will try this soon - I just don’t come to windows very often :wink:


#3

Very nice, i 'll play with it very soon.


#4

Hi together,

a new Version of the SDRSharp.GpredictConnector plugin is available.
Get v0.3 and additional infos here: https://github.com/alexwahl/SDRSharp.GpredictConnector

Greetings
Alex


#5

Hi Alex,

I use your plugin with great pleasure since day 1.
But have a question…
Is there a possibility to provide a button or slider somewhere that makes it possible to set a small frequency deviation compared to the frequency obtained from gpredict.
Compare it with the RIT button on a transceiver.
This makes it possible to listen to a frequency slightly different to the basefrequency and with respect to its dopler shift.

Greetz,
joseph


#6

Gpredict and the plug-in for SDR# seem to work quite nicely. Impressed with the power and amount of detail available with these wonderful tools. I do wonder, as a newbie - I do some weather satellite decoding to create satellite images of weather. I use 3 satellites - NOAA 15, 18 and 19. I realize I can display the positions of many satellites. It looks like I can track ONE satellite and have the frequency changed in SDR# for that one satellite. Is it possible to track all three satellites (or more) and as they fly over the horizon, have SDR# change to the correct frequency - one after the other?

Congratulation on a marvelous tool - very impressed, really!


#7

You can enable “Autotrack” in the module menu. I think that’s what you are looking for.


#8

Sorry for beeing absent for a while, some family stuff… :slight_smile:
Thanks a lot for @josephco the proposal about the RIT functionality! I think this could be a very helpful feature. I will put it on my todo list.