NOAA Decoder work in progress

FYI,

There is also a cross-platform POES/GOES LRIT/HRIT spacecraft decoder
work-in-progress
Screen shot
http://www.poes-weather.com/~patrik/1.7GHz/POES-USRP-Decoder.jpg

At the moment it does the following:

  • render NOAA POES HRPT imagery
  • render decompressed GOES LRIT/HRIT full disk imagery
  • realtime satelellite tracking and prediction
  • LPT rotor control support
  • antenna AZ/EL HID device sensor support

I have not yet bothered to make a HOWTO web-page but soon when it gets
warmer up here North…
It is built using Qt Creator

If you are interested, checkout the latest revision from and do a build
svn checkout
http://noaaport.poes-weather.com:8081/subversion/hrpt-decoder/branches/1.0.0.2/

View the work in progress at
http://noaaport.poes-weather.com:8081/viewvc/branches/1.0.0.2/?root=hrpt-decoder

Warning, it is a VERY work in progress SW,
Patrik

Very nice work, Patrik. I tried to build it on Linux and it was very
easy via qtcreator.
I’m very excited about all this new HRPT stuff in GNU Radio. Looking
forward to try it as soon as I can get my hands on a suitable antenna
and down converter.

Alex

Hi Alexandru,

I uploaded a test HRPT file to
http://www.poes-weather.com/~patrik/1.7GHz/noaa18.dat 10 MB
and a LRIT
http://www.poes-weather.com/~patrik/1.7GHz/IMG_DK01IR1_199812240330_010.lrit
4.6 MB

Select in the open dialog Files of type: GOES LRIT/HRIT (*) to display
the
full-disk image.

Johnathan got loads of sample HRPT files

Thanks,
Patrik

----- Original Message -----
From: “Alexandru C.” [email protected]
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Cc: [email protected]; “Jerry” [email protected]
Sent: Wednesday, February 10, 2010 21:51
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] NOAA Decoder work in progress

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