MacDoppler
MacDoppler
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MacDoppler free download for Mac

MacDoppler2.35

11 June 2020

Satellite and station tracking.

Overview

MacDoppler will provide any level of station automation you need from assisted doppler tuning and antenna pointing right on up to fully automated satellite gateway operation.

MacDoppler carries on the rich tradition pioneered by MacDopplerPRO which is in use around the world from CBS News to the International Space Station Amateur Radio Hardware Management program, Delta Telemetry Tracking and Control at Integrated Defense Systems, Florida State University and the CalPoly CubeSat Project.

What's new in MacDoppler

Version 2.35:
  • Added rotator Read Back interval.
  • LoTW SAT_NAME for FS-3, TAURUS and ARISS.
  • TrackHours local time.
  • Predictions bug fixed.

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2 Reviews of MacDoppler

Aqtinc
13 May 2009
Version: 2.0.7

Most helpful

Simply said....two steps forward, one step back. There appears to be a shift in Celestrak reporting names/format, and while the 2.0.7 release should be compatible, they're not there yet. If you use this, use the AMSAT keps, but be prepared, AMSAT does not keep a list as comprehensive as CelesTrak, and it only updates once per week, which is not suitable for tracking the ISS. Also, apparently, they are now referring to the ISS as "ZARYA" instead of "ISS" or "ARISS". MacDoppler really needs to have an "Append" or "Add To" function for the satellite keps list. This business of just pulling the pre-packaged sets from CelesTrak is just not robust enough. Without such a function, it leaves the user having to manually pull all of your desired keps, assemble them into a text document, and then finally importing the complete list into MacDoppler. Partial lists cannot be used as it will delete any sats not in your upload list.
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Aqtinc
13 May 2009
Version: 2.0.7
Simply said....two steps forward, one step back. There appears to be a shift in Celestrak reporting names/format, and while the 2.0.7 release should be compatible, they're not there yet. If you use this, use the AMSAT keps, but be prepared, AMSAT does not keep a list as comprehensive as CelesTrak, and it only updates once per week, which is not suitable for tracking the ISS. Also, apparently, they are now referring to the ISS as "ZARYA" instead of "ISS" or "ARISS". MacDoppler really needs to have an "Append" or "Add To" function for the satellite keps list. This business of just pulling the pre-packaged sets from CelesTrak is just not robust enough. Without such a function, it leaves the user having to manually pull all of your desired keps, assemble them into a text document, and then finally importing the complete list into MacDoppler. Partial lists cannot be used as it will delete any sats not in your upload list.
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Aqtinc
12 December 2008
Version: 2.0.6b4
I just started using satellites in the past 2 weeks, and I'm dedicated to Mac. This package is an absolute must have if you're interested in this communications mode. I use it with an ICOM-910H, and after an initial doppler recalibration, it does all of the troublesome tuning and tracking automatically. It completely eliminates all of the hassles that have kept me from trying satellite modes all of these years.
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