and could be one radio wave capture-transmitter system ? and after generate the translation those...
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by lelex76 |
September 15, 2020 00:02 |
and could be one radio wave capture-transmitter system ? and after generate the translation those waves to internet?may be with GPS also?It is possible?
Hi @lelex76 , thanks for your question. Are you asking about whether it would be possible to link a radio ground station to the internet along with geolocation data? Something like this exists- it's called WebSDR and it is a site that allows anyone in the world to tune-in to different antennas and ground stations in real time.
However not all of the antennas on WebSDR are able to decode satellite signals. Many of them are HF (high frequency) antennas primed for ham radio reception. I think it would be really cool if Satellite Ground Stations could be accessed in a similar way on the internet. If anyone else on this forum knows if this is already happening, do flag!
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wuau it woulb be great
tile could a signal be generated that enters your site and you can make sound remixes there or am I a kind of antenna to which you access?
When I touch or knit something here?
The current web sdr receivers tune up to 30 mhz. The older receivers didn't work that way. They used a ham it up- up converter and fed the signal to an rtlsdr (or split the signal to multiple rtlsdrs). The standard rtlsd r really doesn't work to well below 24 mhz, regardless of what you hear. The ham it up steps the signal up to the 125 mh z region. They usually attached one rtlsd r ,as well, just to receive standard vhf/uhf signals. As you know, if no restriction is put on receive freq. , the rtlsd r will go up to about 1700 mh z ( give or take). It would be nice to get something like 136 mh z satellite weather signals. That's if there are no bandwidth issues.
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