Mike Richards g4wnc gives a nice breakdown of the station he uses for decoding signal from NOAA-15 and NOAA-19 weather satellites (both Sun-synchronous satellites). The images are superb to say the least.
In my Radio User Decode column I’ve been describing a receiving station for the NOAA polar orbiting weather satellites and in this post I’m including a few examples so you can see the station’s capabilities. All the images are taken directly from WXtoImg with no other enhancements.
The station here comprises the following:
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