SuperSID receiver


Great! The experimental SuperSIDPi was connected to the SuperSID receiver yesterday morning and is now data logging real live data.
The data file is being saved to the pi and then once an hour sync’d to the file server.
It looks something like this:
#
# stations = NWC NPM NAA NLK NML
# frequencies = 19800 21400 24000 24800 25200
# transmitter lines consist of a name count of variables variable name/value pairs and then the line shape
# group = nwc 19500 20100 1
# transmitter = NWC 19800 2 f0 19800 sig 47 lambda f: np.exp(-((f – f0)/sig)**2/2)
# group = npm 21100 21700 2
# transmitter = NPM 21400 2 f0 21400 sig 47 lambda f: np.exp(-((f – f0)/sig)**2/2)
# group = naa 23600 24400 1
# transmitter = NAA 24000 2 f0 24000 sig 47 lambda f: np.exp(-((f – f0)/sig)**2/2)
# group = group2 24350 25800 2
# transmitter NLK 24800 2 f0 24805 sig 47 lambda f: np.exp(-((f – f0)/sig)**2/2)
# transmitter NML 25200 6 f0 25200 sig 49 f1 f0+3.8*sig f2 f0-4.0*sig sig2 0.38*sig g np.exp(-((f – f0)/sig)**2/2)
# transmitter = NML 25200 2 f0 25200 sig 72 lambda f: OrthPoly.silineshape((f – f0)/sig)**2
#

00:00.3 -7.3 2.762 1307.5 -1.338
00:05.8 -11.72 2.886 1269.8 6.3
00:11.3 -11.42 -18.14 1180.9 -3.74
00:16.8 -30.63 4.21 1211.6 9.27
00:22.3 -14.54 -4.95 1132.8 -6.41
00:27.8 -11.79 22.66 1131.9 6.18

Now we have to look at python code to generate graphs, annotate NOAA data and start uploading to the cloud database again.