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Re: Bas & HVS-1 receptions

Philip Robinson
 

Hi
just to add i used a splitter and one cable to the TBS6903 and the other to the SR1
regards
Philip

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Sent: 26/01/2021 20:14:10
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] Bas & HVS-1 receptions

Hi
My SR1 receives BAS and HVS-1 and my TBS6903 receives HVS-2 and works
perfectly.. all from one line in from dish.
regards
Philip

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Subject: Re: [MSG-1] Bas & HVS-1 receptions

On 26/01/2021 19:40, Vincenzo Mone wrote:
David,
I RTFM at the section you said: 4.5.2 but I could not find the answer to my questions.
What I want to know it is possible receive both BAS and HVS-1 or HVS-2 or TER-1in the same time and on the
Same Dish. If not wrong I need a dual output LN. One output to RF1 and the other to RF2.
Is it correct?

I have tried to swap the actual cable, that I use on RF1 for Bas Services on RF2 but the LED does
Not switch to green. Maybe I need to set the RF2 port.
Is it correct?

Please can you confirm my questions to clear my mind?
Thanks
Yes, one dish handles both BAS, HVS-1 and HVS-2.

Either: dual output and two receivers

Or: single output and a dual receiver such as the TBS6903.

Ayecka SR1 receivers only take either BAS/HVS-1 or HVS-2. I've not used an SR1 for both BAS and HVS-1 so that information needs to be checked. Only RF1 is activated for EUMETCast.

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Re: Bas & HVS-1 receptions

Philip Robinson
 

Hi
My SR1 receives BAS and HVS-1 and my TBS6903 receives HVS-2 and works
perfectly.. all from one line in from dish.
regards
Philip

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Subject: Re: [MSG-1] Bas & HVS-1 receptions

On 26/01/2021 19:40, Vincenzo Mone wrote:
David,
I RTFM at the section you said: 4.5.2 but I could not find the answer to my questions.
What I want to know it is possible receive both BAS and HVS-1 or HVS-2 or TER-1in the same time and on the
Same Dish. If not wrong I need a dual output LN. One output to RF1 and the other to RF2.
Is it correct?

I have tried to swap the actual cable, that I use on RF1 for Bas Services on RF2 but the LED does
Not switch to green. Maybe I need to set the RF2 port.
Is it correct?

Please can you confirm my questions to clear my mind?
Thanks
Yes, one dish handles both BAS, HVS-1 and HVS-2.

Either: dual output and two receivers

Or: single output and a dual receiver such as the TBS6903.

Ayecka SR1 receivers only take either BAS/HVS-1 or HVS-2. I've not used an SR1 for both BAS and HVS-1 so that information needs to be checked. Only RF1 is activated for EUMETCast.

Ciao,
David
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Re: Bas & HVS-1 receptions

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

On 26/01/2021 19:40, Vincenzo Mone wrote:
David,
I RTFM at the section you said: 4.5.2 but I could not find the answer to my questions.
What I want to know it is possible receive both BAS and HVS-1 or HVS-2 or TER-1in the same time and on the
Same Dish. If not wrong I need a dual output LN. One output to RF1 and the other to RF2.
Is it correct?
I have tried to swap the actual cable, that I use on RF1 for Bas Services on RF2 but the LED does
Not switch to green. Maybe I need to set the RF2 port.
Is it correct?
Please can you confirm my questions to clear my mind?
Thanks
Yes, one dish handles both BAS, HVS-1 and HVS-2.

Either: dual output and two receivers

Or: single output and a dual receiver such as the TBS6903.

Ayecka SR1 receivers only take either BAS/HVS-1 or HVS-2. I've not used an SR1 for both BAS and HVS-1 so that information needs to be checked. Only RF1 is activated for EUMETCast.

Ciao,
David
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Re: Bas & HVS-1 receptions

Vincenzo Mone
 

David,
I RTFM at the section you said: 4.5.2 but I could not find the answer to my questions.
What I want to know it is possible receive both BAS and HVS-1 or HVS-2 or TER-1in the same time and on the
Same Dish. If not wrong I need a dual output LN. One output to RF1 and the other to RF2.
Is it correct?

I have tried to swap the actual cable, that I use on RF1 for Bas Services on RF2 but the LED does
Not switch to green. Maybe I need to set the RF2 port.
Is it correct?

Please can you confirm my questions to clear my mind?
Thanks




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-----Messaggio originale-----
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GM8ARV ?????????????? ???? via groups.io
Inviato: giovedì 31 dicembre 2020 18:07
A: MSG-1@groups.io
Oggetto: Re: [MSG-1] Bas & HVS-1 receptions

On 31/12/2020 16:06, Vincenzo Mone wrote:
Hello All,
Please I would like to know if it is possible to receive both BAS and
HVS-1 at the same time using only one SR.
I am currently only getting the BAS. Please if it is possible what I
need to receive also the HVS-1????
Any help will be really appreciated


73’s de Enzo IK8OZV
Enzo - RTFM!

See:


ftp://ftp.eumetsat.int/pub/OPS/out/user/EUMETCast_Support/EUMETCast
_Licence_cd/Windows/DVB_devices/Ayecka_SR1_DVB_Receiver_EUMETCa
st_Setup_Guide_v4A.pdf

Section: 4.5.2

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Re: PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 for GNU/Linux

Roberto.inghilesi@...
 

Thank you Ernst, with a little effort it works smoothly on an apple iMac Pro.


Re: Help Please

Vincenzo Mone
 

I have the signal locked.

It is not a dish problem

Thanks

 

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Inviato: domenica 24 gennaio 2021 17:49
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Oggetto: Re: [MSG-1] Help Please

 

Vincenzo  

did you point the antenna well?
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Il domenica, gennaio 24, 2021, 16:33, Vincenzo Mone <vimone@...> ha scritto:

Hi Folks,

I am still struggling to get all running properly without success.

Please I do not know if I am making the connections to the right way.

I have connected the SR1 to the Dish but I cannot remember if I also need the Network connection.

Unfortunately I do not have the possibility to connect the SR1 to the Router as it is in  another

room. I have also an USB LAN adapter that I do not know if I can use it. I Have tried to connect it through an USB port and the SR1 but I do not understand how to  set it properly.

Actually I have installed on the PC the EKU and tellicast softwares but when I run the BAS service I get the icon on the tray fixed to yellow an d it would not turn white.

Please any advices???

Thanks

 

 

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Re: Help Please

iw3ele
 

Vincenzo  

did you point the antenna well?
Inviato da Yahoo Mail per iPhone

Il domenica, gennaio 24, 2021, 16:33, Vincenzo Mone <vimone@...> ha scritto:

Hi Folks,

I am still struggling to get all running properly without success.

Please I do not know if I am making the connections to the right way.

I have connected the SR1 to the Dish but I cannot remember if I also need the Network connection.

Unfortunately I do not have the possibility to connect the SR1 to the Router as it is in  another

room. I have also an USB LAN adapter that I do not know if I can use it. I Have tried to connect it through an USB port and the SR1 but I do not understand how to  set it properly.

Actually I have installed on the PC the EKU and tellicast softwares but when I run the BAS service I get the icon on the tray fixed to yellow an d it would not turn white.

Please any advices???

Thanks

 

 

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Help Please

Vincenzo Mone
 

Hi Folks,

I am still struggling to get all running properly without success.

Please I do not know if I am making the connections to the right way.

I have connected the SR1 to the Dish but I cannot remember if I also need the Network connection.

Unfortunately I do not have the possibility to connect the SR1 to the Router as it is in  another

room. I have also an USB LAN adapter that I do not know if I can use it. I Have tried to connect it through an USB port and the SR1 but I do not understand how to  set it properly.

Actually I have installed on the PC the EKU and tellicast softwares but when I run the BAS service I get the icon on the tray fixed to yellow an d it would not turn white.

Please any advices???

Thanks

 

 

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Re: Configuration of the receiver

Youssef Bennouna
 

Thank you very much.

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Objet : Re: [MSG-1] Configuration of the receiver

On 22/01/2021 18:40, Youssef Bennouna wrote:
Hi Ernst,

Thank you very much for your answer, I wasted 99$ !!!

Could you please recommend another model ?

Youssef Bennouna
The official EUMETSAT list is here:


https://eumetsatspace.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DSEC/pages/742260752/Devices

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Re: TP 1 SNR - 'level.'

geojohnt@...
 

David and Douglas,

I animate MSG-4 IR Europe sector 24/7 and there was indeed a lot of bad weather in Europe but the worst (purple) was east of eastern Austria.
Around the two uplink stations at that time is was fairly 'clear' compared to the east.

But something certainly whacked the signal.

Regards,
John..




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Sent: Sat, 23 Jan 2021 16:07
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] TP 1 SNR - 'level.'

On 23/01/2021 12:11, Douglas Deans via groups.io wrote:
> Weather in Europe is awful. I suspect that is the issue.
>
> Regards,
> Douglas.

Yes, Europe-wide, both transponders.


https://www.satsignal.eu/mrtg/performance_eumetcast-europe_link_margin.php

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Re: PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0

Ernst Lobsiger
 

On Sat, Jan 23, 2021 at 08:43 AM, Markus Kempf wrote:
years ago, I asked Eumetsat for an ARM version of the Tellicast software and got a negative reply, but they said they would consider it.
Markus,

as you know, there is no free lunch. And especially Open Source software doesn't work by just "asking" for something.
I have already fixed a couple of things in drivers for Linux and Christian has also tested the RASPI with a TBS-5925 as
router. Unfortunately he always had too much lost packets and we found no cure. TelliCast is COTS software of Newtec
and EUMETSAT has little influence whether or not Newtec makes an ARM version available. And as you remember
EUMETSAT already struggles to have a working set of GNU/Linux scripts available. So you might have to dream on.
BTW and IIRC you wanted to make a systemd ready set of TelliCast scripts. Did I miss the publication of those ;-) ?

Regards,
Ernst


Re: PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0

R. Alblas
 

The reason for me using the native format is that I have now  2 home's, I am mostly in my home without receiver.
To get it from satelliet is maybe more 'sportive', yes, but even more sportive if you receive it from the actual weather satellites... ;-)
Nice thing of a RPI is that it is very low power (max. 15W, mostly much lower, waiting for new data). So it would be nice if Tellicast also works on RPI; the receiver PC is the one running constantly, processing maybe now and then.
With the native format from internet I can just let my RP run full time, and can show results on the same RPI or another PC (full data processing done on RPI).
Indeed best is to buy the RPI with biggest amount of memory, i.e. 8 GB, it's just 20 euro's more than 4 GB.

And nice thing of the native format is that you can get old data just as easy. That way I was able to create the 3 (now nearly 4)-month A-68A movie.

Rob.

On 23-01-2021 17:44, Markus Kempf wrote:

years ago, I asked Eumetsat for an ARM version of the Tellicast software and got a negative reply, but they said they would consider it. Now ARM is absolutely mainstream, with Apple adopting the architecture for their machines, so there is some hope. A RPI4 has more cpu power than Ernst's oldtimer PCs and if somebody would make use of the GPU for some processing it could really shine. IO is the weak point, but an external 1TB USB3 SSD (80€) will be good enough for most purposes.

Markus

Am 23.01.2021 um 17:22 schrieb Christian Peters via groups.io:
@Ferdinand Yes, all done on the RPI 4. It’s amazing. And we should take in mind that the Pytroll/Satpy package is made for scientific computing and not optimized for low power machines like a Raspberry Pi 4.  

@Rob Yes, Tellicast doesn’t provide an ARM client. 
Interesting to get the data via internet. Btu O think get it vi satellite is more sportive.
I run two Linux receivers and did a quick connect of the Pi to one of the receivers via cifs (samba). Works nice. Files are read direct from the receiver disk. I compiled the Wavelet decompression software on the ARM, runs flawless - the scripts from Ernst use this compiled version. 
You could speed up the processing if you do the Wavelet decompression on the receiver, even uncompressing the .bz2?!

I would choose the 8GB version if some think about buying a new PI4 … or search for a 64bit secondhand computer to dive into Pytroll.

Regards,

Christian 


Am 23.01.2021 um 16:12 schrieb R. Alblas <sat@...>:

I have currently a PI4 8M in use constantly getting native data from Eumetsat internet (Python script), and creating/updating a multi-channel composite movie (using xrit2pic in commandline). Works very fine. I'll try satpy too.
Christian, how do you get the data? Tellicast doesn't work on ARM processors,as far as I know, so you need to use a "normal" PC for receiving, I assume? And you need ARM compiled Wavelet decompression software too, for MSG.

For Python scripts (based on Eumetsat examples) see:

http://www.alblas.demon.nl/wsat/software/eci.html

Rob.

On 23-01-2021 15:56, Ferdinand Valk wrote:
And all on a Raspberry Pi? Absolutely brilliant Christian. Thanks for sharing.
 
Ferdinand
 
From: MSG-1@groups.io On Behalf Of Christian Peters via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, 23 January, 2021 13:57
To: MSG-1@groups.io
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0
 
Hi PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit users,
 
just for info: I installed the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 today successfully on a Raspberry Pi 4, 4GB RAM on MicroSD card. 
I had to solve some minor problems, but I’m amazed what is possible, even with the 4GB version. MSG4, Him8 and GOES16 full disk works, even MSG4 eurol area. I even could do a stacked NOAA-20 picture, all in around 3-5min per image.
S3A/B is not possible at the moment with 4GB ram. Maybe you have to install the system on an USB HD and activate swap to solve this issue or you switch to the 8GB RAM version. 


You really get a tiny little satellite image processor in combination with the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0. 


I hope some native English speaker give the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 a try and we maybe will read something in next GEO Quaterly…? 
 
Regards,
 
Christian
 
See attached pics://snip




Re: PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0

Markus Kempf
 

years ago, I asked Eumetsat for an ARM version of the Tellicast software and got a negative reply, but they said they would consider it. Now ARM is absolutely mainstream, with Apple adopting the architecture for their machines, so there is some hope. A RPI4 has more cpu power than Ernst's oldtimer PCs and if somebody would make use of the GPU for some processing it could really shine. IO is the weak point, but an external 1TB USB3 SSD (80€) will be good enough for most purposes.

Markus

Am 23.01.2021 um 17:22 schrieb Christian Peters via groups.io:

@Ferdinand Yes, all done on the RPI 4. It’s amazing. And we should take in mind that the Pytroll/Satpy package is made for scientific computing and not optimized for low power machines like a Raspberry Pi 4.  

@Rob Yes, Tellicast doesn’t provide an ARM client. 
Interesting to get the data via internet. Btu O think get it vi satellite is more sportive.
I run two Linux receivers and did a quick connect of the Pi to one of the receivers via cifs (samba). Works nice. Files are read direct from the receiver disk. I compiled the Wavelet decompression software on the ARM, runs flawless - the scripts from Ernst use this compiled version. 
You could speed up the processing if you do the Wavelet decompression on the receiver, even uncompressing the .bz2?!

I would choose the 8GB version if some think about buying a new PI4 … or search for a 64bit secondhand computer to dive into Pytroll.

Regards,

Christian 


Am 23.01.2021 um 16:12 schrieb R. Alblas <sat@...>:

I have currently a PI4 8M in use constantly getting native data from Eumetsat internet (Python script), and creating/updating a multi-channel composite movie (using xrit2pic in commandline). Works very fine. I'll try satpy too.
Christian, how do you get the data? Tellicast doesn't work on ARM processors,as far as I know, so you need to use a "normal" PC for receiving, I assume? And you need ARM compiled Wavelet decompression software too, for MSG.

For Python scripts (based on Eumetsat examples) see:

http://www.alblas.demon.nl/wsat/software/eci.html

Rob.

On 23-01-2021 15:56, Ferdinand Valk wrote:
And all on a Raspberry Pi? Absolutely brilliant Christian. Thanks for sharing.
 
Ferdinand
 
From: MSG-1@groups.io On Behalf Of Christian Peters via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, 23 January, 2021 13:57
To: MSG-1@groups.io
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0
 
Hi PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit users,
 
just for info: I installed the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 today successfully on a Raspberry Pi 4, 4GB RAM on MicroSD card. 
I had to solve some minor problems, but I’m amazed what is possible, even with the 4GB version. MSG4, Him8 and GOES16 full disk works, even MSG4 eurol area. I even could do a stacked NOAA-20 picture, all in around 3-5min per image.
S3A/B is not possible at the moment with 4GB ram. Maybe you have to install the system on an USB HD and activate swap to solve this issue or you switch to the 8GB RAM version. 


You really get a tiny little satellite image processor in combination with the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0. 


I hope some native English speaker give the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 a try and we maybe will read something in next GEO Quaterly…? 
 
Regards,
 
Christian
 
See attached pics://snip



Re: PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0

Christian Peters
 

@Ferdinand Yes, all done on the RPI 4. It’s amazing. And we should take in mind that the Pytroll/Satpy package is made for scientific computing and not optimized for low power machines like a Raspberry Pi 4.  

@Rob Yes, Tellicast doesn’t provide an ARM client. 
Interesting to get the data via internet. Btu O think get it vi satellite is more sportive.
I run two Linux receivers and did a quick connect of the Pi to one of the receivers via cifs (samba). Works nice. Files are read direct from the receiver disk. I compiled the Wavelet decompression software on the ARM, runs flawless - the scripts from Ernst use this compiled version. 
You could speed up the processing if you do the Wavelet decompression on the receiver, even uncompressing the .bz2?!

I would choose the 8GB version if some think about buying a new PI4 … or search for a 64bit secondhand computer to dive into Pytroll.

Regards,

Christian 


Am 23.01.2021 um 16:12 schrieb R. Alblas <sat@...>:

I have currently a PI4 8M in use constantly getting native data from Eumetsat internet (Python script), and creating/updating a multi-channel composite movie (using xrit2pic in commandline). Works very fine. I'll try satpy too.
Christian, how do you get the data? Tellicast doesn't work on ARM processors,as far as I know, so you need to use a "normal" PC for receiving, I assume? And you need ARM compiled Wavelet decompression software too, for MSG.

For Python scripts (based on Eumetsat examples) see:

http://www.alblas.demon.nl/wsat/software/eci.html

Rob.

On 23-01-2021 15:56, Ferdinand Valk wrote:
And all on a Raspberry Pi? Absolutely brilliant Christian. Thanks for sharing.
 
Ferdinand
 
From: MSG-1@groups.io On Behalf Of Christian Peters via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, 23 January, 2021 13:57
To: MSG-1@groups.io
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0
 
Hi PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit users,
 
just for info: I installed the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 today successfully on a Raspberry Pi 4, 4GB RAM on MicroSD card. 
I had to solve some minor problems, but I’m amazed what is possible, even with the 4GB version. MSG4, Him8 and GOES16 full disk works, even MSG4 eurol area. I even could do a stacked NOAA-20 picture, all in around 3-5min per image.
S3A/B is not possible at the moment with 4GB ram. Maybe you have to install the system on an USB HD and activate swap to solve this issue or you switch to the 8GB RAM version. 


You really get a tiny little satellite image processor in combination with the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0. 


I hope some native English speaker give the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 a try and we maybe will read something in next GEO Quaterly…? 
 
Regards,
 
Christian
 
See attached pics://snip



Re: TP 1 SNR - 'level.'

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

On 23/01/2021 12:11, Douglas Deans via groups.io wrote:
Weather in Europe is awful. I suspect that is the issue.
Regards,
Douglas.
Yes, Europe-wide, both transponders.


https://www.satsignal.eu/mrtg/performance_eumetcast-europe_link_margin.php

Cheers,
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Re: PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0

R. Alblas
 

I have currently a PI4 8M in use constantly getting native data from Eumetsat internet (Python script), and creating/updating a multi-channel composite movie (using xrit2pic in commandline). Works very fine. I'll try satpy too.
Christian, how do you get the data? Tellicast doesn't work on ARM processors,as far as I know, so you need to use a "normal" PC for receiving, I assume? And you need ARM compiled Wavelet decompression software too, for MSG.

For Python scripts (based on Eumetsat examples) see:

http://www.alblas.demon.nl/wsat/software/eci.html

Rob.

On 23-01-2021 15:56, Ferdinand Valk wrote:

And all on a Raspberry Pi? Absolutely brilliant Christian. Thanks for sharing.

 

Ferdinand

 

From: MSG-1@groups.io On Behalf Of Christian Peters via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, 23 January, 2021 13:57
To: MSG-1@groups.io
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0

 

Hi PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit users,

 

just for info: I installed the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 today successfully on a Raspberry Pi 4, 4GB RAM on MicroSD card. 

I had to solve some minor problems, but I’m amazed what is possible, even with the 4GB version. MSG4, Him8 and GOES16 full disk works, even MSG4 eurol area. I even could do a stacked NOAA-20 picture, all in around 3-5min per image.

S3A/B is not possible at the moment with 4GB ram. Maybe you have to install the system on an USB HD and activate swap to solve this issue or you switch to the 8GB RAM version. 



You really get a tiny little satellite image processor in combination with the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0. 



I hope some native English speaker give the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 a try and we maybe will read something in next GEO Quaterly…? 

 

Regards,

 

Christian

 

See attached pics://snip



Re: PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0

Ferdinand Valk
 

And all on a Raspberry Pi? Absolutely brilliant Christian. Thanks for sharing.

 

Ferdinand

 

From: MSG-1@groups.io On Behalf Of Christian Peters via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, 23 January, 2021 13:57
To: MSG-1@groups.io
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0

 

Hi PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit users,

 

just for info: I installed the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 today successfully on a Raspberry Pi 4, 4GB RAM on MicroSD card. 

I had to solve some minor problems, but I’m amazed what is possible, even with the 4GB version. MSG4, Him8 and GOES16 full disk works, even MSG4 eurol area. I even could do a stacked NOAA-20 picture, all in around 3-5min per image.

S3A/B is not possible at the moment with 4GB ram. Maybe you have to install the system on an USB HD and activate swap to solve this issue or you switch to the 8GB RAM version. 



You really get a tiny little satellite image processor in combination with the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0. 



I hope some native English speaker give the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 a try and we maybe will read something in next GEO Quaterly…? 

 

Regards,

 

Christian

 

See attached pics://snip


Re: PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0

Christian Peters
 

Hi PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit users,

just for info: I installed the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 today successfully on a Raspberry Pi 4, 4GB RAM on MicroSD card. 
I had to solve some minor problems, but I’m amazed what is possible, even with the 4GB version. MSG4, Him8 and GOES16 full disk works, even MSG4 eurol area. I even could do a stacked NOAA-20 picture, all in around 3-5min per image.
S3A/B is not possible at the moment with 4GB ram. Maybe you have to install the system on an USB HD and activate swap to solve this issue or you switch to the 8GB RAM version. 

You really get a tiny little satellite image processor in combination with the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0. 

I hope some native English speaker give the PyTROLL/SatPy Starter Kit V3.0 a try and we maybe will read something in next GEO Quaterly…? 

Regards,

Christian

See attached pics:




Am 22.01.2021 um 22:45 schrieb Ernst Lobsiger via groups.io <ernst.lobsiger@...>:

Daniele,

what 'area' do you want to display?
Do you have the GOES16 files you are asking for?
Enable satpy debugging as described in the HOWTO!

Regards,
Ernst


Re: TP 1 SNR - 'level.'

Douglas Deans
 

On 23/01/2021 12:00, geojohnt via groups.io wrote:
Hello All,
Mmmm, something seems to be going on?
I noticed my clear sky SNR around 11:15 this morning had dropped from 13.2/3 dB to 12.00 dB.
And later went down to 11.8 dB.
It's now at 11:59 gone up to 12.3 dB.
Slowly rising back to normal, hopefully.
Regards,
John Tellick.
=========================================================================

Weather in Europe is awful. I suspect that is the issue.

Regards,
Douglas.


TP 1 SNR - 'level.'

geojohnt@...
 

Hello All,

Mmmm, something seems to be going on?

I noticed my clear sky SNR around 11:15 this morning had dropped from 13.2/3 dB to 12.00 dB.
And later went down to 11.8 dB.

It's now at 11:59 gone up to 12.3 dB.
Slowly rising back to normal, hopefully.

Regards,
John Tellick.



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