SATNOGS Satellite Database Open for Contributions

The SatNOGS project aims to provide low cost satellite ground stations (where one critical component is currently an RTL-SDR dongle) along with free networking software in order to create a crowd sourced satellite coverage network. The SatNOGS project was also the grand prize winner of the 2014 Hackaday prize which saw them take away almost $200k US dollars of prize money.

Recently the SatNOGS team announced the release of their new satellite database which can be used to look up satellite transmitter information such as downlink frequencies. It is described as “an effort to create an hollistic, unified, global transmitter database for all satellite transmitters”. The database is open to everyone and requires contributions in order to grow.

The database can be found at

The SatNOGS Database
The SatNOGS Database

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