MacDoppler will provide any level of station automation you need from assisted Doppler Tuning and Antenna Pointing right on up to fully automated Satellite Gateway operation.
MacDoppler carries on the rich tradition pioneered by MacDopplerPRO in 1999 which is in use around the world by Amateur Radio operators, satellite spotters, educators and commercial customers from CBS News to the International Space Station Amateur Radio Hardware Management program, Delta Telemetry Tracking and Control at Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, Florida State University, and the CalPoly CubeSat Project.
Satellite Radios Supported…
YAESU FT-736R, FT-847
ICOM IC-970, IC-820, IC-821H, IC-910, IC-9100
Kenwood TS-790A, TS-2000
Non-Satellite Radios (limited support)
YAESU FT-817, FT-857, FT-897 (supported by FT-817 Driver)
ICOM IC-R8500, and IC-PCR1000 Receivers
AOR AR-3000A Receiver
Note: A full duplex satellite radio like the TS-2000, FT-847, IC-910 or IC-9100 is recommended to take full advantage of MacDoppler’s capabilities. While a full duplex radio is required to hear your own downlink, a non-satellite radio can be used to monitor the satellite.
Intel Only, OS X 10.9+
OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) compatible.
Rotor tracking while track list off fixed.
Don’t interrupt radio or rotor when USB port is added.
Added UDP Broadcast Rotor Driver.
Added UDP Broadcast Radio Driver.
Added AO-85 (Fox 1A) to the default Modes.dat file.
Price: $98.00 USD