SatDump - A generic satellite data processing software.

Overview

SatDump

A generic satellite data processing software.
Thanks Mnux for the icon!

Still WIP

Usage

First of all, as with any program using volk, running volk_profile once is highly recommended for better performances.

SatDump comes in 2 variants, doing essentially the same thing :

  • A GUI version, meant to be user-friendly The UI
  • A CLI version for command-line / headless processing The CLI

Otherwise, here's roughly how SatDump works :

  • You record / get some data, often baseband from some supported satellite
  • You start SatDump (UI for an user interface), select the pipeline and input format & folder
  • You start processing, and SatDump will do everything required to get down to useful data

Supported baseband formats are :

  • i16 - Signed 16-bits integer
  • i8 - Signed 8-bits integer
  • f32 - Raw complex 32-bits float
  • w8 - 8-bits wav, for compatibility with files from SDR#, HDSDR and others
  • ZIQ - Signed 16 or 8-bits integer or 32-bit float (autodetected) compressed with zst (optional) Of course, selecting the wrong format will result in nothing, or very little working...

As for other formats often used throughought the program :

  • .soft : 8-bits soft demodulated symbols
  • .cadu : CCSDS (or similar) transport frames, deframed, derandomized and corrected
  • .frm : Other frame formats
  • .raw16 : NOAA HRPT Frame format, compatible with HRPT Reader

SatDump also support batch, or command-line processing with a common syntax : The UI version can also take the same commands to bypass the UI.

satdump pipeline input_format path/to/input/file.something products output_folder [-baseband_format...]

# Example for Falcon 9 data
satdump falcon9_tlm baseband falcon9-felix.wav products falcon9_data -samplerate 6000000 -baseband_format i16

# Example for MetOp AHRPT data
satdump metop_ahrpt baseband metopb.wav products metopb_ahrpt -samplerate 6000000 -baseband_format i16

Live processing is now supported (but WIP) on all platforms. You will have to enable it manually when building from source with -DBUILD_LIVE=ON.
Supported devices currently include :

  • HackRF Devices
  • Airspy One Devices (Mini, R2 with some temporary caveats)
  • RTL-SDR Devices
  • RTL-TCP
  • SpyServer
  • SDRPlay

Satdump Baseband Recorder

Satdump now also has baseband recorder built in. Ofcourse supports all SDRs listed above and can record in all supported baseband formats aswell as compressed ZIQ format.

  • ziq8 - ZST compressed 8-bits integer.
  • ziq16 - ZST compressed 16-bits integer.
  • ziq32 - ZST compressed 32-bits float.

This functionality is most helpful for high bandwidth or long duration recording aswell as recording to a slow storage device that otherwise would not manage to write so much raw baseband data. With a very simple FFT spectrum analyzer and waterfall it has very low requirements on CPU. Its meant mainly for high bandwidth (40MSPS and more) but ofcourse works no problem even on lowest samplerates.

CLI version of the recorder satdump_recorder needs a .json config file for SDR settings. Example SDR settings .json config.

{
    "sdr_type": "airspy",
    "sdr_settings": {
        "gain": "21",
        "bias": "0"
    }
}

Building / Installing

Windows

On Windows the recommend method of running SatDump is getting the latest pre-built release off the Release page, which includes everything you will need to run it.
Those builds are made with Visual Studio 2019 for x64, so the appropriate Visual C++ Runtime will be required. You can get it here.

From there, just run either satdump-ui.exe or satdump.exe (CLI) and everything will work.

If you really want to build it yourself on Windows, you will need some version of the MSVC compiler (with C++ 17), CMake and Git.
Some knowledge of using VCPKG and building with CMake is assumed.

As dependencies that are not included in VCPKG, you will need to build VOLK. Otherwise, you will also need libpng, libjpeg, libfftw3 and fmt for the core, and additionally glew and glfw3 for the UI version.

VCPK is expected to be in the root of SatDump's git directory in the build system.

git clone https://github.com/altillimity/satdump.git
cd satdump
git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/vcpkg.git
cd vcpkg
./bootstrap-vcpkg.bat
.\vcpkg.exe install libpng:x64-windows libjpeg-turbo:x64-windows fftw3:x64-windows glew:x64-windows glfw3:x64-windows # Gotta check those are correct... Should be
# At this point, I copied over the files from libraries compiled from source in vcpkg/installed/x64-windows
cd ..
mkdir build
cd build
cmake -G "Visual Studio 16 2019" -DBUILD_MSVC=ON -DCMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE=../vcpk/scripts/buildsystems/vcpkg.cmake .. # Or whatever version you wanna use
cmake --build . --config Release

Note : Mingw builds are NOT supported, VOLK will not work.

Linux (or MacOS)

On Linux (or MacOS), building from source is recommended and no build are currently provided. libcorrect is now included in SatDump, hence it is not required to build it from source anymore.

Here are some generic Debian build instructions.

# Linux: Install dependencies
sudo apt install git build-essential cmake g++ pkgconf libfftw3-dev libvolk2-dev libjpeg-dev libpng-dev # Core dependencies. If libvolk2-dev is not available, use libvolk1-dev
sudo apt install libnng-dev                                                                             # If this packages is not found, follow build instructions below for NNG
sudo apt install librtlsdr-dev libhackrf-dev libairspy-dev libairspyhf-dev                              # All libraries required for live processing (optional)
sudo apt install libglew-dev libglfw3-dev   # Only if you want to build the GUI Version (optional)
sudo apt install libzstd-dev                  # Only if you want to build with ZIQ Recording compression (optional)

# If libnng-dev is not available, you will have to build it from source
git clone https://github.com/nanomsg/nng.git
cd nng
mkdir build && cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=ON ..                             # MacOS
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=ON -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr .. # Linux
make -j4
sudo make install
cd ../..
rm -rf nng

# macOS: Install dependencies
brew install cmake volk jpeg libpng glew glfw nng pkg-config

# macOS ONLY: build and install libfftw3
# if you install fftw via brew, cmake won't be able to find it
wget http://www.fftw.org/fftw-3.3.9.tar.gz
tar xf fftw-3.3.9.tar.gz
rm fftw-3.3.9.tar.gz
cd fftw-3.3.9
mkdir build && cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DBUILD_TESTS=false -DENABLE_FLOAT=true ..
make
sudo make install
cd ../..
rm -rf fftw-3.3.9

# Finally, SatDump
git clone https://github.com/altillimity/satdump.git
cd satdump
mkdir build && cd build
# If you want to build Live-processing (required for the ingestor), add -DBUILD_LIVE=ON to the command
# If you do not want to build the GUI Version, add -DNO_GUI=ON to the command
# If you want to disable some SDRs, you can add -DENABLE_SDR_AIRSPY=OFF or similar
# If you want to build with ZIQ compression, you can add -DBUILD_ZIQ=1
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ..                             # MacOS
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr .. # Linux
make -j4
ln -s ../pipelines . # Symlink pipelines so it can run
ln -s ../resources . # Symlink pipelines so it can run
ln -s ../Ro* . # Symlink fonts for the GUI version so it can run

# Run (if you want!)
./satdump-ui

Android (Very, very WIP)

SatDump can now be used on Android devices as a simple APK, which will be built alongside normal releases.
Keep in mind this port is very much a work-in-progress, and most things have not been tested or may not perform as expected yet. Though, any input is welcome!

If you wish to build it for yourself, make sure to have the Android SDK and NDK installed, then just :

git clone https://github.com/altillimity/satdump.git --recursive # For SDL2

cd satdump/android

./gradlew assembleDebug # Your .apk will be in android/SatDump/build/outputs/apk/debug/SatDump-debug.apk

Credits for the ImGui port over to Android / SDL2 to https://github.com/sfalexrog/Imgui_Android.

Issues
  • QPSK demodulator not detecting signal

    QPSK demodulator not detecting signal

    Hi Aang I am trying to use Live Decoding on Satdump for Meteor-M2 however I am unable to get good signal for the demodulator to start working. If I use SDR++ Meteor demodulator on the same machine it works just fine. In satdump, the demoduator only gets weak signal when satellite overhead.

    Setup: Airspy mini QFH Jetson Nano with Ubuntu 18.04

    I try adjusting gain, enabling or disabling DC Lock, Adjusting the scale sliders, etc but I am unable to find success.

    Best wishes

    bug 
    opened by benb0jangles 26
  • LRPT Locking issues (RS, Demod?) (M2 LRPT)

    LRPT Locking issues (RS, Demod?) (M2 LRPT)

    This is very repeatable and I have not been able to find a cause.

    System is Ubuntu 18.04, SatDump v0.0.37, "Live processing" option for Meteor-M2 137 MHz LRPT, Airspy-R2 @ 2.5M Samplerate

    When satdump-ui GUI interface is launched, all appears well. At AOS, the signal on the FFT grows & grows as elevation increases. Viterbi turns green & the 4-dot constellations look normal. However, no matter how strong the signal or how long you wait, Reed-Solomon will stay red & there is no decode.

    rs-red

    However, if you un-check "Finish processing" and click "Stop", the click "Start" to restart the live capture, Reed-Solomon immediately turns green & images decode & are processed normally.

    rs-green

    Any suggestions on how I might be able to stop using this work-around much appreciated!

    bug 
    opened by K4KDR 20
  • 'Live Processing' output?

    'Live Processing' output?

    Just installed ver. 0.0.28 and tried the 'Live Processing' option for the first time. AMAZING work! Thanks so much the the fun platform to decode weather sats.

    I'm not sure that I am handling one aspect correctly. The output of the 'Live Processing' session is a .CADU file.

    That's great - I was able to run satdump-ui again and produce the Meteor-M2 images from the .CADU file.

    But, is there a way to generate the end-result images in a single session? Or, just as when using a .RAW recording from GQRX, is this still a 2-step process? Thanks!!

    satdump-live

    enhancement question 
    opened by K4KDR 15
  • v0.0.38 no values for 'SNR' or 'Peak SNR' displayed

    v0.0.38 no values for 'SNR' or 'Peak SNR' displayed

    Since the upgrade to v0.0.38, there are no values for 'SNR' or 'Peak SNR' in the 'Signal' box (QPSK Demodulator window)

    [System: Ubuntu 18.04, Satdump build master / g463f45f]

    satdump-no-snr-display

    Thanks! -Scott, K4KDR

    opened by K4KDR 14
  • bug: gvar_extended text missing from preview.png

    bug: gvar_extended text missing from preview.png

    It looks like, after the move to the new image lib, the text went missing from the preview.png image. Looking at the code, the text is drawn on uninitialized image objects. I don't know if the old image lib automatically expanded the image, but the new image lib checks that the pixels are within image bounds, and exists if not.

    Images for text overlay created here: https://github.com/altillimity/SatDump/blob/093bba360ceb3b6de65062f87ce6a7993929c872/plugins/gvar_extended/main.cpp#L122

    Text written to overlay images here: https://github.com/altillimity/SatDump/blob/093bba360ceb3b6de65062f87ce6a7993929c872/plugins/gvar_extended/main.cpp#L136-L138

    draw_text uses draw_pixel which does bounds checking here: https://github.com/altillimity/SatDump/blob/093bba360ceb3b6de65062f87ce6a7993929c872/src-core/common/image/image_drawing.cpp#L14-L15

    The result is images that are still empty, even after the text was "drawn".

    Either the draw_text function should expand the image, or the images must be created large enough to fix the text.

    bug 
    opened by errolt 13
  • v0.0.34 make error

    v0.0.34 make error

    Usually I can Google for fixes when there is an error building someone's app, but I'm not seeing anything that I (non-programmer) can understand.

    At the "make" step, at the 92% point I get

    [ 92%] Linking CXX shared library ../libsatdump_core.so
    /usr/bin/ld: /usr/local/lib/libnng.a(posix_debug.c.o): relocation R_X86_64_PC32 against symbol `[email protected]@GLIBC_2.2.5' can not be used when making a shared object; recompile with -fPIC
    /usr/bin/ld: final link failed: Bad value
    collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
    src-core/CMakeFiles/satdump_core.dir/build.make:5109: recipe for target 'libsatdump_core.so' failed
    make[2]: *** [libsatdump_core.so] Error 1
    CMakeFiles/Makefile2:214: recipe for target 'src-core/CMakeFiles/satdump_core.dir/all' failed
    make[1]: *** [src-core/CMakeFiles/satdump_core.dir/all] Error 2
    Makefile:135: recipe for target 'all' failed
    make: *** [all] Error 2
    

    Many thanks in advance for help on how to correct that!

    question 
    opened by K4KDR 13
  • AirSpy-R2 10M ok, 2.5M error

    AirSpy-R2 10M ok, 2.5M error

    After downloading the updated v0.0.38 code, I can now run 'Live Processing' with my Airspy-R2 at the 10M sample rate setting, but if I enter 2.5M, I get the following:


    [10/30/21 - 00:06:23] (E) No settings file found! Using defaults.
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:40] (D) Starting livedemod...
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:42] (D) Opening file dialog
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:50] (D) Dir /home/k4kdr/SatDump-0.0.38/OUTPUT
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D) Starting livedemod...
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (I) meteor_m2_lrpt
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (I) Starting live pipeline METEOR M2 LRPT
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (I) Module qpsk_demod
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D) Parameters :
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - agc_rate : 0.1
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - baseband_format : f32
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - buffer_size : 8192
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - costas_bw : 0.004
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - dc_block : 0
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - rrc_alpha : 0.6
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - rrc_taps : 361
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - samplerate : 2500000
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - symbolrate : 72000
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (I) Module meteor_lrpt_decoder
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D) Parameters :
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - baseband_format : f32
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - dc_block : 0
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - diff_decode : 0
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D)    - samplerate : 2500000
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (T) Volk has the spiral kernel, using it!
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D) Starting SDR...
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D) Device parameters airspy:
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (I) Opened Airspy device!
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (I) Samplerate 2500000.000000
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (I) Frequency 137100000.000000
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D) Input SPS : 34.722221
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D) Resample : 1
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D) Samplerate : 210000.000000
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D) Dec factor : 11.904762
    [10/30/21 - 00:06:51] (D) Final SPS : 2.916667
    corrupted size vs. prev_size
    Aborted (core dumped)
    

    ... as you can see at the top of that dump, I deleted my settings.json file to make sure that nothing saved in there was causing this issue.

    FYI, the image files that resulted from the 'Live' 10M capture appeared normal, but it would be great to be able to run with the 2.5M sample rate to have a more useful FFT display and to reduce the system load on the computer.

    Many thanks! -Scott, K4KDR

    opened by K4KDR 11
  • v0.0.38 Sample Rate ?

    v0.0.38 Sample Rate ?

    Thank you SO much for the continued work on this seriously fun app!

    My first attempt to run 'Live Processing' with my usual Airspy-R2 at the 2.5M sample rate setting (that I always use) resulted in a "Segmentation fault (core dumped)" error.

    I tried the default in 'satdump-ui' and the app ran fine. Taking a closer look, I noticed that the default was one numeral short... where you would expect '10000000' (for the 10M sample rate option), there were only 6 zeros. So, I tried to run my usual 2.5M sample rate setting by typing in '250000' and that also ran fine.

    Am I misunderstanding the correct setting, or are we one digit short in that field? Here is a config that works CORRECTLY:

    satdump-038-airspy

    Thanks again!

    -Scott, K4KDR

    bug 
    opened by K4KDR 9
  • projection wrong on S-N pass

    projection wrong on S-N pass

    projected images from polar satelite are wrong during northward pass (nightly). This is from Meteor M2 LRPT, daytime is ok, nighttime has wrong position and shape. m1 m2 m3 m4 m5 m6 m7 .

    opened by marianzb 7
  • Compile error with ENABLE_DECOMPRESSION

    Compile error with ENABLE_DECOMPRESSION

    Having a -DENABLE_DECOMPRESSION causes this error while compiling libsdr/sdr/sdr.cpp:

    In file included from libsdr/sdr/sdr.cpp:63:
    In file included from libsdr/sdr/file.h:6:
    In file included from ./src-core\common/dsp/file_source.h:8:
    f:/gv/dx-radio/gnuradio/gv-build/include\volk/volk_alloc.hh(54,55): error: too few arguments provided to function-like
          macro invocation
            if (n > std::numeric_limits<std::size_t>::max() / sizeof(T))
                                                          ^
    f:\ProgramFiler-x86\WindowsKits\Include\10.0.19041.0\shared\minwindef.h(193,9): note: macro 'max' defined here
    #define max(a,b)            (((a) > (b)) ? (a) : (b))
            ^
    1 error generated.
    

    (from a clang-cl build).

    I'm not sure where/how <windows.h> gets included, but the fix for me was to add a -DNOMINMAX manually. Not sure if the top-level CMakeLists.txt should add this is not.

    bug 
    opened by gvanem 7
  • MacOS build error

    MacOS build error

    I'm getting this error during build:

    Command: make -j4

    Error:

    [ 34%] Building CXX object src-core/CMakeFiles/satdump_core.dir/init.cpp.o
    /Users/benji/satdump/src-core/init.cpp:5:10: fatal error: 'filesystem' file not
          found
    #include <filesystem>
             ^~~~~~~~~~~~
    1 error generated.
    make[2]: *** [src-core/CMakeFiles/satdump_core.dir/init.cpp.o] Error 1
    make[2]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
    make[1]: *** [src-core/CMakeFiles/satdump_core.dir/all] Error 2
    make: *** [all] Error 2
    

    Please help?

    Using: MacOS 10.12.6 Sierra

    Clang --version: Apple LLVM version 9.0.0 (clang-900.0.39.2) Target: x86_64-apple-darwin16.7.0

    g++ --version: Configured with: --prefix=/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr --with-gxx-include-dir=/usr/include/c++/4.2.1 Apple LLVM version 9.0.0 (clang-900.0.39.2) Target: x86_64-apple-darwin16.7.0

    Xcode version: /usr/bin/xcodebuild -version Xcode 9.2

    question 
    opened by benb0jangles 7
  • Windows builds

    Windows builds

    Would it be possible to make the windows builds work again? The older ones are expired, and the release is old. It is now impossible to download the new version because for some reason it can't download SDRPlay.zip. However, the android builds work well.

    Run Invoke-WebRequest -Uri "https://files.altillimity.com/SDRPlay.zip" -OutFile D:\a\SatDump/sdrplay.zip Invoke-WebRequest : Unable to connect to the remote server

    Invoke-WebRequest -Uri "https://files.altillimity.com/SDRPlay.zip" -O

    CategoryInfo : InvalidOperation: (System.Net.HttpWebRequest:HttpWebRequest) [Invoke-WebRequest], WebException FullyQualifiedErrorId : WebCmdletWebResponseException,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.InvokeWebRequestCommand

    opened by zeke800 1
  • PlutoSDR support on Windows and Linux

    PlutoSDR support on Windows and Linux

    Tested it a lot on windows and Linux, seems to get the job done. Most stuff well lets say heavily inspired from the SDRPlusPlus Pluto source. For the build on windows maybe in the future not install PothosSDR entirely but just have a little zip file with the required DLL's similar to how the DLL's for SDRPlay are handled.

    opened by theverygaming 0
  • Meteor MN2 channels align

    Meteor MN2 channels align

    Sometimes, quite often, there is problem with composing color picture from decoded channels. Original channels are decoded correcly, but 125 or 123 composite is wrong MSU-MR-1 MSU-MR-2 MSU-MR-3 MSU-MR-RGB-321

    here is attached also signal source, thanks cadu_source.zip .

    opened by marianzb 2
  • error : Could not set SDR frequency

    error : Could not set SDR frequency

    Can someone tell me how to resolve the error. Im using Satdump v0.0.38 for Windows, When try to START Live processing for pipeline : GK-2A LRIT, i get error " (E) Could not set SDR frequency " and the apps is stuck. Thank you, image

    opened by YD9CKH 3
  • A couple issues with SatDump v0.39 and a Wiki typo

    A couple issues with SatDump v0.39 and a Wiki typo

    Hi Alan,

    Just wanted to let you know I've encountered a couple issues with Satdump v0.39. I'm running it on Debian 10. Both of the issues relate to GEO "Live processing" pipelines. Specifically:

    GK-2A LRIT to xrit-rx Pipeline doesn't connect successfully to xrit-rx. SatDump v0.38 does work though. I've removed and reinstalled xrit-rx to see if an update over there would fix it, but the issue persists.

    The Elektro-L LRIT Pipeline live image decoding doesn't work on my machine. Once live processing is complete (from an Elektro-L transmission perspective) and live processing is stopped, the recorded cadu can then be processed successfully by the "Offline processing" plugin.

    And finally, on the Ingestor Wiki page the RTL-SDR template is missing double quotes around the AGC value, which causes the ingestor to crash. The line should read "agc": "0"

    bug 
    opened by pluggerlockett 1
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