A self contained antenna rotator and radio controller. Controls both Icom radios and Yaesu rotators.
Getting an antenna rotator to work with a computer can be an expensive and complicated task. After paying hundreds for a Yaesu rotator you then have to pay for an expensive computer interface! Next you have cables to hook up, and choosing and configuring satellite tracking software to work with that cable/rotator combination. It can get a bit crazy and it makes it difficult to get into satellite operations.
The S.A.T. does away with the confusion - Just attach it to a rotator and, optionally, a rig. All you need is a web browser to control it!
Start tracking by using the search field on the main page, choose from the Pass Predictions or view the entire list of satellites.
The main page gives you all the relevant information about the current pass - all in real time.
The Future Passes popup displays upcoming satellites and those that are already in the sky.
The tracker includes a configurable audible alarm to notify you when a satellite is about to reach AOS.
Or choose View All to see the complete list.
Simply click the sky view to choose from a few different real time views.
A traditional overhead compass style -
Or a more intuitive from-the-ground style
And of course a world map
Configure your tracker on the Settings Tab.
Set up your WiFi connection on the Network Tab. A network connection is required for TLE and firmware updates but the tracker does not need a network connection for normal operation.
The tracker can control Icom radios through the CI-V jack.
What if you already have your favorite satellite tracking software? When connected to WiFi the S.A.T. will appear on your network as a Hamlib server. Instead of using the built in tracking capabilities you can simply control it with the computer. So not only is it a self-contained tracker it also serves as a wireless computer interface! No more expensive cables!