I’ve been trying to get NOAA apt images but no such luck yet. This is the dome in question http: This is documented on the same page at: The developers are working with getting a Garmin dome working with openCPN but thats all i know at the moment. Ireland in thick fog last week and nearly hit a BIG ship that was less than m away in the gloom, basically bounced over its wake, never saw it. The technology is roaring along at such a pace that I am dreaming of putting together a pc chart plotter based system with AIS and Radar feeds
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Are their any books or websites on how best to do this? You can tune it to the AIS frequencies aismon decode the information.
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You want a DVB television dongle. I have hooked up a GPS Mouse and that is working fine. Someone has got a similar approach working under Suse Linux: I’m not an expert by any means but if you need to aismon anything specific, don’t hesitate. I think thats everything but its aismon very well explained on the three pages listed above, i suggest reading them thoroughly. Aidmon is the dome in question http: Works now, cheap and cheerful AIS here I come.
I too would like an upconvertor, would be great for weather fax alone.
Receiving, Decoding and Plotting AIS using a RTL-SDR
You will also find an audio sample on their downloads section which will allow you to test that your levels and bitrates are set correctly it aismon NOT work without this in my experience. What am i missing here?
Aismon a lot cheaper than a stand alone unit. The technology is roaring along at such a pace that I am dreaming of putting together a pc chart plotter based system with AIS and Radar feeds It only uses radio signals and has a range of around aizmon miles. aismon
Receiving, Decoding and Plotting AIS using a RTL-SDR Dongle |
Its very powerful for something that is free. I think you have to be somewhat of a tinkerer to make it work, so there is that to think about. Fair cop though, I’ll try an upgrade of the software. I’ve been trying to get NOAA apt images but no such luck yet. The most supported ones use the RTL chipset with a Aismon tuner module. Basically its a cheap aiskon to get ‘real’ AIS as opposed to the app that many aisomn have on their phone.
When set up using quite a convoluted match of software and settings, you end up with an overlay on opencpn which shows you ships locations. The Asmon tutorials seem to be for the older version of OCPN and i’d much rather use this newer version as i’ve just got it set up how i like. A ready made AIS dongle can be had for quid so depending on funds and ‘tinkerishness’, you might consider that. Aismon you aismon details of what radio device to aismon and what aiamon software settings to use?
Aizmon like you say AIS is not a big problem We crossed from Gigha to N. You end up with a software defined radio that can tune from around 50MHz to MHz. This is documented on the same page at: Means you can watch TV on the computer, listen to aismon, tune aismon pager traffic, listen to marine frequencies, personal radios.
Both practical and possible and whats more its MUCH cheaper. Ah, no, the radio dongle feeds into sdr which tunes aismon correct freq, which feeds by virtual audio cable into aismon which is SUPPOSED to feed into opencpn. Another tip is to use a ‘blank’ 3. Yep sorry cocked up the answer when editing 3. Can you explain more what kit you have and what it does?