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Least-effort ADIF-parsing in Python

Far back in time, almost one year ago, we mentioned that “An ADIF parser for Python was hacked together based [… Read more]

Enabling rotctld support in KStars

KStars is a KDE application for doing astronomy stuff. It has the possibility to make telescopes and other equipment track [… Read more]

Exploring why WSJT-X didn’t want to decode – an illustrated guide to printf-debugging

We’ve recently been active on EME again – but what we didn’t mention was that we weren’t using ARK’s computers [… Read more]

Preliminary analysis of the accuracy of the AOS and LOS finding algorithms of libpredict

ARK is responsible for development of the satellite prediction library libpredict, on which we earlier have published a couple of [… Read more]

Overflow rectification for recorded GNU Radio samples

Sampling at high sample rates from an SDR in GNU Radio with slow blocks ┬áin the flowgraph (for example writing [… Read more]

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