The world's best weather satellite (WXsat) signal to image decoder.
WXtoImg is a fully automated APT and WEFAX weather satellite (wxsat)
decoder. The software supports recording, decoding, editing, and viewing
on all versions of Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. WXtoImg supports
real-time decoding, map overlays, advanced colour enhancements,
3-D images, animations, multi-pass images, projection transformation
(e.g. Mercator), text overlays, automated web page creation, temperature
display, GPS interfacing,
wide-area composite image creation
and computer control for many weather satellite
receivers, communications receivers, and scanners.
Simply connect a 137-138MHz FM communications receiver, scanner, or
weather satellite receiver to your soundcard and get stunning
colour images directly from weather satellites. The only other item you'll need is an antenna for receiving the circularly polarised signals.
WXtoImg makes use of the 16-bit sampling capabilities of soundcards to
provide better decoding than is possible with expensive purpose-designed
WXtoImg comes in a basic freeware version that provides a large range of features. Improved automation, new enhancements, a wider variety of options, projection transformations and improved quality images from communications receivers and scanners are available by upgrading the software.
WXtoImg Version 2.11.2 Beta Available|
Many improvements, including ALSA audio support under Linux and Banana Pi (and other ARM) support can be found in the
WXtoImg Version 2.10.11 Released
The latest stable version is 2.10.11.
- Stunning colour images day and night,
- real-time display of image data sent from satellite,
- completely automated recording, decoding, and web page production and publishing (see also Images),
- supports a wide range of enhancements.
- transforms images to standard map projections,
- overlay maps with adjustable colours and feature sets,
- temperature under cursor display,
- IR temperature and sea surface temperature calibration,
- command line operation for embedded applications,
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