Receive and decode images from weather satellites

Takes a recorded WAV file (from GQRX, SDR#, etc.) and decodes the image. Later you can rotate the image and adjust the contrast with something like GIMP or Photoshop.



NOAA satellite reception is cheap and relatively easy. WXtoIMG, the most popular software, it's propietary and no longer maintained. but you can get old recovered versions from an unofficial website.

There are lots of really good Alternatives, but all of them require compilation, Python or don't provide graphical user interfaces. So I wanted to create an easy to use alternative for Windows users, being useful to advanced GNU/Linux users doing some kind of automation too.


WXtoIMG has lots of features you might want that noaa-apt does not have, for example false-color images, live decoding, map overlay or contrast adjustment. Anyways, the quality of the black and white image should be the same.

If you get some kind of error or bad result don't hesitate to open a Issue or to send me an email. Also I'm not a native english speaker so please correct me. Both the code and the website is on the GitHub repository.