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Upload bearings from KerberosSDR Server to RDF Mapper
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This script uploads bearings generated by the KerberosSDR to a RDFMapper bearing server. By default it uploads to the public server at http://rdf.musther.net/save.php. You can use the RDF Mapper software created by Jonathan Musther at http://www.musther.net/RDFMapper/ to view the bearings from various servers on a map.

------INSTALL AND USE------

First to make sure Python and pip installed on system.

  1. Run this command first pip3 install -r requirements.txt to install the pre-requisites.

  2. Open nano .env and add the IP address of the KerberosSDR server. a) Add a UNIQUE station ID b) Set your LAT/LON c) Set the bearing of your KerberosSDR, with 0 being NORTH, 90 being EAST, 180 being SOUTH, and 270 being WEST. So for example if antenna 1 on your circular array points SOUTH, set KSDR_BEARING = 180. d) POLLING_INTERVAL sets how often you want to poll the KerberosSDR bearing server and upload to the RDFMapper server. LINE_LENGTH determines how long the bearing line will be on the RDFMapper display.

  3. Run the main script python3 rdf_mapper.py

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