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Simple utility to generate proper ADIF for satellite contacts

Project description

Generate ADIF For Satellite QSOs

Quick Installation


pip install git+



pip install --upgrade git+

Quick Usage


$ pysatadif --satname SO-50 --timeon 0050 --qso N0CALL --qso N1CALL --qso N2CALL,DM00 --output adif

Full Usage


usage: pysatadif [-h] -s SATNAME -n TIMEON [-f TIMEOFF] [-d QSODATE]
[-g MYGRID] [-r MYRIG] [-c OPERATOR] [-t TXPWR] -q QSO
[-o OUTPUT] [-v]

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-s SATNAME, --satname SATNAME
Satellites to track
-n TIMEON, --timeon TIMEON
Start time of QSO (HHMMSS)
-f TIMEOFF, --timeoff TIMEOFF
End time of QSO (HHMMSS)
-d QSODATE, --qsodate QSODATE
-g MYGRID, --mygrid MYGRID
My grid square
-r MYRIG, --myrig MYRIG
My rig
-c OPERATOR, --operator OPERATOR
My callsign
-t TXPWR, --txpwr TXPWR
TX Power
-q QSO, --qso QSO QSO callsign and optionally grid (eg N0CALL,DN70)
-o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
Output Format (text, adif)
-v, --verbose Print verbose debugging messages

Run pysatadif once. Then see $HOME/.pysatadif/defaults.json

You may configure your callsign, maidenhead grid square, radio, and
transmitting power which will apply to all passes. You may override
these at any time by using the command-line switches.

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