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Old 12-09-2020, 22:18   #1
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a) Range, b) Signal Strength (RSSI) and c) Signal to noise ratio (SNR)?

Hi everyone,

I'm using a Pi with an AIS/NMEA hat as a receiver.
Input to OpenCPN is via serial port ttyS0. OpenCPN outputs to marinetraffic.com etc.

How do I:
- The range (distance) of signals I'm receiving over time?
- The signal strength per vessel?
- The signal to noise ratio?

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Old 12-09-2020, 23:04   #2
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Re: a) Range, b) Signal Strength (RSSI) and c) Signal to noise ratio (SNR)?

Range for all vessel you find in the AIS target list --> right click on canvas.

The other data are not available. This would be a feature of the SDR plug-in.
A standard AIS receiver does not report signal strength related data.
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