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       predict-g1yyh - satellite tracking program


       The  predict-g1yyh  program  is  a  variant on the predict satellite tracking program that
       includes patches from John Heaton, G1YYH, that  add  new  functionality.   This  man  page
       documents  only  the  features  that  differ  between  predict and predict-g1yyh.  See the
       predict man page for information on the features of the program  that  are  not  described

       The  user  may  step  forwards/backwards  through the satellites in the Single-Sat display
       using the '+' and '-' keys, and may remove blank entries from the Selector page.

       MultiSat has been reformatted to display upcoming passes below  the  satellites  in  view.
       Using  the  'i'  and  'k' keys you can toggle between distances in Imperial or Kilometres.
       Using the 'l' and 'm' keys you can toggle between displaying the normal latitude/longitude
       or Maidenhead locators for the sub-satellite location.

       The  SingleSat display allows use of the arrow keys to change the frequency up/down and to
       move to the next/previous satellite using left/right arrows.

       A new method of selecting satellites is implemented.  Instead of pressing a character next
       to  a  satellite  name,  a scrolling menu is provided.  This means that the program is now
       capable of handling a much larget list of satellites, currently a maximum of 250.

       Finally, the height of the terminal window containing predict can be increased dynamically
       if you want to display more information than will fit on an 80x24 terminal window!




       This  manual  page  was  written by Bdale Garbee <>, for the Debian GNU/Linux
       system (but may be used by others).