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gnuais - GNU Automatic Identification System receiver
This manual page documents briefly the gnuais command. gnuais is a tool for demodulating and decoding AIS messages using the line/mic input of the sound card. Connect the discriminator output of a VHF receiver tuned to either 161.975 MHz or 162.025 MHz to the line/mic input. Then run gnuais with no options or with some of the options described below.
A summary of options is included below. -c <filename> Specify config file to use. If not specified, a gnuais.conf file in the current directory is searched for, if not found, ~/.config/gnuais/config is used. -f Runs gnuais in the background. -h Shows the short command use info. -l <filename> Runs with raw audio data from file -s <filename> Saves raw audio data to file -e <level> Log level: INFO, DEBUG, NOTICE, WARNING, ERR, CRIT, ALERT, EMERG -o <dest> Log destination: none, file, stderr, syslog. -r <dir> Log directory -n <name> Name of the log
This manual page was written by Ruben Undheim <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). August 07, 2013 GNUAIS(1)