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Ham Radio Satellite Tracking Software for the Mac

Download v2.46

If you decide to try the Beta, please report any problems with a debug log and complete problem description.

Download v2.47b11


MacDoppler must be registered to work beyond the 15 minute time limit. (You can run the 15 minute demo as many times as you like). We encourage you to download the free demo and first make sure that it meets your requirements before you register since we cannot issue refunds.

Single User License, electronic download $98.00 USD.

Please enter your call sign:

If you have an Amateur Radio call sign, please enter it above. Your registration will be emailed to your PayPal email address the same day.

AMSAT Members can register MacDoppler at a discount in the AMSAT Store.

The Mac Ham Satellite tracker since 1997...

MacDoppler will provide any level of station automation you need from assisted Doppler Tuning and Antenna Pointing right on up to fully automated Satellite Gateway operation. MacDoppler is a native macOS app.

MacDoppler is used around the world by Amateur Radio operators, satellite spotters, educators and commercial customers from CBS News to the International Space Station Amateur Radio Hardware Management program, Delta Telemetry Tracking and Control at Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, Florida State University, and the CalPoly CubeSat Project.

Automatic Keplerian update and logging directly into MacLoggerDX with upload to LoTW, eQSL etc.

Satellite Radios Supported...

Non-Satellite Radios (limited support)

MacDopplerRadios (2 radio support)

Note: Radios in bold support Tuning Dial Tracking. A full duplex satellite radio like the TS-2000, FT-847, IC-910, IC-9100 or IC-9700 is recommended to take full advantage of MacDoppler's capabilities. A full duplex radio is required to hear your own downlink.

Rotor Controllers Supported...

Other rotor controllers not listed here support the popular GS-232 or DCU-1 protocols. Not all rotor computer interfaces provide a Mac calibration program and may need a PC or terminal program for initial configuration and calibration.