SR10 Groundstation

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SR10, is the latest generation of Meteomodem radiosounding ground station.

Designed to be used with the M10, the SR10 receive and process in real time PTU and wind data transmitted via the sonde telemetry. The telemetry range covers more than 350 km. The receiver works with two antennas (GNSS and radio). The “ground check” allows the calibration state of the sensors but also the automatic configuration of frequencies. The data are then, analysed and processed software generating WMO format (TEMP BUFR, BUFR HD, PILOT …) and Military Format messages.


– Light and compact receiver
– 1 electronic assuming many functions (radio and GNSS receptor, decoder, barometer) – USB

Ground check :

– Infrared communication
– Sensor calibration
– GNSS (GPS and/or GLONASS) initialization
– Management and configuration of frequencies

Software :
– Eoscan : Data collecting and processing software, sounding automatic analysis and edition of WMO code messages

Meteorological services: atmospheric observations and data
Military and marine: meteorological and aeronautical information, ballistic tests
Scientific research


Dimensions : Receiver: W:150 mm – D:185 mm – H:65 mm

Weight : 1.3 kg

Consumption : 10 W max

Links : USB to PC

GNSS receiver : 12 channels

Workstation : Desktop or Laptop PC


Receiver: 400–406 MHz digital synthesizer
Range: >350 Km
Modulation: PSK

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