LabSat 3 Wideband New Firmware Release

LabSat 3 Wideband New Firmware Release

LabSat has released LabSat 3 Wideband Firmware 1.2 build 838 – this is available for all users to download from the LabSat website.

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This firmware includes the following changes:

New Features:

  • LabSat will emit a ‘Beep’ as a notification of a buffer over or underflow event during record or replay. Time into the record/replay that the buffer event occurred will be stated in the corresponding .ini file under the ‘Buffer’ heading.
  • Network security can be enabled within the Labsat ‘LAN’ menu – this will password protect access to the internal SSD via ethernet.
  • Copying files from USB or SD card media to internal SSD now supported.
  • MAC address now displayed within the LabSat ‘About’ menu and on the ‘System Settings’ page of the webserver.


  • Added support for Wi-Fi dongles using the MediaTek MT7601 chipset.
  • Adjustment to automatic gain control to optimise quality of recorded signals.

Bug Fixes:

  • Telnet command including a play ‘from’ time now overrides the time set in the ‘Play Options’ menu.
  • LabSat is no longer unable to record a new file if a .ini file from a previous recording is present on the SSD without a matching.LS3W file.

We highly recommend that any LabSat 3 Wideband users that are testing with passive or low gain antennas, or in GNSS obscured areas where signals can be at a reduced level, upgrade to this firmware version. During testing an improvement was seen in the signal capture quality in these types of environments – which may affect the TTFF performance of some receivers.

SatGen Software BETA Release

LabSat has released a BETA version (3.14.17) of SatGen Software – this is available for all users to download from the LabSat website.

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This version includes integration of new inbuilt maps resolving the issue previously experienced by users where the maps within SatGen were inaccessible – also adding the ability to select between map providers (Google, Bing or OpenStreet).

Courtesy of LabSat

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