UGM ground station requires a satellite tracking control system that can follow the movements of the satellite. The system proposed in this study is relying on the calculation of Two Line Elements (TLE), the reason is that the data TLE has a subtle error. The compass sensor is used to ensure accuracy; the results were evaluated using a protractor, and about 99%. Moreover, this system is also tested to receive images from NOAA satellites using the RTL-SDR and Yagi antennas. In general, this system can follow the motion of the satellite well.

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