For phones and tablets
August 1, 2022:  Based on multiple requirements we have established the deadline for the bytran 1.5 update as March 1, 2023.
August 1, 2022:  Beginning November 1, 2022 the visibility of bytran on Google Play will be further reduced to exclude newer devices (see this announcement: Target API level requirements for Google Play apps).
May 27, 2022:
Bytran deactivated on the App Store likely due to the lack of updates in over 3 years (more information).
The features planned for bytran 1.5 update include:   (1) implementation of the Hartmann-Tran and a couple of other lineshape profiles,   (2) deploying our faster Voigt function algorithm as the default https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jqsrt.2021.107797,   (3) experimental support of the authenticated access to HITRAN Online using the HAPI API key,   (4) slight improvements to the desktop versions,   (5) support of the new SensorTag,   (6) providing binaries and/or compilation instructions for a number of more common Linux distributions.
The latest version of SensorTag LPSTK-CC1352R (see release information here) is significantly different from its predecessor SensorTag CC2650STK (alternative link) bytran currently supports.   Unlike its predecessor the new SensorTag has fewer built in sensors but combines multiple wireless communication protocols in one device and includes the TI's LaunchPad Microcontroller Development Board thus providing wide options for customization and the addition of new sensors and hardware.
The new SensorTag LPSTK-CC1352R lacks an on-board pressure sensor but it can be added by interfacing with a pressure sensor development board (see examples at Mouser and Adafruit) or else with a to be discontinued booster pack BOOSTXL-SENSORS plugin module which also includes other sensors.   As an alternative to the SensorTag the BOOSTXL-SENSORS may also be used with the new Wireless MCU Launchpad development kit.
Android™ 4.4 and above, iOS 8 and above, or Windows 10 (ARM & x64).
Desktop versions currently do not include and installer and contain unmodified mobile interface. Additional information about previous releases is available in the   Archive
(1) Linux versions are currently unavailable due to the issues linking SSL libraries to access HITRAN over secure socket layers.   This issue will most likely be addressed with the release of bytran 1.5.   (2) The serial port profile Bluetooth connectivity used for remote control may not work (or requires additional setup) under Ubuntu and Mac OS.
Example usage of the original bytran version 1.0 Alpha on a
Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini GT-i8200 running Android 4.2.2
(May 12, 2016; Minsk, Belarus)
Bytran is an application for calculating atmospheric and molecular absorption spectra using the HITRAN database and the line-by-line method.  It was initially written in Belarus (Feb 20 - Aug 4,  2016) and subsequently improved in the USA.
The concentrations of molecules, optical pathlength, total pressure, temperature, and other input parameters are used to model the gas mixture optical transmission spectra as a function of wavelength.
Bytran supports optional usage of SensorTag, Sense Hat, and cell phone sensors for calculations using empirical readings of ambient total pressure, temperature and humidity (H2O vapor concentration) †.   For more information read the overview of bytran, the bytran publication and the change log of the bytran releases.
† The usage of cell phone sensors is currenly limited to the Android operating system due to the limitations of the Qt environment.
Line-by-line calculations using measured meteorological data -|- Sensors may be used to provide empirical values of total pressure, temperature and water vapor concentration as input instead of manual entry -|- SensorTag, Cell phone built in sensors, Sense HAT
NOTE: The new SensorTag model LPSTK-CC1352R and the Wireless MCU Launchpad development kit are not yet supported by bytran, its support is planned for bytran version 1.5.
SensorTag (model CC2650STK) is a keychain size coin battery operated bluetooth device containing temperature (TMP007 and BMP280, ~ ±1 °C accuracy), pressure (BMP280, ~ ±1 hPa accuracy) and humidity (HDC1000, < 3% accuracy) sensors.   Starting with version 1.2 bytran is able to connect to SensorTag and access its sensors.   The SensorTag may be purchased directly from Texas Instruments or its distributors.
Bytran is able to access cell phone built in sensors however this support is limited to the thermometers and barometers under the Android operating system due to the present limitations of the Qt environment.   Future bytran editions will likely include custom code to suppport the iOS operating system and the humidity sensor.   A search of cell phones with a barometer, thermometer and/or humidity sensor may be performed here.
Starting with version 1.3 bytran supports the Sense HAT add-on board for Raspberry Pi to measure ambient total pressure (LPS25HB, accuracy of 10 to 100 Pa), temperature (HTS221, < 0.5 °C accuracy) and humidity (HTS221, < 3.5% accuracy) for input into the line-by-line calculations instead of the manual entry.
† Though not currently supported by bytran, alternatives to the Sense HAT board are emerging which are compatible with the Raspberry PI.   One such board is the Environmental Sensor Board by Coral.
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