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  • Is it possible to see my uploaded raw data?

    I am a new "feeder" to flightradar24. I received the equipment on loan (thank you very much), and have it online.
    My question is...Is there any way to see my raw data that gets uploaded? Such as aircraft position etc? I do see my stats.

    Thank you, and forgive me if this question has been asked many times.

  • #2
    Use adsbscope or VRS and connect it to port 30334 of your receiver
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    • #3
      Let me check out mine in a moment.

      Btw, I've never gotten around getting the flags and silhouette of the aircrafts to show on VRS.
      Any guide or links to help me with the above?
      Thanks!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Chriso
        what port shows good signal?

        Originally posted by who View Post
        Let me check out mine in a moment.

        Btw, I've never gotten around getting the flags and silhouette of the aircrafts to show on VRS.
        Any guide or links to help me with the above?
        Thanks!
        you have to download them from internet (google it) and then set up path in VRS
        Last edited by Amper; 2015-01-09, 18:15.
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        • #5
          Paul, you can telnet to port 30003 and watch all the data scroll by ..

          >telnet 192.168.1.115 30003

          Sub the IP address of your receiver for mine. Whee!

          -Florian (F-KPSP1)

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          • #6
            You can also capture to a file with the -f switch ..

            >telnet 192.168.1.115 30003 -f flightdata.txt

            You'll get a lot of raw data very fast. I get about 15k lines per minute!

            -Florian (F-KPSP1)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Amper View Post
              Use adsbscope or VRS and connect it to port 30334 of your receiver
              This post may be a little too late as I just hosted a receiver last Monday, but thanks to your post, I'm able to check the raw data with adsbscope, and determine my receiver's coverage now. Thanks.
              ~~F-WBGR1~~

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              • #8
                It's never too late
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                • #9
                  more simple: 127.0.0.1 30003

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                  • #10
                    What's "VRS"? Search doesn't find it.

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                    • #11
                      Virtual Radar Server HERE
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Keithj View Post
                        What's "VRS"? Search doesn't find it.
                        VIRTUAL RADAR SERVER

                        http://www.virtualradarserver.co.uk/

                        cheers

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                        • #13
                          Ah. Thanks. Doesn't do what I want. I can already see the ADS-B aircraft on FR24. I'm looking for the "list" such as is provided on RTL1090, so that I can identify non-ADS-B aircraft.

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                          • #14
                            That list you have in ADSBscope AND VRS

                            Both do what you want
                            For official support use Contact Form

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Amper View Post
                              That list you have in ADSBscope AND VRS

                              Both do what you want
                              Another helpful and aggressive reply by Amper

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