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  • jestemradek
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    Try lastest version from git of dump1090

    git clone https://github.com/antirez/dump1090.git
    cd dump1090
    make

    and use option like that:
    ./dump1090 --net --net-sbs-port 30003 --interactive --enable-agc

    and FR24 like that:
    ./fr24feed_arm-le_225 --fr24key=your_share_key --bs-ip=127.0.0.1 --bs-port=30003

    Regards
    Radek
    Last edited by jestemradek; 2013-01-21, 14:57. Reason: git clone and make

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  • web
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    Hello. I have a similar setup but there's a problem. When I use the dump1090 program and it decodes plane data succesfully, FR24 feeder still keeps sending 0 planes in 0 packets. And I am sure that dump1090 has found planes. Instead, gr_air_modes (modes_rx) works (FR24 feeder founds all the planes), but I would like to use dump1090 because of better decode algorithm.

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  • jestemradek
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    Originally posted by deconz View Post
    It was not intended to be a joke - I was trying to help you as everyone else does on this forum. It saddens me to read that you think otherwise ...

    I'm delighted you now have your system operating as you desired. For what it's worth, I was referring to RTL1090.exe and you are running something else!
    I'm sorry, I did not mean to offend you.
    Simply text of this article amused me.
    Even I wrote to the author to improved content, because this article misleads people.
    I appreciate that you want to help others



    Originally posted by digitizing View Post
    I like this solution.
    I'll try it as soon as my rasp pi in my hand.

    now I'm still using gr-air-modes with very powerfull PC,
    but very limited range.

    T-WARR2
    Just try dump1090 on your PC, you have to see more planes




    In addition – the authors of dump1090 and adsbox working on fusing adsbox to dump1090
    Best Regards
    Radek
    Last edited by jestemradek; 2013-01-19, 09:54.

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  • digitizing
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    Originally posted by jestemradek View Post
    I found solution to transform AVR signal to BaseStation

    Just compile and run adsbox - it's client of AVR and server of BaseStation (30003)

    Now my Raspberry is all in one!

    Site of adsbox:
    http://diseqc.org.ua/projects/hard/adsb/index.html

    Last version:
    http://diseqc.org.ua/projects/hard/a...0120427.tar.gz

    Remeber - to compile it you need last version of sqlite and place it like that:
    eg.
    /home/user/sqlite3
    /home/user/adsbox

    next
    cd to adsbox folder and try make
    I like this solution.
    I'll try it as soon as my rasp pi in my hand.

    now I'm still using gr-air-modes with very powerfull PC,
    but very limited range.

    T-WARR2

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  • deconz
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    Originally posted by jestemradek View Post
    hahaha, good joke

    look on my 'top' command on my raspberry with 512 ram:



    Best Regards
    Radek
    It was not intended to be a joke - I was trying to help you as everyone else does on this forum. It saddens me to read that you think otherwise ...

    I'm delighted you now have your system operating as you desired. For what it's worth, I was referring to RTL1090.exe and you are running something else!

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  • jestemradek
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    I found solution to transform AVR signal to BaseStation

    Just compile and run adsbox - it's client of AVR and server of BaseStation (30003)

    Now my Raspberry is all in one!

    Site of adsbox:
    http://diseqc.org.ua/projects/hard/adsb/index.html

    Last version:
    http://diseqc.org.ua/projects/hard/a...0120427.tar.gz

    Remeber - to compile it you need last version of sqlite and place it like that:
    eg.
    /home/user/sqlite3
    /home/user/adsbox

    next
    cd to adsbox folder and try make


    Originally posted by deconz View Post
    I read somewhere that the Raspberry PI didn't have enough raw processing power to run RTL1090 software

    Found the link ... http://www.hamradioscience.com/build...aring-station/
    hahaha, good joke

    look on my 'top' command on my raspberry with 512 ram:



    Best Regards
    Radek

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  • deconz
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    Originally posted by digitizing View Post
    Is there any all in one solution to using DVB-T dongle and raspberry pifor feeding flightradar ?
    I read somewhere that the Raspberry PI didn't have enough raw processing power to run RTL1090 software

    Found the link ... http://www.hamradioscience.com/build...aring-station/
    Last edited by deconz; 2013-01-18, 21:59. Reason: found link

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  • jestemradek
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    Hello!

    In my opinion rtl_adsb is much better than gr-air-modes, shows more planes,

    but dump1090 is much better than rtl_adsb (with some options like --no-fix --enable-agc)

    unfortunately dump1090 hangs up my Raspberry 2-3 times in 24 hours...

    I still don't have idea idea how to change AVR signal to BaseStation on Raspberry

    Greetings from Poland
    Radek

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  • Anmer
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    Try gr-air-modes. Not the easiest install.

    https://github.com/bistromath/gr-air-modes

    Or Dump1090:

    https://github.com/antirez/dump1090

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  • digitizing
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    Originally posted by speedbird1960 View Post
    but i think the Linux-feeder-software doesn't receive AVR format,
    only SBS format.
    or maybe I should request special linux feeder that also decode AVR format ?

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  • speedbird1960
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    Originally posted by digitizing View Post
    Is there any all in one solution to using DVB-T dongle and raspberry pifor feeding flightradar ?
    I mean using only that devices without need any another computer.
    I have try using rtl_adsb, but the data can't be used by fr24 feeder app,
    because the data is in AVR format.

    Try this:

    http://forum.flightradar24.com/threa...-Flightradar24

    Also in the Thread above you find this post useful:

    http://forum.flightradar24.com/threa...ll=1#post22374
    Last edited by speedbird1960; 2013-01-18, 02:52.

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  • digitizing
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    Is there any all in one solution to using DVB-T dongle and raspberry pifor feeding flightradar ?
    I mean using only that devices without need any another computer.
    I have try using rtl_adsb, but the data can't be used by fr24 feeder app,
    because the data is in AVR format.

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  • deconz
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    Originally posted by GregHudson View Post
    Excellent range from a tiny antenna. 191 nm from 'where' ? What town, and are you east or west of the huge pile of rocks ? ;-)
    Hi Greg

    NZNV = IVC = Invercargill, New Zealand

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  • GregHudson
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    Originally posted by deconz View Post
    Went live today feeding FR24 as NZNV1 using a RTL-SDR FM+DAB DVB-T Dongle Stick RTL2832U+R820T from Noo Elec running RTL1090 software. Dongle connected to PC via a 5m active USB extension allowing placement of the mini antenna supplied with the dongle on my single story roof. First contact was 191nm from my location!!!
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    Excellent range from a tiny antenna. 191 nm from 'where' ? What town, and are you east or west of the huge pile of rocks ? ;-)

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  • deconz
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    Went live today feeding FR24 as NZNV1 using a RTL-SDR FM+DAB DVB-T Dongle Stick RTL2832U+R820T from Noo Elec running RTL1090 software. Dongle connected to PC via a 5m active USB extension allowing placement of the mini antenna supplied with the dongle on my single story roof. First contact was 191nm from my location!!!
    NZNV1.jpg

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