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Interesting article on using Raspberry Pi to broadcast/receive ADS-B

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Correct, They are using it as an ADSB IN device for an inexpensive WX/Traffic display on an IPAD. in flight. Great article Stig.

The ADSB out requirement starts Jan 1 2020.
 
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I've been running a pi with ads-b receiver for about a year. I feed to flight aware and flight radar. They give you premium access to their sites for feeding. It's pretty neat seeing the exact height and speed of the planes!
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Edit- tried to display screen shot of my flightaware dashboard but it's not showing up..

 
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I've been running a pi with ads-b receiver for about a year. I feed to flight aware and flight radar. They give you premium access to their sites for feeding. It's pretty neat seeing the exact height and speed of the planes!
Screenshot_2016-08-11-08-36-51.png

Edit- tried to display screen shot of my flightaware dashboard but it's not showing up..


Hey! Howdy neighbor. I live right by Hooks too!
 
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Luckily, FlightRadar24 gave me one of their receivers to host.
I am high and near an airport that was not covered.
Get a business account free gratis for hosting it. :)
 
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I'm wondering why they can't use the GPS signal your aircaft is already sending to you control station? The ads-b products I've seen are add-on and at $1300.00 US not very affordable.
 

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