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« Reply #45 on: May 05, 2014, 10:16:31 AM »

For those who are using ADSBScope, I've updated the aircraft file (icao24plus.txt) over the past several weeks to add aircraft that were not defined in the original file.  The attached file adds some 900+ aircraft that I have seen in the NYC area with new ones appearing every day.  Simply replace the existing file in the "extra" folder with this one.  You may want to backup the original file in case there are issues with the new file.  But it works on my setup without any issues so feel free to use this updated file if you like.



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« Reply #46 on: May 05, 2014, 11:42:48 AM »

For those running dump1090 on PIs, there is a random collection of people pushing their data to SDRsharp.  This data is visable (sometimes, when the plane count is not to high for the host) at http://adsb.rtlsdr.org

You can also reverse the streaming of data down to a device of your own, which I do and host a modified dump1090 that is in net only mode with larger buffers and modified webgui.  My cached copy can be watched at http://adsb.mindlesstux.com/

To push to SDRsharp, use the below script and launch via 'screen -dmS pushSDRsharp ./pushSDRsharp.sh'

#!/bin/bash -x

while true;
echo "starting the NC | SOCAT"
nc localhost 30002 | socat -u -T10 - TCP4:sdrsharp.com:47806
sleep 5

It uses about 1-4kb/sec from my findings going out.

After work i'll post shots of my little Pi setup too
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