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[aprssig] Fw: ADS-B to APRS Server

Ray Wells vk2tv at exemail.com.au
Sat Apr 26 00:41:39 UTC 2008


Andrew,

All very interesting.

Do you have an ADS-B receiver at your place or are you taking a feed 
from somewhere? Is there any technical data available, now that you've 
piqued my interest? I'd like to diplay traffic passing through the 
Kempsey area.

It's interesting to see the southern extent of coverage. For the coastal 
route it is just north of Grafton, or about 150 miles from Brisbane. For 
the inland route south, the cut-off is approximately east of Stanthorpe, 
about 80 miles from Brisbane.

Ray vk2tv


Andrew Rich wrote:

>  
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Andrew Rich <mailto:vk4tec at people.net.au>
> *To:* Australian APRS Users <mailto:ozaprs at aprs.net.au>
> *Sent:* Saturday, April 26, 2008 8:23 AM
> *Subject:* ADS-B to APRS Server
>
> Gudday
>  
> I have written an ADS-B to APRS server.
>  
> ADS-B is tracking for aircraft.
>  
> It runs on LINUX, and uses perl
>  
> A socker server listens for connections on port 10151, then 
> establishes a connection to the ADS-B stream.
>  
> Packets are then formed into something that APRS can understand.
>  
> You can try it, you should see planes flying around Brisbane.
>  
> Simply add "vk4tec.no-ip.org" as an aprs server, and the port is "10151"
>  
> No need to login, actually it just ignores anything sent
>  
> Please have a go and let me know if you get it to work for you.
>  
> Cheers
>  
> Andrew Rich
> VK4TEC
>
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