[aprssig] Fw: ADS-B to APRS Server
vk4tec at people.net.au
Fri Apr 25 23:55:21 CDT 2008
I have done the reponsible thing and kept it a stream by itself.
It is not APRS and as such should be kept off APRS-IS
My Receiver at home
My Antenna outside
The data is coming from my antenna.
I have the video piped out to a CRO, and am trying an ASUS eeepc as a test.
I can also take feeds from other sites, and make the feed availble in any
What would be good is a network of receivers.
The receivers cost $890 from melbourne.
It has a program that outputs data on port 30003
You have to have a windows box to talk to the ADSB box.
That is what I am using on my linux box, taking the data from the windows
Got a couple of things happening here,
Data into MySQL for google earth feeds
Stats are made from MySQL tables of the collected data.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Earl Needham" <needhame1 at plateautel.net>
To: "TAPR APRS Mailing List" <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
Sent: Saturday, April 26, 2008 1:47 PM
Subject: Re: [aprssig] Fw: ADS-B to APRS Server
> At 05:02 PM 4/25/2008, Andrew Rich wrote:
>>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.
> Runs great here, and I can see several airplanes over eastern
> Australia. The only issue I have is that I can only connect to one server
> at a time, meaning I have to choose to see APRS stations via the internet,
> or else airplanes via the internet.
> This is a great idea, though, and any APRSSIG "old-timers" can
> probably remember that I have wanted to be able to do this for years now.
> How well is your receiver working? How far away have you been
> able to receive signals for ADS-B?
> How long before someone might run this in the US? I just might
> have to build a cheap tower for that express purpose.
> 7 3
> KD5XB -- Earl Needham
> Clovis, New Mexico DM84jk
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