In my last post I outlined the steps necessary to load an .img file so we could get a functional OS on the Orange Pi PC.
A fun project I wanted to try out was to start sending aircraft ADS-B data to an online service.
This post will outline what hardware you will need and how to load RTL-SDR drivers, Install ModeSMixer2 and ModeSDeco2 and configure the software to feed the ADSB Exchange.
I ended up using the following commands:
./modesdeco2 –gain 49.5 -–web 8000 –sbs10001 10001
./modesmixer2 –inConnect 127.0.0.1:10001 –outServer sbs10001:10002 –outConnect avr:feed.adsbexchange.com:30005
For more commands – visit the source site at: xdeco.org
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