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Welcome To The Forum / Greetings from Belgium
« Last post by Geert on February 12, 2017, 09:47:55 PM »

My name is Geert and i'm interested in receiving and decoding ADS-B signal.
Hope to learn more about ADS-B and make some new friends.

Geert - ON1DQD
Software / Websites /
« Last post by Brian on February 05, 2017, 05:59:40 PM »
93 New Locations

It will display the ADS-B Feeder info on the map.  Watch the ADS-B receiver you want, without watching other receiver data on the map.
ADS-B Station:
Max Range: (replace the X's with your PGANRB ID number)

Increase Coverage - Join the RadarBox24 Network.


Santa Cruz de La Sierra, Bolivia

Usinsk Russia

Safi Morocco

Pape'ete French Polynesia

Yogyakarta Indonesia


Kazan Russia

Latala India

Mexico City

Manila Philippines

Kuching Malaysia

Luoyang China

Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

Nakhon Si Thammarat Thailand

Cartagena Colombia



United Kingdom - London

United Kingdom - London

United Kingdom - Langley
Aviation News / Propliners aircraft Off airport in North America - Photos
« Last post by Brian on February 04, 2017, 12:57:12 AM »
Propliners aircraft Off airport in North America

Some aircraft survive on remote locations away from airports, as part of a restaurant, hotel or even a chicken coop.

Photos on the page of each aircraft.
Latest PlaneBase BaseStation.sqb for use with the PlanePlotter and RadarCape is now available for Download.
This has been built from 1st February PlaneBase data update.

PlaneBaseNG The Next Generation Aircraft Database.
PlaneBase3 - PBLink - PBLite - Best of All it is FREE!
Airnav Radarbox / Re: Logos
« Last post by Leclere on February 01, 2017, 02:46:53 PM »
N411SC, Seneca Companies
SAI, Shaheen Air International
EI-LSY, GainJet Ireland
OpenSky Feeder for Dump1090 (Linux)

This article describes how to feed your data into the OpenSky Network using a Rasperry Pi-based ADSB receiver. If you already operate a dump1090 ADS-B/Mode S receiver on a Raspberry Pi, you can skip the prerequisites and start feeding data to OpenSky right away. The setup just takes 5 minutes.

Release: dump1090 feeder and new functions

Dear OpenSky users and all the other nosy people reading this post,

since we released the new website almost a year ago, many of you have asked for a dump1090 push feeder. It is now my pleasure to announce that Markus (our feeder guy) has finished the first stable version of a push feeder for setups using a Debian-based Linux and dump1090! If you are running a dump1090 receiver, for example, on a Raspberry Pi, you can simply install our feeder within a few minutes. Installation instructions can be found here. A feeder for Windows is following soon.

On this occasion, I would also like to thank our beta testers achan011, boab, Geooorg, jluebbe, and rg40 for going through all the pain caused by buggy software and websites and providing us such helpful feedback. Thank you very much!

Also if you haven't noticed yet, our explorer has a couple of new features (for example the labels when you zoom in and more advanced filters) and we have new interfaces to our dataset. And there are many more features in the pipeline, so stay tuned.

Raspberry Pi: Send flight data with DUMP1090 to OpenSkyNetwork
PiAware Installation Step by Step by

Very detailed PiAware 3.3.0. Step by Step Installation guide with lots of images online now.
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