Fixing Jagged MLAT Tracks on dump1090

Do you have jagged, wiggly MLAT tracks when viewing your local dump1090 client?  If you’re using the ADSBexchange image install for Raspberry pi, it’s likely because the dump1090 display is showing both FlightAware and ADSBexchange MLAT results.  FlightAware does have a more complete (but filtered/obfuscated) MLAT network, so your best bet if these squiggly tracks Read More …

New MLAT Regions!

A new, 16-core server has been deployed for MLAT calculations.  I have broken out the regions further to allow the server to handle the load and reduce the size of the sync matrix. See here: https://www.adsbexchange.com/active-feeds/ 

ADSBexchange is “hiring”

OK, well, not full-time employees.  We don’t have a large budget, but are looking for some assistance in a couple areas. If you’re interested in the aircraft tracking hobby, and have technical skills and a few extra hours,  see our job postings on UpWork: Display and querying of Geographic Aircraft Data Migrate WordPress Site / Read More …

iOS App Beta Testing…

Hi all, It’s not made _specifically_ for ADSBexchange, but one of our users, Steve, has created an iOS app for VRS that he is beta testing.  For more details, or to participate, check here:   https://www.adsbexchange.com/forums/topic/openadsb-ios-mobile-app-now-available-for-beta-testing/   

New SD card image for feeding

In an effort to further simplify feeding, we have started maintaining an SD card image.  The image is basically a FlightAware “piAware” 3.1.0 image with some changes. Take a look at the “how to feed” section for more details.  This new method requires no SSH access, or command line activities whatsoever. Changes made to the Read More …