Contributing data to ADSBexchange.com!
Use your existing receiver running readsb or dump1090: [ Script Method ]
Start fresh, use our sd-card image for the Raspberry Pi: [ ADSBx image ]
To test your feeder is working correctly after setup go to /myip from the same https://www.adsbexchange.com/myip/
ADS-B Exchange Setup Scripts
These scripts aid in setting up your current ADS-B receiver to feed ADS-B Exchange. At a minimum, you will need a SDR connected to a Pi running any Raspbian image with dump1090 installed and configured to start at boot.
The script method for all feeders that have dump1090 outputting beast data on port 30005.
The scripts use a systemd service.
Obtaining And Using The Scripts
ADS-B/1090 Feeder Script
Works on all known images from other flight tracking companies as well as DIY created Pi / Debian linux feeders. ADSBx will not break other images or feeders.
Running the following commands will download the contents of the repository and begin setup. You can find more info at ADSBexchange Github.
wget -O /tmp/axfeed.sh https://adsbexchange.com/feed.sh sudo bash /tmp/axfeed.sh
Verify your feeder is working, check: https://www.adsbexchange.com/myip/
To see your MLAT sync, check: https://map.adsbexchange.com/mlat-map/
Running the following commands on your Raspberry Pi will download the ADSBexchange Anywhere stats package and allow you to see your feed directly on the site.
wget -O /tmp/axstats.sh https://adsbexchange.com/stats.sh sudo bash /tmp/axstats.sh
UAT/978 Feeder Script
The following script will install UAT/978 feeder, you only need this script if you are in the USA and have a second SDR collecting UAT/978 data.
Please install dump978-fa first (unless already working): https://github.com/wiedehopf/adsb-wiki/wiki/Installing-dump978-fa-and-feeding-adsbexchange-with-UAT-traffic
Running the following commands will download the contents of the repository and begin setup. You can find more info ADSBexchange Github.
wget -O /tmp/ax978.sh https://adsbexchange.com/978.sh sudo bash /tmp/ax978.sh
Other Useful commands
Display MLAT config
sudo systemctl status adsbexchange-mlat
sudo systemctl status adsbexchange-feed
sudo systemctl restart adsbexchange-feed
sudo systemctl restart adsbexchange-mlat
Finding Location & Elevation
The following website is great help finding your location (latitude and longitude) and elevation, remember the given elevation is ground so you will need to add your antenna height above the ground
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