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Wackofcb

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Airband vhf flightstick
« on: January 25, 2023, 07:35:06 AM »
Hello
I am new to ads-b I have a question I have bought the Radarbox Ads-b flight stick, radar box 1090mhz filter and radar box airband vhf stick and would like to run on Raspberry pi 4 But now I have a problem I live in Belgium and am not allowed to do live feed VHF so now i am looking for a program where i can listen to my Vhf locally is there anyone who can help me please
best regards serge

Aerotower

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Re: Airband vhf flightstick
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2023, 10:21:29 AM »
Hello Wackofcb,

You can use the icecast2 to listening locally but away from your home.
Just install the rtl_airband script and then the icecast2 and only use the local feed.

https://github.com/charlie-foxtrot/RTLSDR-Airband/wiki
https://github.com/charlie-foxtrot/RTLSDR-Airband/wiki/Configuring-Icecast-outputs

This is my local listening:
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devices:
({
  disable = false;
  type = "rtlsdr";
  serial = "00000040"; #RadarboxVHF
  gain = 25.4;  #Gain values: 19.7 20.7 22.9 25.4 28.0 29.7 32.8 33.8 36.4 37.2 38.6 40.2
  centerfreq = 123.3;
  mode = "multichannel";
  sample_rate = 2.56;
  buffer = 10;
  correction = 44;
  channels:
  (
    {
      freq = 122.700;
     #squelch_threshold = ( -46 );
      afc = 1;
      labels = ( "LPEV - 122.7" );
      outputs: (
        {
  disable = false;
  type = "icecast";
  server = "aerotower.ddns.net";
          port = 8000;
          mountpoint = "LPEV";
          name = "LPEV 122.705";
          genre = "AFIS";
          username = "source";
          password = "******";
  description = "Evora Information";
  send_scan_freq_tags = true;
},

But i use my ddns to listening outside home. You can use 127.0.0.1 to listening only inside your network.

Wackofcb

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Re: Airband vhf flightstick
« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2023, 02:52:58 PM »
Hello Aerotower

Thanx for  your reply i will try it out

grts Wackofcb