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ADS-B Multiple Feeds

As a continuation of the Raspberry Pi Real-Time Flight Tracker Updated post, in which I demonstrated how to install and configure your Raspberry Pi to turn it into a data feeder for Flightradar24 and FlightAware, this post will:

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Raspberry Pi Real-Time Flight Tracker Updated

One of the many cool things you can do with your Raspberry Pi is to add a specific $20-$30 DVB-T USB dongle and install some software to turn your Pi into a real-time flight virtual radar (for radarspotting) or data feeder to FlightRadar24.com (FR24), FlightAware.com (FA), and PlaneFinder.net (PF). In return, all sites offer enhanced memberships while you maintain your feed to them. A real bonus for aviation enthusiasts!

Raspberry Pi Real-Time Flight Tracker

One of the many cool things you can do with your Raspberry Pi is to add a specific $20-$30 DVB-T USB dongle and install some software to turn your Pi into a real-time flight virtual radar (for radarspotting) or data feeder to FlightRadar24.com (FR24) and FlightAware.com (FA). In return both sites offer enhanced memberships while you maintain your feed to them. A real bonus for aviation enthusiasts!