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Offline KenR

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Hi Guys,
I am a long standing user of Basestation and Flightradar24 on PC and Tablet
I have for some time been interested in setting up my own ADS-B receiver on a Raspberry Pi and feeding Flightradar24 and Flightaware - As well as seeing the output locally on a PC.

Both Flightradar24, and Flightaware have instructions on how to achieve this.

My question is really where to start - Should I build a Raspberry as per FR24 instructions first, and then move onto Flightaware - Or Visa Versa ?, AND
What do I need to view the Raspberry output on a windows PC (Or directly to an attached screen).

I am sure all the information is out there, and would be grateful if someone could point me where to start.

Thanks in anticipation.

Regards

Ken

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I'd download the PiAware image from the FlightAware website.  Get PiAware running, viewing your locally tracked aircraft on PiAware's Skyview browser map and aircraft list.

https://flightaware.com/adsb/piaware/build

When you're happy all is working as expected, add your FR24 feed.  There are loads of options for doing this. Here's one (there will be others):

https://discussions.flightaware.com/t/raspberry-pi-docker-from-blank-sd-to-feeding-in-15-mins/17742
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Thanks Anmer.  Ken

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Have a look here for various available options:

Bake a Pi