I use Mode AC from dump1090-fa to feed the data to PlanePlotter. You need to edit the dump1090-fa config file:
sudo nano /etc/default/dump1090-fa
and include --modeac in the RECEIVER OPTIONS line
Save the edit and restart dump1090-fa (sudo systemctl restart dump1090-fa)
I've reinstalled version 4.2.70 and that is running fine. Isn't that the previous version?
My PF Radar Receiver also attempted an upgrade but that failed too...see attached message from the log
I've had the same problem updating two RPi3bs. It did run for about one minute (viewed the new map display) and then stops. Tried sudo systemctl restart pfclient and that gets it running again but only for ca. 60 secs. I've checked the log and it looks fine although no lines showing that any...
The settings of the PF client should be: Tcp address should be the IP of your Raspberry Pi (e.g. 192.168.x.x). Tcp Port should be set as 30005 and the data in Beast format.
Hopefully that should work for you
Is there a server problem. Whilst I'm seeing aircraft I am feeding using a Planefinder Receiver Radar on My PF client page (although not a smooth animation) there are no mlat aircraft displaying?
I got in touch with Mark who has kindly repaired it for me and so I am now back online.
One further question - I have been trying to use Modesmixer2 to take the data from the PF Radar Receiver using Port 30054 and display it in Basestation (just a personal preference for displaying...
I bought a Planefinder Radar Receiver from you over two years ago. About 6 months ago, the brass terminal fitting onto which you screw the antenna cable came loose from the circuit board. I didn't do anything about it at the time but it is stupid to have an expensive piece of kit just sat in...
I keep experiencing an error when using Google Maps in the Plane Finder Client. The error message is 'This page can't load Google Maps correctly' A darkened map appears with 'For development purposes only' written across it. Is this problem unique to me or a system error? Is there any way to...
I have been feeding data via my Pi using Client 3.5.461 for over a month. Yesterday the feed became erratic but I seemed to have solved it by rebooting the Pi. However, today it has stopped feeding entirely. Any suggestions on how to resolve this would be appreciated. The Pi is working fine...