Setting up adspscope with Raspberry Pi

jepolch

Active Member
#1
I'm having a problem getting adsbcope on my Windows PC to display ADS-B data gleaned from my Raspberry Pi running dump1090. Searching the web, I've found only a couple of sites with instructions for this setup. I've followed the instructions on this site: http://bubbazanetti.blogspot.com.au/2013/09/raspberry-pi-wth-rtl-sdr-receiving-ads.html
I've configured networking and the RAW-data Client is active. Using tcpdump I can see the Pi talking to my PC on port 31001, and vice versa:
Code:
20:51:37.646939 IP 192.168.1.2.31001 > 192.168.1.151.62845: Flags [P.], seq 24141:24645, ack 1, win 457, length 504
20:51:37.647777 IP 192.168.1.2.31001 > 192.168.1.151.58112: Flags [P.], seq 24141:24645, ack 1, win 457, length 504
20:51:37.703415 IP 192.168.1.151.62845 > 192.168.1.2.31001: Flags [.], ack 24645, win 509, length 0
20:51:37.703445 IP 192.168.1.151.58112 > 192.168.1.2.31001: Flags [.], ack 24645, win 509, length 0
But nothing shows up in the adsbscope console.

Any help would be appreciated.
 
#2
try switching it between binary and whatever the formatted mode is - some of the presets don't work.
(by the way, virtual radar gives a better plot)
 

jepolch

Active Member
#3
try switching it between binary and whatever the formatted mode is - some of the presets don't work.
(by the way, virtual radar gives a better plot)
Thank you for the reply. I should have updated this thread. The problem was the port. I just needed to change the port from 31001 to 30005 and adsbscope began collecting data.