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  1. what does rtl_test show, and you can try tuning with the rtl_fm software. rtl_fm -f 96.3e6 -W -s 200000 -r 48000 - | aplay -r 48k -f S16_LE also i would run the adsb rtl command as well and see if your truly getting adsb signels from your dongle. rtl_adsb
  2. I would say you might want to try one of the live Linux distros to rule out you windows configuration. Then you can run the rtl_test to make sure your not getting any loss and you can try the gqrx which is basically the same as sdr# but its based on gnuradio. I'm running the dongle from the hak shop though based on the same hardware I dont know if it comes with the same antenna so it could be something with the antenna or bad hardware if it has never worked. but I would try a live distro first to rule that all out before buying new hardware.
  3. What is your gain setting under configure? Do you get anything under narrow band? I to get the constant signal in the center when using sdr# but everything else works fine.. also is the blue light on; on the dongle not sure if the NooElec has that. Has it ever worked?
  4. I agree this is sweet. Can you share how you did in detail?
  5. I found a few books on amazon i might have to buy. http://www.amazon.com/Software-Defined-Radio-GNU-USRP/dp/0071498834 http://www.amazon.com/Software-Receiver-Design-Richard-Johnson-ebook/dp/B00E3UR92A/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1393530404&sr=1-1&keywords=gnuradio I think might be best to search git hub and the rtl-sdr site and look for projects people are already doing.
  6. Cool, thanks. I use a PPP script to use it currently on my linux machine. im thinking i might be able to do the same on the Mark V
  7. Does anyone happen to know if I can connect a ATT USB aircard to the USB port on the pineapple to get an internet connection?
  8. I agree Dump1090 would be good, but if you can see he asked for something that he did not have to compile from git. "Not with stuff I'd have to compile from source or get from github". I didn't see Dump1090 installed of the bat in Kali.
  9. You could make program launchers that run the commands in the background. you can launch the program from wine if it errors for the packages then you will need to install the i386 packages. You will just have to run it and see if it errors. You will need to try it and find out in regards to sudo, since i run it as root i don't need to, i would suspect your admin account would have enough privileges but you just need to play with it. Unfortunately you as with most things in linux you need to get familiar with command line. though gqrx is awesome you don't push you self using only Gui tools so if you want to expand your knowledge you need to get out of your comfort zone. Its some basic setup. For ADSB Scope the settings are the same as if you are running it on windows and you can watch the hak5 episode when Shennon uses it in windows and follow how she sets it up just change the port to 7777. "rtl_adsb | netcat -lp 7777"is running rtl_adsb. Not to confuse you more but its basically taking the output from rtl_adsb and piping that into netcat to a particular port in this case 7777. When you separate commands with | or the pipe symbol its taking the output from one command and piping it to the other command. Its one of the things that makes linux great and very powerful.
  10. You run the below line in a terminal to start streaming the data to port 7777 on your local machine. rtl_adsb | netcat -lp 7777 Once you download ADSB Scope: http://www.sprut.de/electronic/pic/projekte/adsb/adsb_fix.zip You will need to unzip the file: unzip adsb_fix.zip Im running as root, so if you are doing the same you can go to the path: cd /root/adsb_all/pc_software/adsbscope/26/ From that you can run the "adsbscope26f3_256.exe" via wine but you might need to install the i386 packages with the 3 commands i posted earlier wine will error and tell you if you need to. To run it in wine once your in the directory you simpley run: wine adsbscope26f3_256.exe Once that is going you can either follow the tutorial Shannon walks through in the video or: From the "Other" drop down you go to "network then network setup" for the presets at the bottom choose adsbscope and change the "RAW-data-server" to 7777. the "Raw-data-client" should also have 777 and URL 127.0.0.1 Then go other menu>Network>and click on Raw-data-client active after that you should start to see data on ADSB Scope
  11. yes you can use those to stream the raw ADS single to a particular port, and I provided the command to do it via netcat in the previous post. but the bottom line is you need a way to plot the adsb singles on a map ie ADSPScope that's all that program does is plot the data from rtl_adsb to a map. all netcat and socat is going to do is stream the data from your receiver on the ADSB frequencies to a port so in theory you could point ABSBScope on a windows machine to your Linux machine and it would be able to decode the data that was as well.
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