Ist ring is 100 miles, 2nd ring 150 & 3rd ring 200 miles.
Is that an SBS unit?Ron
Thanks - just like to keep an eye on my coverage range so that I know when coax or something else is falling short on the coverage.
Added the stats from my FlightAware feed - still working on increasing the number of position reports from 250+ miles. Might need to raise the antenna on a tower.
Yes - SBS-3 at Villas NJ site and SBS-1 at PA site. I use LMR400 from DPD ADS-B antennas at each site.Is that an SBS unit?
I installed LMR600 for my ADSB work. It helped with the lengthy cable run I have here.
Nice! I have the same DPD antenna, up at about 95ft. I'd love to find an SBS3 one of these days. I've had the SBS1 since 2007, and it is solid.Yes - SBS-3 at Villas NJ site and SBS-1 at PA site. I use LMR400 from DPD ADS-B antennas at each site.
The Villas NJ ADS-B antenna is currently in the attic since I was testing an AIS antenna on its tripod mount. Will probably swap them back out when I get a chance on the roof.
FlightAware and FlightRadar24 are feed from the Villas site as well. FlightAware off the same antenna as the SBS-3 and FlightRadar from a 1090 MHz antenna in the radio room. Was feeding ADS-B exchange for a bit with the same Raspberry Pi4 as the FlightRadar 24 feed but I goofed something up in the software and lost the ADS-B exchange portion. One of these days I will get another Pi4 setup for ADS-B but not high on my list at the moment.