More About ADS-B

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Setting up your own ADS-B Receiver

FlightAware's website has some easy to follow steps and purchasing recommendations on what you need to get started.  

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Setting up your own VRS Server

Virtual Radar Server allows you to take raw data from an ADS-B receiver and unlock more potential analysis than what you will see via Flightaware or other websites like it. 


Setting up your own VRS server requires a dedicated computer and a little knowledge of IP networking and HTML.  

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HVDN & ADS-B

If you do not wish to run your own  ADS-B receiver or VRS server, we provide our members with access to our closest receiver to your location for a small donation.


HERE IS A VIDEO TUTORIAL ABOUT THE HVDN VRS ADS-B PROJECT AND WHAT YOU GAIN ACCESS TO AS A SUPPORTER


If you have your own ADS-B receiver and you would like to share your feed, we can integrate that into our master VRS server. No donation is required as this only makes the HVDN ADS-B project more robust, so that is a nice trade off.  Please contact info@hvdn.org for more information.

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