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gr-air-modes

A software-defined radio receiver for Mode S transponder signals, including ADS-B reports from equipped aircraft.

Multiple output formats are supported:

  • Raw (or minimally processed) output of packet data
  • Parsed text
  • SQLite database
  • KML for use with Google Earth
  • SBS-1-compatible output for use with e.g. PlanePlotter or Virtual Radar Server
  • FlightGear multiplayer interface for real-time display of traffic within the simulator

Installed size: 581 KB
How to install: sudo apt install gr-air-modes

  • libair-modes1
  • libc6
  • libgcc-s1
  • libgnuradio-runtime3.8.2
  • liblog4cpp5v5
  • libpython3.9
  • libstdc++6
  • python3
  • python3
  • python3-zmq
modes_rx

Gnuradio Mode-S/ADS-B receiver

root@kali:~# modes_rx -h
gr-air-modes warning: numpy+scipy not installed, FlightGear interface not supported
Usage: modes_rx: [options]

Options:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -l LOCATION, --location=LOCATION
                        GPS coordinates of receiving station in format
                        xx.xxxxx,xx.xxxxx
  -a REMOTE, --remote=REMOTE
                        specify additional servers from which to take data in
                        format tcp://x.x.x.x:y,tcp://....
  -n, --no-print        disable printing decoded packets to stdout
  -K KML, --kml=KML     filename for Google Earth KML output
  -P, --sbs1            open an SBS-1-compatible server on port 30003
  -m MULTIPLAYER, --multiplayer=MULTIPLAYER
                        FlightGear server to send aircraft data, in format
                        host:port

  Receiver setup options:
    -s SOURCE, --source=SOURCE
                        Choose source: uhd, osmocom, <filename>, or <ip:port>
                        [default=uhd]
    -t PORT, --tcp=PORT
                        Open a TCP server on this port to publish reports
    -R SUBDEV, --subdev=SUBDEV
                        select USRP Rx side A or B
    -A ANTENNA, --antenna=ANTENNA
                        select which antenna to use on daughterboard
    -D ARGS, --args=ARGS
                        arguments to pass to radio constructor
    -f FREQ, --freq=FREQ
                        set receive frequency in Hz [default=1090000000.0]
    -g dB, --gain=dB    set RF gain
    -r RATE, --rate=RATE
                        set sample rate [default=4000000.0]
    -T THRESHOLD, --threshold=THRESHOLD
                        set pulse detection threshold above noise in dB
                        [default=7.0]
    -p, --pmf           Use pulse matched filtering [default=False]
    -d, --dcblock       Use a DC blocking filter (best for HackRF Jawbreaker)
                        [default=False]

libair-modes1

A software-defined radio receiver for Mode S transponder signals, including ADS-B reports from equipped aircraft.

This package provides a shared library.

Installed size: 136 KB
How to install: sudo apt install libair-modes1

  • libc6
  • libgcc-s1
  • libgnuradio-pmt3.8.2
  • libgnuradio-runtime3.8.2
  • liblog4cpp5v5
  • libstdc++6

Updated on: 2021-Nov-26