[USRP-users] Ettus B200 ADS-B on Windows?

Paul B paulanthonybrown at hotmail.co.uk
Mon Apr 20 14:18:03 EDT 2015

Hi Nick,

I’ve got everything running smoothly on Ubuntu now (using VMworkstation 11), and i’ve got gr-air-modes running as well. One thing i’m wondering is if it’s possible to send the data from gr-air-modes to planeplotter or adsbscope to plot the aircraft? I’ve tried setting gr-air-modes as an SBS1 server and connecting to it through Windows, but it doesn’t seem to want to work. I’ve got my VMworkstation Network Adapter set up as a NAT, not sure if thats correct or not. I know you can use Google Earth to plot the aircraft, but i’ve tried that also and had no luck in getting it working.

I’m wondering if theres something i’m missing thats causing it to not work?


From: Nick Foster 
Sent: Monday, April 20, 2015 5:19 PM
To: Paul B 
Cc: usrp-users at lists.ettus.com 
Subject: Re: [USRP-users] Ettus B200 ADS-B on Windows?

If you get Gnuradio and UHD installed, gr-air-modes works just fine on Windows and, of course, with the B200. Do you have specific problems with your Linux install you'd like to ask about? Seems like it might be something this list can help with. 


On Sun, Apr 19, 2015 at 8:24 AM, Paul B via USRP-users <usrp-users at lists.ettus.com> wrote:

  Hi there,

  First time i’ve posted here, but i could do with a little bit of help/advice.
  I recently got a B200 and i’ve managed to get it working fine in Windows 8.1 with HDSDR and SDR#. I do enjoy decoding ADS-B and used to use my RTL Dongle to do so before buying my B200. 
  I’ve tried to find a way to do this using the B200 on Windows, but i just can’t seem to find anything that’ll do the job. Is there anything i’d be able to use to decode ADS-B on Windows, or am i
  going to have to try and get my B200 working on Linux? (I’ve tried for 3 days now and can’t get it working on my vmware Ubuntu install)

  Any advice would be greatly appreciated,


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