Here we take a look at the ADSB Exchange Deluxe Dual SDR Feeder Kit for an easy installation experience.
Metal case holding a Pi 4B, and two SDRs – one filtered on 1090mhz, the other unfiltered for use on 978 or VHF/ACARS, etc. The case itself is made of aluminum and serves as a heatsink for the pi and SDRs, resulting in no moving parts! The aluminum is in direct contact with the Pi CPU and other components to efficiently shed heat.
- Raspberry Pi 4
- 1090 SDR with Filter & LNA (our blue stick)
- 978 SDR with LNA (our orange stick)
- High Endurance microSD with ADSBx feeder software
- SMA Y splitter
- 8-inch “Rubber Duck” Starter antennas for 1090 and 978mhz.
- Additional 1090Mhz external filter, for use in environments close to cellular towers or other significant RF interference.
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