|Product Dimensions||9 x 2 x 1 cm; 22.96 Grams|
AirNav RadarBox FlightStick UAT - 978 MHz USB Receiver with Integrated Filter, Amplifier and ESD Protection
|Price:||+ S$7.06 Delivery|
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- Integrated 978 MHz Band Pass Filter and ESD protection.
- 20.5dB in-built Amplifier that guarantees 25-100% increased range.
- Compatible with Raspberry Pi and Windows PC.
- Track flights and view real-time ADS-B flight data parameters like position, speed, altitude.
- FREE Radarbox.com Business Subscription for ADS-B Feeders.
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The AirNav RadarBox FlightStick UAT 978 MHz is a portable and inexpensive UAT ADS-B receiver dongle designed for flight tracking. This version includes an integrated Amplifier, Filter, and Static Protection for maximum reception range and optimal 978 MHz performance. Track real-time flight positions, altitude, origin, destination, speed & other flight parameters and view live data on Radarbox.com and on our mobile apps. Makes excellent gifts for aviation geeks, hobbyists, and pilots!
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You will read complaints here and elsewhere that these units run HOT, and they do. So do the Nanos. But the same "fix" works for both - remove the plastic case, to allow better air circulation.
My current working configuration places the RPi and both a FlightAware 1090 and RadarBox 978 receiver in a water-resistant box mounted directly below the antenna and powered via a PoE hat. Temperatures in the box have remained reasonable with outside temps from -10F through (so far) 97F, and both receivers continue to work just fine.