GregoryGHarding wrote:i have a few planefinder.net boxes that output basestation
Is there even a usable timestamp in the basestation format? In any case you cant convert it to beast, and expect the mlat client to accept it as a beast timestamp, they are different. I use 2 SBS receivers where we pull data from 30006 or USB, and you must then keep this format and tell mlat-client it is an SBS timestamp.
GregoryGHarding wrote:and i have a few fr24 receivers that output raw
https://github.com/mutability/mlat-clie ... -receivers
The FlightRadar24 radarcape-based receiver. This produces a deliberately crippled timestamp in its output, making it useless for multilateration.
Like I suspected, none of your clients will work. Get clients that supports timestamps and it will work.