Port 10001 Data

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APO
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Re: Port 10001 Data

Postby APO » July 14th, 2010, 8:21 pm

OK i understood and just wonder because on his download site i saw that at below link:
http://www.faime.demon.co.uk/download/i ... _proxy.jpg ,that screen never opened on my PC...

shadow76
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Re: Port 10001 Data

Postby shadow76 » July 15th, 2010, 6:31 am

Hi

I will decode the raw data and display it on my GUI (without using any other soft) , soon as possible because i am very busy now, maybe will take 15 days, and i will pubilsh it on this forum.

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Re: Port 10001 Data

Postby shadow76 » August 12th, 2010, 3:30 pm

HI
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acme123
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Re: Port 10001 Data

Postby acme123 » August 16th, 2010, 7:14 pm

Ok, I'll byte (pardon the pun):

I'd love to be able to get the raw data off of Port 10001 as well, but I keep reading from everyone that it's "encrypted". Can anyone elaborate on that aspect?

For example, when I connect in to Port 10001, I get packets that start with 10 02 xx where xx is the packet type, but all of the data after that seems inconsistent and doesn't appear to match the expected SBS packets that would start with an 0x8D.

I'm looking to write my own code to process the data stream off of Port 10001; the rationale behind this is that 1) we want our software to be able to run without Basestation, 2) we want to be able to massage the data enough to trim it up and make sending it over slower ethernet lines less hoggish, 3) we can't use a third party box, we want to capitalize on the already-existing SBS-1 user base out there.

I definitely appreciate any help anyone could offer :)

shadow76
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Re: Port 10001 Data

Postby shadow76 » August 18th, 2010, 5:36 am

acme123 wrote:Ok, I'll byte (pardon the pun):

I'd love to be able to get the raw data off of Port 10001 as well, but I keep reading from everyone that it's "encrypted". Can anyone elaborate on that aspect?

For example, when I connect in to Port 10001, I get packets that start with 10 02 xx where xx is the packet type, but all of the data after that seems inconsistent and doesn't appear to match the expected SBS packets that would start with an 0x8D.

I'm looking to write my own code to process the data stream off of Port 10001; the rationale behind this is that 1) we want our software to be able to run without Basestation, 2) we want to be able to massage the data enough to trim it up and make sending it over slower ethernet lines less hoggish, 3) we can't use a third party box, we want to capitalize on the already-existing SBS-1 user base out there.

I definitely appreciate any help anyone could offer :)



Hi

i agree with you.

i built a software to display the radar data, and now i can connect to 10001 port to read the encoded SBS data....but i didn't decode the raw data yet....it need what it's called reverse engineering...and there is no info about this raw packet type.

edgy31

Re: Port 10001 Data

Postby edgy31 » August 18th, 2010, 12:17 pm

acme123 wrote:I definitely appreciate any help anyone could offer


Have you looked at Mark's Perl proxy code?

http://www.faime.demon.co.uk/download/index.html

It's for ethernet SBS-1, but the same decoding would apply when converted for use with USB.

acme123
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Re: Port 10001 Data

Postby acme123 » August 23rd, 2010, 11:06 pm

Hey edgy - yep... I downloaded it and picked it apart and translated it into a .NET platform for Windows, and I've made great progress to the point where I can now connect to the SBS-1, grab the raw data, login and descramble the info. Now I just need to finish the tedious part of processing the individual messages. I'm surprised that there are a few other libraries out there but they're all closed source.

It would help if there were some simple libraries to process the DF17 messages, particularly to pull out the lat/lon, airspeed, and callsign. Those are what I'm working on now.

If you know of anyone who has done this in an open-source manner, I'd love to get ahold of some decent code :)

Thanks for the pointers! You've been a great help!

edgy31

Re: Port 10001 Data

Postby edgy31 » August 24th, 2010, 3:01 am

Are you doing C#?

Maybe start a google code open source project after getting the SBS connector authors permission.
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acme123
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Re: Port 10001 Data

Postby acme123 » August 24th, 2010, 1:41 pm

There is no SBS connector involved; my code talks directly to the device.

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Re: Port 10001 Data

Postby coupe » August 24th, 2010, 2:40 pm

acme123 wrote:I downloaded it and picked it apart and translated it into a .NET platform for Windows.


cool...


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