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Technical Support / Re: Rosetta suddenly stops working
« on: August 01, 2022, 05:05:06 pm »
After the suggestion by Steve, check if one of the usb devices have go e faulty pulling down the power
After seeing the voltage error, unplug the GPS and SDR
Does the voltage error continue?
Thanks for suggestion, you are right.
I discovered that unplugging the 1090SDR cause the Status revert to green, voltage to OK and GPS came back alive (see screenshot).
I dont have another Rosetta for testing, so I must assume that the SDR is broken.
What SDR must I buy as spare part and where i can found it? I live in Italy

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Technical Support / Re: Rosetta suddenly stops working
« on: July 31, 2022, 12:52:21 pm »
Screenshots here

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Technical Support / Rosetta suddenly stops working
« on: July 31, 2022, 12:51:16 pm »
My Rosetta don't works anymore.
GPS and 1090 are always in "unavailable" red condition.
Voltage starts "ok" but revert in "error" in a few

I already tried:
- changed 2 different GPS dongles
- Formatting SD and reinstalling software
- changing many different power sources

What can I do? Help me, please!

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Whilst we were unaware that Italy did not follow the rest of Europe in the harmonisation of the 860 Band
It was and it is following ;)

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Technical Support / Re: Help Funke transponder ttr800a connection
« on: November 28, 2021, 08:29:18 am »
Ok, this is a screenshoot taken from another Rosetta following me ( I am 31DD1E)
He have seen me always pointing nord and 0 Knots speed. I'm pretty sure he was receiving my ADS-B signal, not the PAW.

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Technical Support / Re: Help Funke transponder ttr800a connection
« on: November 28, 2021, 07:57:27 am »
Maybe I have the same problem with my Funke 800, with ADS-B receiving equipped aircraft seeing me always "nord up". Let me investigating about this. If it's true, I also will ask for bug fixing file, if it's possible. Thanks.

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Technical Support / Re: Help Funke transponder ttr800a connection
« on: November 23, 2021, 11:49:30 am »
Thanks a lot!

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Technical Support / Re: Help Funke transponder ttr800a connection
« on: November 22, 2021, 11:56:56 am »
Dos anyone have a raccomended USB to RS232 cable to use with a Funke TRT800H, available on Amazon?

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General Discussion / Re: Bluetooth Adapters - Experiences/Recommendations
« on: October 26, 2021, 12:15:28 pm »
...in my case to combine the audio warnings from PilotAware and from SkyDemon on my iPad mini...

Does SkyDemon not give audio alerts of traffic itself? I just assumed it would but have no direct experience of this.
Yes, it does and I use those alerts instead of the Pilotaware alerts because SD also warn me about obstacles, airpaces and other.

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General Discussion / Re: Bluetooth Adapters - Experiences/Recommendations
« on: October 07, 2021, 10:54:15 am »
Many headset have an aux in female connector on a side.
If your headset has it, you can use a cheap adapter to feed bluethooth audio in


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Technical Support / Re: 1090 not working
« on: July 25, 2021, 05:46:10 pm »
I can confirm it was a microSD issue.
With a new installation on another SD the problem was solved.
The only symptom was the "1090 unavailable". Neither the log report any error

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Technical Support / Re: 1090 not working
« on: July 20, 2021, 07:14:02 pm »
A friend of mine has the same problem, "1090 unavailable".
I have his Rosetta in my hands for testing and repairs, I will try installing a different SDR grabbed from another Rosetta.
Ok, it is not the SRD, but is the software corruption. I tried with another SD card from another Rosetta and everything is working fine.
Now I try formatting a different SD and reinstall the software

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Technical Support / Re: 1090 not working
« on: July 19, 2021, 05:56:07 pm »
A friend of mine has the same problem, "1090 unavailable".
I have his Rosetta in my hands for testing and repairs, I will try installing a different SDR grabbed from another Rosetta.

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General Discussion / Re: Enroute Flight Navigation
« on: July 05, 2021, 06:06:36 pm »
Thanks for you feedback.
I am not the developer of Enroute flight Navigation, but if you like I can forward to him your comments.
He wrote me that at present time there are about 10k installations, half of them in Germany.
I don't know how many pilots really use Enroute Flight Navigation, I installed it just to check if it really works with Rosetta, but to fly
 I always use (and pay  :) ) skydemon.
The lack of airfields on English map may depend from the resources used to collect aeronautical data, that are mantained by volunteers.

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General Discussion / Enroute Flight Navigation
« on: July 03, 2021, 04:42:49 pm »
Enroute Flight Navigation is a simple, limited features but absolutely free flight navigation app for Android, published under the GNU General Public License.
("absolutely free" also means that you have not to compare it with Skydemon or other paid software. If you want the skydemon features, please buy skydemon  ;))
It takes my attention because it is claimed to work with Traffic Receivers, so I tested it with my Pilotaware Rosetta, and it works, indeed!
The map shows positional traffics nearby. Their color changes from green to yellow when the traffics become near (I suppose the color turns red if they become REALLY near), they are shown as an arrow with a label with level difference and trend (increasing, standing, decreasing)
You can find more in the FAQ section on
https://akaflieg-freiburg.github.io/enroute/

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