citationjet wrote:I am also an ADS-B feeder.
About 2 years ago my son gave me a FlightAware pro stick and Raspberry Pi as a birthday gift. I started out with the small antenna like in your first photo, and the Pi hardwired and the small antenna sitting in a window.
I upgraded to same antenna you have and mounted it outside, placed it on a 10 ft pole with a 10 m coax cable. I mounted my Pi under the eave of the roof out of the weather and on top of my outdoors speaker, with the Pi near a window. It works wireless with my WiFi. The Pi is plugged into an outside 110 outlet, so there are no wires entering my house.
I average about 3,000 aircraft a day with it, and about 400,000 position reports daily. My user ranking is about # 3,000, and I have been running continuously for about 125 days. The Enterprise User account is an added plus.
Here is a link to my feeder page. https://flightaware.com/adsb/stats/user/CitationJet#stats-103242
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