Rosetta is an inexpensive portable, electronic traffic awareness system developed by PilotAware that is used to help you “See” other aircraft and for you to "Be Seen” by PilotAware users and OGN-R stations for the purpose of tracking and Search and Rescue. This can be GA aircraft, Permit aircraft, Microlights, Hangliders and Paragliders. PilotAware is also available as a permanent installation.

Click Here for a detailed summary of how PilotAware works.

PilotAware Rx (1090/869.5MHz)

P3I: from PilotAware equipped aircraft.
ADS-B: from an ADS-B Out transponder
Mode-C: from a Mode C transponder
Mode-S: from a Mode S transponder
FLARM*: From a FLARM transceiver*When in range of an OGN-R transceiver.

PilotAware Tx (869.MHz)

GPS Location: Coordinates relayed from onboard GPS
Aircraft Altitude: Taken from GPS
Aircraft's HexCode: An editable configuration setting
Aircrafts G-Info: An editable configuration setting

Using PilotAware

PilotAware has been made as easy to use as possible, whilst still keeping it feature rich and very capable. PilotAware can be connected to 10 different navigation packages simultaneously. This allows you to tailor your experience. 

Configuration of Rosetta is easy and intuitive. This is done via a mobile device connected to the Rosetta WiFi and typing in into a modern web browser (Safari, Chrome). This will open the Rosetta front end that will allow you to configure your PilotAware unit to suit your specific requirements.
Getting Started

All that is required in addition to Rosetta is a suitable power supply. Rosetta comes pre-tested with instructions on how to activate your first year software key Simple.

Rosetta comes with the following:

Raspberry Pi 3
All in one Case
Internal Wifi
Integrated barometer
869.5 MHz SDR Bridge and Dipole Antenna
1090 MHz SDR (low noise) and Dipole Antenna

Rosetta requires:

A modern mobile device or tablet (i.e. iPad)
A USB Power Supply 5.2V 2.1A. 
(We recommend Anker power products. Available inexpensively from Amazon)