(192.168.120.90 is my original, “production” piaware).
Is this going to screw anything up as far as the data that gets fed to FlightAware? Is it going to wreak havoc with MLAT, since I believe this implementation of MLAT uses ADS-B timestamps as reference points? I dp see a heck of a lot more planes on my dump1090 local webpage now.
Is this the preferred method to feed Flightaware 978Mhz data?
That is what I do when my UAT feeder is running. It should not have any impact on MLAT. My understanding is that MLAT only works on the messages that are missing coordinates. Since the UAT data has coordinates, it is not fed into MLAT.