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Traditionally the front. Some units are wireless, but have a minimal range and cannot transmit through the riders obstruction. Most cabel harnesses will route up the front brake line.
If you are desiring it to work on a "trainer", its best to invest in a cadence (crank arm rpm)sensor. Your speed is not as important on the trainer, but monitoring your cadence in relation to your heart rate is key.
A QR rear axle CAN be retro-fitted to your wheel by a bike shop and it would make wheel removal for repair much easier. If you DO go this route make sure to get an old-school rounded QR where the handle is not overlapping the end of the axle.
you need a "bullit" skewer, (if you don't have one already) on your back wheel.
This is rounded at both ends to sit in the clamps on the turbo trainer.Make sure that the wheel unit on the trainer is low enough so that you can mount your bike. clamp in the back wheel, not too tight as you will cause damage to your hub. Raise the wheel on the trainer to the back wheel of your bike, again, not too tigt as there will be a lot of heat from the friction of the wheel against it, but tight enough to prevent slipping. get on your bike and prepare to sweat like hell!!!
I hope this was of some help,