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    Radar Indonesia

    Why I cant see all airplane who flying in Indonesia area....? thanks....

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    Suggest you read the Start - More Information., therefore you will gain more
    knowledge on how FR24 works.

    The answer is simply. there is no radar receivers operating.

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    After a few years, now in the sky Indonesia has begun to be seen aircraft traffic

    Thank you for the FR24 that has provided a loan of ADS-B Receiver to me with radar ID : F-WALL2

    Through the this tread, I want to ask:
    How do I create / add a new Thread in Forum-> Other Languages-> Sub Forum with the title Radar Indonesia

    Many thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by YC5NBX View Post
    After a few years, now in the sky Indonesia has begun to be seen aircraft traffic

    Thank you for the FR24 that has provided a loan of ADS-B Receiver to me with radar ID : F-WALL2

    Through the this tread, I want to ask:
    How do I create / add a new Thread in Forum-> Other Languages-> Sub Forum with the title Radar Indonesia

    Many thanks
    73 de YC5NBX (F-WALL2)
    Many thanks for the fantastic range from the fr24 kit you host, now planes passing Kalimantan and Sabah from/to Denpasar/Surabaya have continuous coverage now.

    Regarding your query maybe you need to contact support or raise it with admin?

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YC5NBX View Post
    After a few years, now in the sky Indonesia has begun to be seen aircraft traffic

    Thank you for the FR24 that has provided a loan of ADS-B Receiver to me with radar ID : F-WALL2

    Through the this tread, I want to ask:
    How do I create / add a new Thread in Forum-> Other Languages-> Sub Forum with the title Radar Indonesia

    Many thanks
    73 de YC5NBX (F-WALL2)
    YC5NBX,

    Hello there, since you are a licensed radio operator, any chance you can ask your contacts around Indonesia/Kalimantan to host the FR24 kit where coverage is lacking? I.e pontianak, Banjarmasin ( there is a receiver but it goes off quite a bit), Palang Kaya (looks like a place with hilly terrain), Sampit and more...? The power of ham radio is not to be underestimated. Hope you have contacts and able to let them know. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by North Borneo Radar View Post
    YC5NBX,

    Hello there, since you are a licensed radio operator, any chance you can ask your contacts around Indonesia/Kalimantan to host the FR24 kit where coverage is lacking? I.e pontianak, Banjarmasin ( there is a receiver but it goes off quite a bit), Palang Kaya (looks like a place with hilly terrain), Sampit and more...? The power of ham radio is not to be underestimated. Hope you have contacts and able to let them know. Thanks.
    Given the high amount of aircraft in this area, and as we are seeing now the lack of coverage, in particular around the Belitung Islands, I think thats a great idea, even though ham radio has seriously declined in recent years due to the internet, there are still a fair number of operators around, and most serious operators let their hobby dictate where they live, in other words - height

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ressy View Post
    Given the high amount of aircraft in this area, and as we are seeing now the lack of coverage, in particular around the Belitung Islands, I think thats a great idea, even though ham radio has seriously declined in recent years due to the internet, there are still a fair number of operators around, and most serious operators let their hobby dictate where they live, in other words - height
    18 mths ago, F-WSSS1 and T-WSSS4 used to be able to reach until the South Coast of Bangka Belitung Island when there were lack of feeders in Indonesia.

    Now, there are more feeders in Sumatera and I noticed my coverage have somehow been reduced.

    Good to see so many feeders covering the Java Sea Airways into Singapore and South China Sea.

    If Mike can get a Feeder at Pulau Natuna Besar - coverage into South China Sea will be greatly enhanced.

    ( Mike - are you listening ? hahahahaha )
    Cats refused to Pee & Pooh on RadarBox - Running a DVB-T Dongle to piss off The Chief Thief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdie View Post
    18 mths ago, F-WSSS1 and T-WSSS4 used to be able to reach until the South Coast of Bangka Belitung Island when there were lack of feeders in Indonesia.

    Now, there are more feeders in Sumatera and I noticed my coverage have somehow been reduced.

    Good to see so many feeders covering the Java Sea Airways into Singapore and South China Sea.

    If Mike can get a Feeder at Pulau Natuna Besar - coverage into South China Sea will be greatly enhanced.

    ( Mike - are you listening ? hahahahaha )
    For FR24 to send receivers, they need people to apply. No application from the area = no receivers.

    And of course, those areas are high on their wish list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YC5NBX View Post

    73 de YC5NBX (F-WALL2)
    hello OM, nice to see you here hehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by North Borneo Radar View Post
    YC5NBX,

    Hello there, since you are a licensed radio operator, any chance you can ask your contacts around Indonesia/Kalimantan to host the FR24 kit where coverage is lacking? I.e pontianak, Banjarmasin ( there is a receiver but it goes off quite a bit), Palang Kaya (looks like a place with hilly terrain), Sampit and more...? The power of ham radio is not to be underestimated. Hope you have contacts and able to let them know. Thanks.

    Ok, so far I have invited some friends of amateur radio in Pontianak Local and Pekanbaru Riau Province
    Hopefully anytime soon, there are some friends who are willing to host for FR24.

    Additionally I also have to invite all members of the Amateur Radio in Yahoo Group (ORARI-NEWS)

    Thanks.
    Jaka Lesmana - F-WALL2
    (sorry for my poor english)

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