The comparison page is now online. Compare two ads-b receivers side by side.
Way too many errors before it went to beta release.
It should have been released as ALPHA to the companies making those products.
Wonder why it didn't do a ALPHA release first before allowing the search engines to index all the errors doing this Beta release this week!
It only talked about one Flightradar24 receiver. Doesn't say if it's "customer bought/owned paid receiver" should make it clear it's not talking about the FR24 free receiver owned only by FR24.
Some reason it it shows a big red "X" for USB for the FR24 hardware unit. It has two type of USB ports on the unit!
It doesn't show "WebCam or AIS" can be hooked up to the FR24 customer receiver.
It only list "Airnav Radarbox 3d" and not "Airnav Radarbox Pro"
Just like what KineticChris said about the SBS product line on one of the RS thread. Too many errors released on this "Beta" release.
You beat me to it Dave.
All Kinetic Products Have USB connectivity
SBS-1 mk1 and mk2 have an Ethernet option
No Mention of the SBS-1e or the SBS-1eR which both have Ethernet as well as USB
No mention in the feature list that the SBS-3 also decodes up to 6 ACARS channels simultaneously
No mention in the feature list that the SBS-3 also decodes AIS
Not a comparison just a Feature list that is inaccurate.
The comparison list Shows the Airnav 3D at €363 which is incorrect the link goes to the non 3d version (which is out of stock) the 3d Version is €566.94
Perhaps the person who put the site together should contact suppliers or distributors and check features before giving potential users the wrong information.
It would also be nice to be asked before simply lifting images from websites
There are other comparisons around just search some of the many other Radar spotting Forums
Also just curious why did it take two months for the administrator to reply?
Great idea to do a comparison and it could be very popular if it is accurate and fair
I guess you didn't get the hint.
DAN you should have those companies review the product page about their product before it went to "Public Beta"/ Search Engine indexing.
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