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    I was testing out my DIY antenna today and received some messages from a Korean Air cargo plane:
    Code:
    [#3 (F:131.725 L:-23 E:0) 26/07/2020 13:06:46.810 --------------------------------
    Mode : G Label : B9 Id : 2 Nak
    Aircraft reg: HL7603 Flight id: KE8505
    No: M43A
    Reassembly: skipped
    /EDDF.TI2/040EDDFAB7C2
    ##########################
    Destination Airport : EDDF
    and

    Code:
    [#3 (F:131.725 L:-17 E:0) 26/07/2020 13:02:56.120 --------------------------------
    Mode : E Label : H1 Id : 7 Nak
    Aircraft reg: HL7603 Flight id: KE8505
    No: C76A
    Sublabel: CF
    Reassembly: in progress
    /.
    
    
    
    A RPT1 PG1 L-PRESENT LEG FAULTS SUMMARY LT 26JUL20 0257
    B HL7603 26JUL20 1302 KAL8505 RKSI/EDDF 685-2270-012 PW-508 ER
    
    
    NO FLIGHT DECK EFFECTS REPORTED
    DURING THIS FLIGHT
    
    END OF
    ETB
    I tried decoding this but with no luck, I couldn't find any resources on the internet. Some help or links to resources on this topic would be appreciated!

  • #2
    They're already decoded by looks.

    First one appears to be a route confirm (destination)

    The 2nd looks like an informative message. Looks like previously reported fault by a pilot and the new crew has been asked to look out for the same to confirm. or they reporting one to the engineers to look at once on ground

    The mode/label and so on can often tell what they refer to.

    More info as to the message types etc:
    https://forum.flightradar24.com/foru...9762#post89762
    http://acarsonline.pbworks.com/w/pag...20%28United%29
    Posts not to be taken as official support representation - Just a helpful uploader who tinkers

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