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  • Mike
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    There is a support thread for questions regarding the feeding software
    http://forum.flightradar24.com/threa...oftware-thread!)

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  • BraveAir
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    Originally posted by Mike View Post
    Download the software from here: http://feed.flightradar24.com/
    Hi Mike ,,, I'm a new user of FR24,,, I subscribe to "AirNav RadarBox 2009" .. I've signed up and follow the box data but I'm still shown as of line and no sharing key is displayed in the box... the radar box according to help files in that system shows TCP at 40004 not TCP30003 ,, am I suposed to change local host to 40004 even though it comes up as 30003... I am not that proficient at manipulating computer files so any help here... Thanks in Advance... Doug ...

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  • G3LMO
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    THURS 17th

    Hi Birdie....

    Great pick up range on UAL7 inbound to WSSS again today, and it was running on time again.

    Came up at 1535Z N2.7044 E107.52526 which was near enough over head LAUt NATUNA ISLAND at FL390

    So.....new colinear antenna appears to be working well. Can't wait to see any more improvement when on roof???

    Wish you could be 24/7 feed.....But understand re not wanting to leave PC running when at work there.

    73

    Nev (G3LMO/VS1GC/DL2ZN/DL5XD/PA9JI/VK5ANC/VE3MSH/VS9MB
    Wiltshire UK

    www.G3LMO.com

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  • Birdie
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    Originally posted by Anmer View Post
    Birdie, are you saying that in RadarBox Version 4.04 you CANNOT disable sharing to the AirNav network?
    I just discovered something else - Under " Preference, 3D View " = if you changed some of the settings, AirNav System will RESET them for you to some other values when you closed the Pop-up window.

    Nasty People !

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  • G3LMO
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    Originally posted by Birdie View Post
    No, I am "Radar: T-WSSS4".

    I can see far out into Mersing in North North West into Malaysia, Sedanau Island in the North-East in South China Sea ( NOT West Philippines Sea ! ) - to the west coast of Pemangkat / Singkawan in West Borneo and to Bangka Belitung Island in the south south east - using that AirNav supplied flimsy antenna with a disc on the inside of my room window.

    If I use a high gain outdoor collinear antenna with Mast Head Amplifier, I can't imagine how far I can see.

    Will try home brew the collinear antenna using RG 213 this coming holiday season.
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    MONDAY 14th Jan.......Hi Birdie.

    Think you have somehow improved the reception of WSSS4 considerably into FR24 over last 24 hours or so. Wonder what you have done? Perhaps antenna change to Outdoor. Can now plot arrivals and departures at low levels (as well as high level). Let me know more please regarding your details.....exact location etc, if that's ok with you (Maybe better to: nevcooper@G3LMO.com if you prefer). Was at RAF Changi for many years flying the VIP aircraft for Commander-in-Chief Far East (Adm Sir David LUCE) where ever he wished to go in Far East. Was Officer I/C the Changi Ham Radio Club (VS1GZ) for some years. My own call being VS1GC from home in Siglap Road. Daughter (who went to school in Katong) now is a senior F/A with United/Continental, and comes in and out of WSSS on UAL6/7 from RJTT/NRT.

    Rgds

    Nev (G3LMO/VS1GC/DL2ZN/DL5XD/PA9JI/VK5ANC/VE3MSH/VS9MB
    Wiltshire UK

    www.G3LMO.com
    Last edited by G3LMO; 2013-01-14, 16:13.

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  • Birdie
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    Originally posted by Mike View Post
    Download the software from here: http://feed.flightradar24.com/
    I just checked the range of my coverage with the little flimsy antenna placed inside the window edge = 280 nm.

    One Fantastic Installation that puls in Great signal IMG-20121223-00614_zpsb614fd92.jpg

    IMG-20121223-00614_zpsb614fd92.jpg

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  • Birdie
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    Originally posted by Anmer View Post
    That's very naughty of AirNav.
    " Naughty " is too mild a word.

    Disgusting, no ethic and THEFT are the proper words.

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  • Anmer
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    That's very naughty of AirNav.

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  • Birdie
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    Originally posted by Anmer View Post
    Birdie, are you saying that in RadarBox Version 4.04 you CANNOT disable sharing to the AirNav network?
    Correct. Even though I unchecked it - Flight Data is still streaming to AirNav server.

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  • Anmer
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    Birdie, are you saying that in RadarBox Version 4.04 you CANNOT disable sharing to the AirNav network?

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  • Birdie
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    Originally posted by SoCalBrian View Post
    I see aircraft coming from "Radar: T-WSSS4" now on FR24 and on RB24.

    Thanks for uploading to FR24

    I am leaving my AirNav Box running for the next 12 hours. Enjoy the tracking.

    Note: AirNav ( RB24 ) - you can STEAL MY Flight Data for the next 12 hours.

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  • SoCalBrian
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    I see aircraft coming from "Radar: T-WSSS4" now on FR24 and on RB24.

    Thanks for uploading to FR24

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  • Birdie
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    Originally posted by SoCalBrian View Post
    If you are "Radar: T-WSSS2" I see it on the FR24 map... It's working! Nice coverage for your area.
    Plus your data isn't showing up on RadarBox24 for the Singapore area

    No, I am "Radar: T-WSSS4".

    I can see far out into Mersing in North North West into Malaysia, Sedanau Island in the North-East in South China Sea ( NOT West Philippines Sea ! ) - to the west coast of Pemangkat / Singkawan in West Borneo and to Bangka Belitung Island in the south south east - using that AirNav supplied flimsy antenna with a disc on the inside of my room window.

    If I use a high gain outdoor collinear antenna with Mast Head Amplifier, I can't imagine how far I can see.

    Will try home brew the collinear antenna using RG 213 this coming holiday season.
    Last edited by Birdie; 2012-12-20, 06:35. Reason: correct area of coverage

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  • SoCalBrian
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    If you are "Radar: T-WSSS2" I see it on the FR24 map... It's working! Nice coverage for your area.
    Plus your data isn't showing up on RadarBox24 for the Singapore area

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  • Mike
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    Sig up for a premium account on http://www.flightradar24.com/premium/ and you can check the status of you feed on that page.

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