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  • Birdie
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    Mike,

    Congratulations for sending out those FREE receivers and to those volunteers who use their own resources to feed FR24..

    Look at the " unique coverage " Flightradar24.com provide in South East Asia, South Asia and North Asia.

    Unique coverage on 9 July 2013.jpg

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  • Birdie
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    Originally posted by Mike View Post


    This is a banner that RB24 is using "10 000 radarbox units streaming real-time flight data from over 100 countries"


    http://www.airnavsystems.com/forum/i...91627#msg91627

    "in just one week and after we deployed our brand new data sharing application from non-RadarBox ADS-B receivers, we've added 100 more data sharing users to our RadarBox Network (which feeds both RadarBox Windows Client software and and our RadarBox24.com). we are adding new sharers at a rate of more than 15 per day."


    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...7467531&type=1

    Have an aviation website? Get more visitors by adding a RadarBox24 widget for free.
    Over 300 sites have done so in the last 2 months.



    When FR24 have 1.300 feeders, RB24 have 10.000 feeders.
    When FR24 adds 2-3 new feeds per day, RB24 adds 15 new feeds per day.
    When FR24 have 20 widget users after 6 years, RB24 have 300 widget users after 3 months.

    For some strange reason RB24 must always be 7-15 times bigger/better than FR24.
    Is there anyone who actually believes in what Mr.Brandeo is writing?

    Checkout the attached Picture.

    You will notice FR24 receiver received MORE aircrafts than RadarBox. Therefore, Radarbox MUST deploy 7 - 15 times the number of Radarbox to achieve the same coverage - which live up to their claim - Radarbox24 UNIQUE coverage.

    I was cleaning off the dust from my PERMANENTLY POWERED OFF Radarbox which I used as a Paper-weight - I decided to power it on to check it is is still working.

    Then I made a surprised discovery - my Serial Number was displayed in RB24.com - immediately I noticed it received to few aircrafts.

    Then I maximised Flightradar24.com and discovered Flightradar24 Receiver received 7 - 15 times MORE aircrafts than Radarbox.

    Flightradar24 receiver vs Radarbox Reception_2.jpg

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  • SoCalBrian
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    I'm sure FR24support could write a super long story about Mr.Brandeo. Maybe we will hear about it on Saturday on this thread.
    Last edited by SoCalBrian; 2013-04-12, 20:52.

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  • Mike
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    This is a banner that RB24 is using "10 000 radarbox units streaming real-time flight data from over 100 countries"


    http://www.airnavsystems.com/forum/i...91627#msg91627

    "in just one week and after we deployed our brand new data sharing application from non-RadarBox ADS-B receivers, we've added 100 more data sharing users to our RadarBox Network (which feeds both RadarBox Windows Client software and and our RadarBox24.com). we are adding new sharers at a rate of more than 15 per day."


    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...7467531&type=1

    Have an aviation website? Get more visitors by adding a RadarBox24 widget for free.
    Over 300 sites have done so in the last 2 months.



    When FR24 have 1.300 feeders, RB24 have 10.000 feeders.
    When FR24 adds 2-3 new feeds per day, RB24 adds 15 new feeds per day.
    When FR24 have 20 widget users after 6 years, RB24 have 300 widget users after 3 months.

    For some strange reason RB24 must always be 7-15 times bigger/better than FR24.
    Is there anyone who actually believes in what Mr.Brandeo is writing?

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  • Birdie
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    Today 5 March 2013 coverage at WSSS.

    See how miserable Radarbox24.com is compared with Flightradar24.com.

    AirNav Systems - you cant steal my Flight Data because power to my Radarbox is OFF !

    Flightradar24 vs Radarbox24_ 1 5 Mar 2013.jpg

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  • Birdie
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    Originally posted by SoCalBrian View Post
    Looks like Flightradar24 has better coverage in that area :-)
    Keep up the good work and your new FR24 receiver.
    Look at today's coverage, 28 Feb 2013.

    Flightradar24 vs Radarbox24_ 3 28 Feb 2013.jpg

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  • Birdie
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    Flightradar24 vs Radarbox24_ 4 24 Feb 2013.jpg

    Today's coverage. I have tighten the screws on the thief

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  • Mike
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    Originally posted by Birdie View Post
    I spent 4 hrs trying to set it up using PlanePlotter but failed. I used your suggestion of IP address and Port 30003.

    Can't find the "Radar View " in the Premium Account.

    I even connect a Mini-USB cable to my PC USB Port - still cant get PlanePlotter to work with Flightradar24 receiver.

    Is there any Step-by-Step Instructions somewhere ?
    You should NOT use the Mini-USB, it may destroy the receiver! FR24 receiver may ONLY be used through network!

    This is the Airnav forum and FR24 vs RB24 thread. There are separate threads on the forum for the "FR24 receiver", "Radar view" and DVB-T sticks. Please stay on topic!

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  • FR24support
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    Originally posted by Birdie View Post
    Can't find the "Radar View " in the Premium Account.
    RadarView is an option from the Premium Account page.

    Apps.jpg

    I think the other questions are best handled by contacting Support@fr24.com.

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  • LN-MOW
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    It's actually quite simple and described in the 'Read this first' file in the RTL1090 program folder.

    1. plug in the stick - ignore install message
    2. - Download the latest "Zadig" installation package and execute zadig.exe
    3. Run RTL1090.exe - Press start and Tuner AGC/RTL AGC
    4. Run PlanePlotter (with TCP/IP Server IP 30003 enabled)
    5. Run FR24feed - press Start.

    Worked for me! :-)

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  • Birdie
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    Originally posted by SoCalBrian View Post
    Via the device IP address and port 30003

    This is what Mike said last week. The information should really be added under the FR24 FAQ page or another page!

    I spent 4 hrs trying to set it up using PlanePlotter but failed. I used your suggestion of IP address and Port 30003.

    Can't find the "Radar View " in the Premium Account.

    I even connect a Mini-USB cable to my PC USB Port - still cant get PlanePlotter to work with Flightradar24 receiver.

    Is there any Step-by-Step Instructions somewhere ?
    Last edited by Birdie; 2013-02-19, 16:18.

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  • Birdie
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    Originally posted by SoCalBrian View Post
    Looks like Flightradar24 has better coverage in that area :-)
    Keep up the good work and your new FR24 receiver.

    P.S don't forget you can run/connect these software(Virtual Radar Server , adsbScope and PlanePlotter) to the FR24 box.
    Which of the 3 softwares work best on FR24 receiver ?

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  • Birdie
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    Originally posted by SoCalBrian View Post
    Looks like Flightradar24 has better coverage in that area :-)
    Keep up the good work and your new FR24 receiver.

    P.S don't forget you can run/connect these software(Virtual Radar Server , adsbScope and PlanePlotter) to the FR24 box.

    I post the same heading " Which is better - RadarBox24 or Flightradar24 " in AirNav Systems Forum.

    As anticipated, the thread got locked. But, this time they dared not banned me from their forum !

    Hahahahaa ... I guess they knew they had BADLY PISSED me OFF a few months ago by banning me "for trying to create trouble".

    - and now I PULLED the BIG SWITCH OFF on them preventing them from stealing my flight data to feed their Radarbox24.com site.


    http://www.airnavsystems.com/forum/i...p?topic=7510.0

    Flightradar 24 vs Radarbox 24 discussion got locked.jpg

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  • Oblivian
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    Not quite, the current ones people are using has a specific modulation chip in it that allows it to do a bit of decode/checking of the data it receives quick enough to produce the right sort of output.

    They are also full range frequency, so 25MHz-1700MHz or better. When other T tuners lack the chip and only go up to 800Mhz

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  • FR24support
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    I'm not sure if your DVB-T tuner is suitable, but have a look at Jetvision's RTL1090 Windows software:

    http://rtl1090.web99.de/

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