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    Hi all,

    I am happy to announce that we have added support for ADS-C data. One of our members Andrew rch38084 has written a detailed guide on how to start and get your setup going (thank you, Andrew). If you are interested in setting up your ADS-C feed, please take a look and if you have any questions you can ask Andrew for help here.

    https://bit.ly/2XylRn5
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  • #2
    Thanks very much for this info. I've been wondering about ADS-C

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    • #3
      Nice catch this evening from ADS-C Satellite 4F1 of a South African Airbus A340... SAA2983 ZS-SNF out of BNE for JNB about to head out over the Indian Ocean @ position 44 degrees south, 119 degrees east, F330.
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      • #4
        Some more traffic to the northeast of Japan this evening on ADS-C Inmarsat 4F1.
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        • #5
          VRS listing of some of the current 100 aircraft being tracked this evening on ADS-C Inmarsat 4F1.
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          • #6
            Andrew rch38084 : Great tutorial, thanks!
            However, I doubt whether it will be possible to receive the Inmarsat 4-F2 (63.9E) in the Netherlands/UK (with a small dish).
            The Alphasat (24.8E Inmarsat 4A-F4) supports the Inmarsat Aero protocol and has a larger footprint in the EU/Africa.

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            • #7
              Hi NLPD1S, yes you will struggle with a small dish. Alphasat will be your best option with a larger dish. However, if you have a smaller dish now you can always try and see what sort of results you can achieve and if it's encouraging then move up in size. Cheers Andrew

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              • #8
                LATAM Airlines flight LAN1174 CC-BGD Boeing 787-9 Sydney-Santiago, Chile just passing over New Zealand heading deep into the South Pacific Ocean. This flight will be tracked by ADS-C Inmarsat satellites.
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                • #9
                  What options would be to receive ADS-C from eastern shore of US?

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