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  • Air!Squitter and the FLARM receiver

    I'm using a jetvision Air!Squitter for some time, receiving both ADS-B and FLARM frequencies and feeding several sites, including FR24.

    In local Air!Squitter browser and in PlanePlotter, I can see the FLARM planes I'm detecting, but not in FlightRadar24 and I can see FLARM detected plains in other locations. Why? What did I missed in my configuration?

    Best regards.
    Rui
    Rui Costa
    ct1aic@gmail.com
    http://ct1aic.org
    Radar T-LPCS2 - Cascais, Portugal

  • #2
    The feeder app only sends adsb.

    flarm is supplied by another provider
    Posts not to be taken as official support representation - Just a helpful uploader who tinkers

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    • #3
      To expand.

      It is OGN network.



      You can add an OGN feeder
      http://wiki.glidernet.org/ogn-receiv...e-installation
      Posts not to be taken as official support representation - Just a helpful uploader who tinkers

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      • #4
        My Air!Squitter is sending the FLARM receiving plains to aprs.glidernet.org, I see the detected info at several OGN sites (http://www.glidertracker.org/, http://live.glidernet.org/), but not at FlightRadar24.
        Rui Costa
        ct1aic@gmail.com
        http://ct1aic.org
        Radar T-LPCS2 - Cascais, Portugal

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ct1aic View Post
          My Air!Squitter is sending the FLARM receiving plains to aprs.glidernet.org, I see the detected info at several OGN sites (http://www.glidertracker.org/, http://live.glidernet.org/), but not at FlightRadar24.
          OGN will only pass data to FR24 if the glider is registered in the OGN database and has the correct flags set, only a minority of the U.K. ones are correctly registered, I don’t know about other countries. (Also FR24 will only show them ‘live’ and not on playback as OGN don’t allow the data to be stored for more than 24 hours due to the concerns of a very small number of German pilots who threatened legal action using the draconian privacy laws they have, therefore inconveniencing the rest of the world!)
          FR24 F-EGLF1, Blitzortung station 878, OGN Aldersht2, PilotAware PWAldersht, PlanePlotter M7.

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