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  • Berlevaagnytt
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    We are still interested here at ENBV :-)

    MLAT that is.. since we currently feeds FR24 with our ADS-B
    Last edited by Berlevaagnytt; 2014-10-18, 17:31. Reason: added info

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  • Mike
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    Like mentioned several times on the forum normal processing time for a request is 1-365 days.

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  • Adelgallego
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    Originally posted by Mike View Post
    We are now sending receivers more continuously instead of batches as we did before, so it's a bit hard to keep an updated list.

    Shipped last 14 days
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/9z4fzw9oom...ing11.PNG?dl=0

    Currently waiting for shipping are
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/4i58bjxwew...ing10.PNG?dl=0
    No eMail sent to me... So i guess im not receiving any kit... right? Barranquilla-Colombia

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  • Mike
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    We are now sending receivers more continuously instead of batches as we did before, so it's a bit hard to keep an updated list.

    Shipped last 14 days
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/9z4fzw9oom...ing11.PNG?dl=0

    Currently waiting for shipping are
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/4i58bjxwew...ing10.PNG?dl=0

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  • malavanehsan
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    This topic for 2 month DOn't have any post Please Write here witch Country send Equipment

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  • Adelgallego
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    Originally posted by nzradar View Post
    Yes you can, port 30003 and/or port 30334 are provided so you can run VRS or Planeplotter or any other ADS-B client that supports those port inputs and this will enable you to see your local data.
    Oh thanks... well hope they approve my request

    There is some health data that can you view locally, the Receiver have a small web server for this purpose, in the other hand, once the receiver is uploading data, the FR24 team will provide you a account for viewing the coverage, number of planes spotted and other valuable data.
    I'm really excited about this receiver, I wish they send me one, though I just ordered a R820T, I'm not that patient lol
    Last edited by Adelgallego; 2014-08-15, 02:56.

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  • YV1HX
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    Originally posted by Adelgallego View Post
    I have a question, can I connect the receiver to the PC? To see what's going on??
    There is some health data that can you view locally, the Receiver have a small web server for this purpose, in the other hand, once the receiver is uploading data, the FR24 team will provide you a account for viewing the coverage, number of planes spotted and other valuable data.

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  • nzradar
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    Originally posted by Adelgallego View Post
    I have a question, can I connect the receiver to the PC? To see what's going on??
    Yes you can, port 30003 and/or port 30334 are provided so you can run VRS or Planeplotter or any other ADS-B client that supports those port inputs and this will enable you to see your local data.

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  • Lucas Leopoldino
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    Thanks @Adelgallego!

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  • Adelgallego
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    Originally posted by Lucas Leopoldino View Post
    I want to make the intention to request to receive the FR24 receiver in Brazil, I want to Improve the coverage in this country in the city of Franca.
    You can submit a request here: http://www.flightradar24.com/free-ads-b-equipment

    They will contact you in the next 7 to 365 days so you have to be patient.

    Cheers.

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  • Lucas Leopoldino
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    I want to make the intention to request to receive the FR24 receiver in Brazil, I want to Improve the coverage in this country in the city of Franca.

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  • Adelgallego
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    I have a question, can I connect the receiver to the PC? To see what's going on??

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  • peterhr
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    Distance from the airport isn't really important. Whats more important is that you have a good all round view if the sky and there are frequent planes nearby (most of mine probably fly a route 100 km south of me). You do need a reliable internet connection.

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  • Ihsanush Shabri
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    Originally posted by peterhr View Post
    It's unlikely you'll be told, however it's not unusual to put two receivers fairly close to each other with one as backup for the other, so do apply if you are able to help.
    haha, indeed, i just try to ask!
    of course i will

    Originally posted by Mike View Post
    In most cases we look for at least 2 feeders in a location to get backup just in case one receiver goes down. In areas where coverage is very important 3 receivers can be put quite close to each other. If MLAT is the goal 4 receivers can be installed within 100-150km.
    i see sir,
    i have send my application few month ago to order fr24 equipment, but i have cancelled because my my place too far from airport (about 30km, my friend say that to far)
    , then i have really bad internet connection.

    great too hear btw, now Banda aceh and andaman sea already coverage by fr24

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  • Mike
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    Originally posted by Ihsanush Shabri View Post
    may i know who is order FR24 equipr from Banda Aceh sir?
    In most cases we look for at least 2 feeders in a location to get backup just in case one receiver goes down. In areas where coverage is very important 3 receivers can be put quite close to each other. If MLAT is the goal 4 receivers can be installed within 100-150km.

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