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  • Hi

    System

    A small antenna that has a range of 116nm?
    wow!

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    • OK, now try making the dipole shown at the end of the PDF on post #8 on the Raspberry pi thread http://forum.flightradar24.com/threa...e-to-feed-FR24

      That will probably get you 150nm or more especially if you mount it above the roof line.

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      • Dear all,

        I can upload the flight data to FR24 and I had the premium account but why I can't see any free for me?

        Cheers
        Kuen

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        • Originally posted by ckckuen View Post
          Dear all,

          I can upload the flight data to FR24 and I had the premium account but why I can't see any free for me?

          Cheers
          Kuen
          Sorry, I do not understand the question...

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          • I think he meant, why can't I see any feed from me?

            Kuen,
            Welcome! May I ask where you are located?
            As long you are feeding and have a premium account, don't worry about it. You are doing it correctly.
            The radar code display is incorrect and has been explained many many many times.
            Don't worry about it. Your feed is used.

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            • Originally posted by ptruicp View Post
              Hi

              System

              A small antenna that has a range of 116nm?
              wow!
              I'm not surprised.
              My stock DVB-T antenna has better performance compared to the PCB 1090MHz.
              Reaches further (~150nm) and has higher frame rates decoded.
              So I don't know why people always talk bad about it.
              All I can say is perhaps they didn't even try it!

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              • Hi Who,

                I am using DVB-T in Hong Kong (VHHH) to upload the flight data to flightradar24. I just re-login to premium account and found that they provide one week free to me. Thanks anyway.

                Cheers
                Kuen

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                • Originally posted by ckckuen View Post
                  Hi Who,

                  I am using DVB-T in Hong Kong (VHHH) to upload the flight data to flightradar24. I just re-login to premium account and found that they provide one week free to me. Thanks anyway.

                  Cheers
                  Kuen
                  Kuen,
                  The premium account will be valid for 1 week since the last feed on that account.
                  If you keep feeding it'll 'never' expire.

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                  • Originally posted by who View Post
                    I'm not surprised.
                    My stock DVB-T antenna has better performance compared to the PCB 1090MHz.
                    Reaches further (~150nm) and has higher frame rates decoded.
                    So I don't know why people always talk bad about it.
                    All I can say is perhaps they didn't even try it!
                    The stock antenna is good if you can place it high enough - the window of a high rise. if you are in a low rise building surrounded by trees and other buildings, then you need a waterproof antenna on the end of a long wire that can be stuck above the height of the obstacles - and we are greedy ... we always want more!

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                    • Hello again.

                      The orignal antenna dongle already has a range of
                      * Maximum distance: 134nm

                      I imagine the place of these

                      http://www.flightradar24.com/files/f...ent-67_400.jpg

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                      • The higher we are,.. The more we see.
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                        • Originally posted by ptruicp View Post
                          Hello again.

                          The orignal antenna dongle already has a range of
                          * Maximum distance: 134nm

                          I imagine the place of these

                          http://www.flightradar24.com/files/f...ent-67_400.jpg
                          you place it high, then you need cable. long cable attenuates signal (receiver not near antenna) or supply voltage (receiver on antenna, but supply distant) - one thing leads to another....

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                          • Originally posted by peterhr View Post
                            you place it high, then you need cable. long cable attenuates signal (receiver not near antenna) or supply voltage (receiver on antenna, but supply distant) - one thing leads to another....
                            You can get an "active" USB lead up to 20 metres (maybe longer but I've not heard on any, and as far as I know you can not run two active leads in series to get further) - your only problem then is waterproofing and ventilation.

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                            • Active USB should go up to 150ft. But I've not tried it so I cannot confirm the working distance.
                              Water proofing and ventilation isn't such a big problem. Just get a small outdoor enclosure to put them in.

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                              • Originally posted by who View Post
                                Active USB should go up to 150ft. But I've not tried it so I cannot confirm the working distance.
                                Water proofing and ventilation isn't such a big problem. Just get a small outdoor enclosure to put them in.
                                It would certainly be an interesting experiment, only have 1, which I bought for another project, might grab another one day and see, maybe we can then, add in series, if not, no waste as I'm sure it''ll come in hand again sometime

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