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  • Originally posted by oplus94 View Post
    They used to have a list of priority areas somewhere but I cant find it anymore on their website.
    We removed the list as many people were not sending applications just because their village was not on list. Priority is areas without coverage and improving/expanding MLAT.

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    • Originally posted by bidouilleur View Post
      I could but to not much use, need to have a computer running 24/24 and with walls 50cm thick in my house ... not sure the poor little antenna will pick up much and it is still to early to leave a window open even in south of France
      You can pick up antennas with suitable connectors and cables on ebay for under 20EUR. So if you want to run your own receiver, you basically need Raspberry Pi or other suitable computer, dvb dongle and antenna. The major cost here is the RPi at something like 30-35EUR. Total price is under 100EUR.

      The RPi2 has quad core ARM cpu, and should be able to handle quite a few radios and a lot of planes.

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      • Originally posted by Mike View Post
        We removed the list as many people were not sending applications just because their village was not on list. Priority is areas without coverage and improving/expanding MLAT.
        Where all is MLAT available/proposed to be implemented, Mike?

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        • donde1

          Hi Don,.
          The higher the antenne,. the better the results.
          This is my Antenne 3meters above the roof,. and it makes a world
          of differents from being under the roof.

          1090Mhz Antenne.jpg
          (F-EDLE1)delcomp-DEL-David Tks(My friend Mike, all three of them)

          URL: http://banner.flightdiary.net/EDLM
          1090SJ(Ae) /(6m. Ecoflex10) / SBS 3 /-FR24 Box/ Power-line Connection (Ethernet)

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          • Originally posted by oplus94 View Post
            Where all is MLAT available/proposed to be implemented, Mike?
            * Europa improving coverage down to about 3000-5000 feet.
            * Western part of Turkey.
            * Russia slowly mowing in eastern direction.
            * Some improvements in Canary Islands, Madeira and Azores.
            * Whole USA down to about 3000-10000 feet.
            * Mexico and Southern Canada
            * Some improvements in Brazil
            * Some improvements in Australia and NYZ
            * More MLAT in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea.
            * South Africa, Reunion and maybe Mozambique.

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            • SASJ1 - Jujuy, AR not work!

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              • T-KFST1 now online, physically located on top of the FBO building at KFST airport.

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                • Originally posted by T-KFST1 View Post
                  T-KFST1 now online, physically located on top of the FBO building at KFST airport.
                  Congratulations!

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                  • A few days ago of F-SOCA3 was activated.
                    About a month ago F-SOCA2 came online but vanished after a couple of days.
                    Any idea what happened with SOCA2?
                    F-SMZO2

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                    • Hi,

                      I installed my own equipment, and I am now feeding FR24 as T-LFSN4 (France, Nancy).
                      I noticed that I made a slight mistake when entering my GPS coordinates, and they are a few hundred meters away from my actual position.
                      Will this affect the quality of the data I am transmitting to FR24?

                      Regards,
                      Patrick
                      T-LFSN4

                      Check your rank from FR24 feeder stats at https://jollain.com/FR24/stats.php

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                      • No, few hundred meters is ok.

                        That is not GPS reciver
                        For official support use Contact Form

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                        • F-YCBB1 now online, Located in Baradine (Not Cooonbarabran as shown in the new Feed thread

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                          • Originally posted by Troyrs200 View Post
                            F-YCBB1 now online, Located in Baradine (Not Cooonbarabran as shown in the new Feed thread
                            It's close though Troy .. LOL ...

                            I've spent too much time up on Mt Cenn Cruaich/Needle Mountain over the years and had way too many beers at the Imperial in town :-)
                            T-YSBK22

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                            • Originally posted by Ressy View Post
                              ahaha, yes, I think I have.. I used to work on radio comms equipment ........

                              ........ which in my advancing years means less eye strain LOL, well I'm late 40's and avoided needing glasses - so far
                              Must be something about us ex-radio techs and bad eyes .... I'm like you, late 40's, ex-broadcast install tech (anything and everything up to a 50kW MF tx) and only just recently got glasses for close-up work ..... only to realise how dirty my computer screen was !! :-/
                              T-YSBK22

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                              • Hello all

                                I'm T-SCTI7 (near SCEL) - Santiago, Chile. Online since 2015-04-29

                                Raspberry Pi 2 + Dump1090

                                Regards.
                                Feeder: T-SCTI7

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