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  • Are you able to have the GPS antenna to have southern exposure? In Australia, I had to give mine as much northern exposure to get any reliable GPS signal.
    F-YSWG1 and T-YSWG2

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    • More fr24 dead areas again

      7C7597 -26.69975000 153.07313000 1325 108 -64 1° 1200 2015-09-06T04:05:09.526Z 2015-09-06T04:05:08.017Z

      I've tracked that chopper since departed Scarborough area, it no longer appears on FR24 for over 5 mins ... oh well, looks like YBSU2, YBSU3 YCDR1 and YBBN30 who are all in coverage of it - especially YBSU3, all suffer from same magical software fault, its of course not FR24 at fault *giggles*

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      • and magically after being gone for 11 mins it reappears on the ground, and just as quick, so are 3 other aircraft off the sunshine coast now there, that werent, face it Mike you DO have issues with your code.

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        • Originally posted by Ressy View Post
          and magically after being gone for 11 mins it reappears on the ground, and just as quick, so are 3 other aircraft off the sunshine coast now there, that werent, face it Mike you DO have issues with your code.
          I really like how you try to get into a constructive dialog with FR24. They should really feel like communicating with you about the problems.

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          • Originally posted by Kpin View Post
            I really like how you try to get into a constructive dialog with FR24. They should really feel like communicating with you about the problems.
            yeah... I'm not trying to enter a dialogue with them, because they have told us for some time there is nothing wrong with their systems and any exhibited problems are our own, not theirs *chuckles*

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            • Originally posted by RicksRadio View Post
              At one point yesterday I observed some data from my new receiver were being used by FR24. However, things seem to have changed. I have sent an email to FR24 Support but it is the weekend - sigh!
              FR24 Support have confirmed that they did receive good data from me for about 40 minutes on Friday. Nothing since.

              Today things got a little stranger. I inadvertently unplugged the GPS antenna (completely disconnected!!) BUT nothing changed. The GPS LED blinked GREEN for about 10 minutes and then RED for about 30 seconds and then repeated the approximately 10 minute cycle .

              Since my original GPS antenna location worked then I feel it is likely not at fault. But unplugging the GPS antenna suggests that (1) the GPS antenna may be broken or (2) perhaps the receiver is broken.

              Would someone with an FR24 receiver be willing to unplug their GPS antenna for about 10 or 11 minutes and report on what changes in the GPS LED occur.

              Thanks, Rick

              F-CYWH1 Southern tip of Vancouver Island

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              • Originally posted by RicksRadio View Post
                FR24 Support have confirmed that they did receive good data from me for about 40 minutes on Friday. Nothing since.

                Today things got a little stranger. I inadvertently unplugged the GPS antenna (completely disconnected!!) BUT nothing changed. The GPS LED blinked GREEN for about 10 minutes and then RED for about 30 seconds and then repeated the approximately 10 minute cycle .

                Since my original GPS antenna location worked then I feel it is likely not at fault. But unplugging the GPS antenna suggests that (1) the GPS antenna may be broken or (2) perhaps the receiver is broken.

                Would someone with an FR24 receiver be willing to unplug their GPS antenna for about 10 or 11 minutes and report on what changes in the GPS LED occur.

                Thanks, Rick
                Hey Rick, I tried unplugging my newly received FR24 receiver's GPS antenna and the green light kept blinking, but the log said some sort of GPS error. When I plugged it back in, it went red for a second then went right back to normal. Maybe a hardware glitch causing the light to stay blinking when it is unplugged while on?
                T-KUNV2 - Tyrone, PA, DVB-T Stick with stock antenna
                F-KUNV1 - FR24 Reciever, serving University Park airport and surrounding area, in temporary position currently.

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                • My receiver is happily picking up almost every ADS-B aircraft west of University Park airport and a few down at the southern most part of Pennsylvania, while in a temporary position inside my house. Hopefully I can get it on the roof by the end of this week for better reception
                  T-KUNV2 - Tyrone, PA, DVB-T Stick with stock antenna
                  F-KUNV1 - FR24 Reciever, serving University Park airport and surrounding area, in temporary position currently.

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                  • Originally posted by ZX6R View Post
                    Hey Rick, I tried unplugging my newly received FR24 receiver's GPS antenna and the green light kept blinking, but the log said some sort of GPS error. When I plugged it back in, it went red for a second then went right back to normal. Maybe a hardware glitch causing the light to stay blinking when it is unplugged while on?
                    Thanks for the reply. I may wrong BUT I think the GREEN light 1 sec pulses are generated by the FR24 receiver itself. The GPS talks to the mother-ship about once every 10 minutes and verifies the receiver time sync.

                    The log you mention? When I connect to the FR24 receiver at it's IP address there's a link to "display log" is the log you're referring to? That log seems to change when I do something like change the IP address etc or connect VRS to the RAW feed? Unplugging the GPS antenna or the ADS-B antenna has no impact on the "display log" content.

                    F-CYWH1 Southern tip of Vancouver Island

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                    • Originally posted by W4lRon View Post
                      I see constantly T-LTAI10 have a nice range.F-LTAI1 not member forum :/ "F" coded receiver will run for a much more successful.We expect developments

                      Bir ara özelden konuşuruz
                      konuşalım da burada bulamadım, özel konuşma nasıl oluyor?
                      f-ltbj1 receiver kaç günde geldi, benimki 1 haftadır yolda.

                      F-LTAI2 | [ AYT Antalya, Turkey ] [ Flightradar24 ] [ First seen online: 2015-09-14 19:00:03 ]
                      F-LTBA1 | [ ISL Istanbul, Turkey ] [ Flightradar24 ] [ First seen online: 2016-04-29 18:55:04 ]
                      F-LTFJ5 | [ SAW Istanbul, Turkey ] [ Flightradar24 ] [ First seen online: 2016-12-16 11:20:04 ]
                      F-LTFM1 | [ IST Istanbul, Turkey ] [ Flightradar24 ] [ First seen online: 2017-12-28 11:10:07 ]

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                      • Originally posted by RicksRadio View Post
                        Thanks for the reply. I may wrong BUT I think the GREEN light 1 sec pulses are generated by the FR24 receiver itself. The GPS talks to the mother-ship about once every 10 minutes and verifies the receiver time sync.

                        The log you mention? When I connect to the FR24 receiver at it's IP address there's a link to "display log" is the log you're referring to? That log seems to change when I do something like change the IP address etc or connect VRS to the RAW feed? Unplugging the GPS antenna or the ADS-B antenna has no impact on the "display log" content.
                        Yep, that's the one I am referring to. After unplugging it, I waited 10 minutes and refreshed, to which it showed the GPS error.
                        [gps][e]No time update for 30/120 seconds or more, disconnecting from GPS
                        Then shortly after...
                        [gps][i]Connected to the GPS receiver
                        [time][i]Time synchronized correctly, offset +0.0010 seconds
                        Last edited by ZX6R; 2015-09-09, 20:28. Reason: words are hard
                        T-KUNV2 - Tyrone, PA, DVB-T Stick with stock antenna
                        F-KUNV1 - FR24 Reciever, serving University Park airport and surrounding area, in temporary position currently.

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                        • Originally posted by emirhan View Post
                          konuşalım da burada bulamadım, özel konuşma nasıl oluyor?
                          f-ltbj1 receiver kaç günde geldi, benimki 1 haftadır yolda.
                          face ten ekle dostum beni kaan yazgan ordan konuşalım özel mesaj yok burda :/
                          F-LTBJ1 & N-LTBJ1 & T-LTBJ1 Izmir / Turkey

                          F-LTAN1 Konya / Turkey

                          F-LTCS1 SanliUrfa / Turkey

                          F-LTFJ3 Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport / Turkey

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                          • Hi everyone,

                            has anyone really played with the gain setting with dump1090-mutability? I'm currently running it set to AGC but am wondering if this is ideal?

                            Cheers,

                            Andrew
                            T-YSBK22

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                            • I've just noticed that over Pennsylvania all MLAT traffic is changed to T-EST1 or T-EST2 except for T-MLAT7 codes and ADS-B traffic. Anybody know what's happening?


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                              T-KUNV2 - Tyrone, PA, DVB-T Stick with stock antenna
                              F-KUNV1 - FR24 Reciever, serving University Park airport and surrounding area, in temporary position currently.

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                              • Any VRS wizards?

                                Hi,

                                Can any of you explain to me why I have fewer plots on the map than in the list (with Lng. and Lat.)?
                                In the attached sample I thought that I would have three plots on the map, but I see only one.
                                I have checked all corners of the setup, but I'm getting nowhere.

                                VRS map.jpg


                                Check your Filter,.. Maybe youve Filtered just IBS.Or your nearest aircraft.18.9.2015 DEL
                                Last edited by delcomp; 2015-09-18, 12:18.

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