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  • #16
    Originally posted by p38p51 View Post
    Hope we can get some idea of the location of Canadian Feeders. I am located in Brandon MB F-CYBR1. Cheers/Bill
    Noted this thread only today.... I am feeder T-CYYZ9, located about 15 kms from Toronto International Airport (L.B. Pearson / CYYZ).

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    • #17
      Thanks for checking in abcd567, good to hear from you, all the way from Brandon! Will install a new SD card in my FR24 receiver in a day or two as it hasnt been working all that well and they suspect the card required updating.

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      • #18
        Hello all..

        Just wanted to say that I am new to planeplotter, FlightRadar 24 and ADS-b decoding

        I think is great...now I can see and listen to aircraft at the same time in the comforts of my shack.

        I am sharing my data on the network ( CYQG1 ) and I am located in Windsor, Ontario..

        In my proximity I have Windsor Airport ( CYQG ) Detroit City ( KDET ) Detroit Metro ( KDTW ) Wiilow Run ( KYIP ) and Selfridge ANGB ( KMTC ).

        When the snow melts I would like to get a proper antenna for my receiver on the roof... just using a UHF vertical now...it works but I know there is better ...and using the RTL USB stick from ebay.

        I am open to any suggestion that may allow me to get the most of this....

        Thanks

        Chris

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        • #19
          Thanks for checking in Chris, seems to be a few Hams on FR24 which makes sense! I worked with FSS/Aeradio for a lot of years and at the end of our Weather Broadcasts we would say 'KEEP ALERT AND WATCH FOR OTHER AIRCRAFT----that may be a good FR24 Slogan!
          Cheers/73's
          Bill, Brandon, VE4FT, ex VE8FT, VE8QZ

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          • #20
            Originally posted by ve3zo View Post
            Hello all..

            Just wanted to say that I am new to planeplotter, FlightRadar 24 and ADS-b decoding

            I think is great...now I can see and listen to aircraft at the same time in the comforts of my shack.

            I am sharing my data on the network ( CYQG1 ) and I am located in Windsor, Ontario..

            In my proximity I have Windsor Airport ( CYQG ) Detroit City ( KDET ) Detroit Metro ( KDTW ) Wiilow Run ( KYIP ) and Selfridge ANGB ( KMTC ).

            When the snow melts I would like to get a proper antenna for my receiver on the roof... just using a UHF vertical now...it works but I know there is better ...and using the RTL USB stick from ebay.

            I am open to any suggestion that may allow me to get the most of this....

            Thanks

            Chris
            Plese read post #431 (and also earlier/later posts) in this forum "best-antenna"
            http://forum.flightradar24.com/showthread.php?p=42510
            best antenna

            .

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            • #21
              Originally posted by ve3zo View Post
              ......When the snow melts I would like to get a proper antenna for my receiver on the roof... just using a UHF vertical now...it works but I know there is better ...and using the RTL USB stick from ebay.

              I am open to any suggestion that may allow me to get the most of this....

              Thanks

              Chris
              Please also see posts:

              #257
              http://forum.flightradar24.com/showthread.php?p=41619

              #258
              http://forum.flightradar24.com/showthread.php?p=41620

              .
              Last edited by abcd567; 2014-03-13, 21:02.

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              • #22
                Good info abcd567, can we get your first name? No problem if we cant. Cheers/Bill
                (Hope you see this Chris).

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                • #23
                  MONTREAL

                  New one Mar 15 2014
                  F-CYUL1 activated in Montreal, Canada

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                  • #24
                    F-CYOW3 online

                    F-CYOW3 is aprox 8km north east of YOW in Ottawa and receiving data from 200nm in all directions.

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                    • #25
                      JimR here at Coronation AB, am not much on the social aspect of FR24, but find my self with fair good coverage with antenna at 18 Ft. mark, I may increase the height this summer, will see. Have a lot of antenna work coming to do with my Ham Radio Station. Right now I have a radius of 190 miles, that I know of. The primary rule of antennas above 30 Mhz. is " line of sight", and in case of HF radio, below 30 Mhz. is "propagation".
                      Last edited by JimR; 2018-02-22, 16:13. Reason: I forgot I was on this thread, sorry.

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                      • #26
                        T-CYSJ1

                        Approx. Location: 45.325117,-66.2178654
                        Located 13.2 nm from CYSJ, bearing 289'm
                        Antenna is 18 segment 1/4 wavelength, mounted height is 311' msl
                        Coverage includes CYSJ, CYQM, CYFC, CYHZ and CYZX
                        NOTE: Plan to mount antenna an additional 10' higher in the spring to clear nearby power lines, when all the snow is gone.
                        T-CYSJ1 || VirtualRadar

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                        • #27
                          Morning Jerry, I made up my own list of Radar stations from my premium map and I see yours is updated, I'm listed. Good stuff, I have scoured Flight Radar and found no such list as Canadian Feeders, so a list like you started in invaluable.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by p38p51 View Post
                            This one for example:

                            [ATTACH=CONFIG]3095[/ATTACH]
                            Wizard, F-CYKG1, Middle of nowhere, Extreme Northern QC

                            We are listed as F-CYKG1 which is the public airport closest to where we are. In my opinion it should be named after our station which is private. I won't list it here but we are in Northern Quebec (North of 60) and I work in the tower as a Unicom.

                            Anyone really curious can pm me for more details.
                            Last edited by Pontoonrider; 2015-05-22, 16:29. Reason: company privacy

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                            • #29
                              C-YBX1 and C-YBX2 setup recently at Blanc Sablon, QC

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                              • #30
                                Fredericton NB.

                                F-CYFC1
                                FR24 Feeder Station F-CYFC1.

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