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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    Originally posted by airnrail View Post
    There was a time when FR24 admin posted details of newly activated feeders to this thread. Is there any sensible reason why this can't still happen instead of or together with the practically useless dots on a world map that now appear irregularly as a blog post?
    I'm a "widow" of that list too. and I think FR24 prefers a more multimidia way to promote the divulgation of new receivers, instead of a list in a forum that only some AV geeks read. But I agree with you, the world map with dots in it is terrible, and we just can make a guess in wich town or area that dot stands for.

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  • airnrail
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    There was a time when FR24 admin posted details of newly activated feeders to this thread. Is there any sensible reason why this can't still happen instead of or together with the practically useless dots on a world map that now appear irregularly as a blog post?

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  • MrMac
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    F-ESNV2 activated 2017-03-19, 40 km SW of Vilhelmina, Sweden.

    / Shipraiser-MrMac (currently #8 on Top User List world-wide)

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    T-SCTL1 Panguilemo, Talca, Talca Province, Región del Maule, Chile
    Last edited by Windsurfmaniac; 2017-03-10, 21:25.

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    T-SBFN1 Fernando de Noronha Island, South Atlantic.

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-SCST1 Gamboa neighbourhood, Castro, Chiloé Island, Los Lagos Region, Chile
    Last edited by Windsurfmaniac; 2017-03-09, 21:17.

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-SBUA1 São Gabriel da Cachoeira, Amazonas, Brasil

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  • F-LKPL1
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    OK,thanks....

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  • MrMac
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    Originally posted by F-LKPL1 View Post
    exist F-LKMR1 ? Sometimes i see this name of radar, but this radar was mine radar name and was renamed to F-LKPL1 on my request.

    Both are active, but it is not the "same" receiver, I don't think that is possible.

    You can just go to https://www.flightradar24.com/share-statistics and enter the radar codes, you will see if they exist and how good they are.

    /M

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  • F-LKPL1
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    exist F-LKMR1 ? Sometimes i see this name of radar, but this radar was mine radar name and was renamed to F-LKPL1 on my request. Please check all right. I thing F-LKMR1 is the same F-LKPL1 thanks, could you fix it ?

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-BGUK1 Upernavik, Qaasuitsup municipality, Greenland

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  • GitseBase
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    Originally posted by Windsurfmaniac View Post
    Excellent. Chances of helping multilateration there?!
    Becasue of the position probably an increase in accuracy as there already is limited MLAT-coverage

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-SCTO1 Victoria, Araucanía, Chile.

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    Originally posted by GitseBase View Post
    F-SMNI1, (near??)Nickerie, SURINAME

    Noticed it for the first time today and it seems to be active for at least 10 days.
    Great development as it is the 6th feeder in Suriname for FR24 after F-SMZO1, F-SMZO2 [jan-2015], T-SMJP1 [dec-2015], F-SMJP1 [Feb-2016] and T-SMZO1 [jul-2016]. The 5 other feeders are clustered in an area approx 50 km by 20 km and F-SMNI1 is 150-200 km to the west of said cluster.
    Excellent. Chances of helping multilateration there?!

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  • GitseBase
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    F-SMNI1

    F-SMNI1, (near??)Nickerie, SURINAME

    Noticed it for the first time today and it seems to be active for at least 10 days.
    Great development as it is the 6th feeder in Suriname for FR24 after F-SMZO1, F-SMZO2 [jan-2015], T-SMJP1 [dec-2015], F-SMJP1 [Feb-2016] and T-SMZO1 [jul-2016]. The 5 other feeders are clustered in an area approx 50 km by 20 km and F-SMNI1 is 150-200 km to the west of said cluster.

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