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  • makkiahmad
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    T-WIPP8 Palembang South Sumatra Indonesia

    Sent from my SM-J200G using Tapatalk

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  • Limpost
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    Originally posted by Vaalele View Post
    F-WBSB1 I just came online...the first feeder for Brunei (Borneo Island)
    Welcome aboard. Do join in our Malaysia Radar group to share your thoughts.

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  • Vaalele
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    F-WBSB1 I just came online...the first feeder for Brunei (Borneo Island)

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-SCSB1 Cerro Sombrero, Magallanes y Antártica Chilena, Chile

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  • kucengemok
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    Originally posted by BPO View Post
    Hi Ruth!
    now it's me....ex f-wmkc3...

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-SCCH1 Chillán, Provincia de Ñuble, Región de Bío Bío, Chile.

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  • SoCalBrian
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    FR24 changed the code for the Wave Glider. It's now radar code F-WGLD1

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    Originally posted by Anmer View Post
    Slightly off topic but to answer the question, the column headings are different to those you mention but if you hover over the ? mark in the headings:

    Overall Score = Score is calculated by formula: 2 x Uptime + 2 x Max Range + Avg range summed for the last 30 days. (Looks to provide a weighted score in favour of those with good coverage and high uptime)
    Uptime = Total uptime of radar in the last 30 days, hours (30 x 24 = 720)
    Max range = Maximum range of radar in the last 30 days, nmi
    Avg range = Average range of radar in the last 30 days, nmi

    But looking more closely at the "results", either the explanation is ambiguous or the calculation isn't working to spec.

    My uptime is currently 676 with a max range of 310 and average range of 195. The Overall score is 10,272.

    2 x 676 = 1352. 2 x 310 = 620. 1352 + 620 = 1972.

    Add 1972 to 195 = 2167. 30 x 2167 = 65,010.

    So how does the "Summed for the last 30 days" work?

    Let's assume my daily Uptime was 22 hours with a daily Max range of, say 240 nmi and daily Avg of 180 nmi.

    2 x 22 = 2 x 240 = 180 x 30 = 15,720. Yet the highest Overall Score for all radars is only 11,036.

    Mind boggling
    I think he was talking about this list: http://jollain.com/FR24/stats.php

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  • Anmer
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    Originally posted by Graeme2812 View Post

    Sum score: 16291
    Maximum range: 145
    Average range: 66
    Uptime: 111 / 720

    What does the Sum score and Up time figures relate to? 16291 and 111/720 don't seem to have changed for 4 or 5 days.
    Slightly off topic but to answer the question, the column headings are different to those you mention but if you hover over the ? mark in the headings:

    Overall Score = Score is calculated by formula: 2 x Uptime + 2 x Max Range + Avg range summed for the last 30 days. (Looks to provide a weighted score in favour of those with good coverage and high uptime)
    Uptime = Total uptime of radar in the last 30 days, hours (30 x 24 = 720)
    Max range = Maximum range of radar in the last 30 days, nmi
    Avg range = Average range of radar in the last 30 days, nmi

    But looking more closely at the "results", either the explanation is ambiguous or the calculation isn't working to spec.

    My uptime is currently 676 with a max range of 310 and average range of 195. The Overall score is 10,272.

    2 x 676 = 1352. 2 x 310 = 620. 1352 + 620 = 1972.

    Add 1972 to 195 = 2167. 30 x 2167 = 65,010.

    So how does the "Summed for the last 30 days" work?

    Let's assume my daily Uptime was 22 hours with a daily Max range of, say 240 nmi and daily Avg of 180 nmi.

    2 x 22 = 2 x 240 = 180 x 30 = 15,720. Yet the highest Overall Score for all radars is only 11,036.

    Mind boggling
    Last edited by Anmer; 2016-09-07, 07:13.

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  • SoCalBrian
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    The FR24 radar code for the Wave Glider is T-WGLD1

    Details about the Wave Glider on this page.
    https://blog.flightradar24.com/blog/...e-ocean-robot/

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  • GitseBase
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    T-SMZO1

    T-SMZO1, (near?)Paramaribo, SURINAME

    Came online somewhere in july

    This is the 5th feeder in Suriname for FR24 after F-SMZO1, F-SMZO2 [jan-2015], T-SMJP1 [dec-2015] and F-SMJP1 [Feb-2016]
    Range is terrible (15-20 NM) so currently no high hopes for a good MLAT coverage

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  • Graeme2812
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    Originally posted by Lincolnshire Poacher View Post
    Just type in your Radar at this web site (without the T) and you can see all the radars for that airport with the stats
    Thanks for this! Found my feed on here (EGPN11) will be handy to check every now and then to see if it's actually contributing.

    Sum score: 16291
    Maximum range: 145
    Average range: 66
    Uptime: 111 / 720

    What does the Sum score and Up time figures relate to? 16291 and 111/720 don't seem to have changed for 4 or 5 days.

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  • alejandrofm
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    T-SABE26 Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Rpi+dongle+standard antenna (against a window), max range 34nm.
    Next project: make an outdoor antenna with the guides I found here and try to get more close to 150nm+ that will let me reach an important waypoint and receive a lot more airplanes

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  • batrakiu
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    T-LPCO12 Guia, Pombal, Leiria, Portugal
    Up and running!

    Raspberry Pi 2+R820T
    "Balarad" Coaxial collinear antenna (12 Elements, no Amp)

    MaxRge: 196NM (until now)

    Many thanks to abcd567, save the day too many times (antennas and RPi).

    2016-08-29_20-13-33.jpg
    Last edited by batrakiu; 2016-08-30, 00:00.

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-SCCY1 Coyhaique, Provincia de Coyhaique, Región de Aysén, Chile.

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