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  • nzradar
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    Originally posted by Oblivian View Post
    Something that might interest you..

    Are you doing SELCAL ahead of the transmissions?

    https://youtu.be/bbykua_mkOs
    Nice video, unfortunately I've parted company with my HF receivers but may well get back into sometime soon when I can find a decent one at a price I can afford! Airspy HF+ didn't work very well

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  • Oblivian
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    Something that might interest you..

    Are you doing SELCAL ahead of the transmissions?

    https://youtu.be/bbykua_mkOs

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  • nzradar
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    Originally posted by Westone View Post
    Whats going on here???? No flight numer

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]9362[/ATTACH]
    For a while I was often confused when listening to North Atlantic traffic on HF and the callsigns were different to the flight number. I discovered that ATC had introduced a scheme to eliminate misunderstanding of spoken callsigns where there were so many that could sound similar particularly with the explosion of airlines plying between the UK and holiday destinations across the pond. British Airways started to add suffixes to their flights so instead of Speedbird 229 it became Speedbird 22B so as not to be confused with Speedbird 225 on the rather noisy HF circuits.

    I guess it's time for Emirates to head the same way so I suspect this is a global change for them while Air New Zealand flights can't get confused too much although I suspect this will change over time too!

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  • Stealth
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    Originally posted by Westone View Post
    Whats going on here???? No flight numer

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]9362[/ATTACH]
    New alpha-numeric callsign, and not just Emirates.

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  • Westone
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    Whats going on here???? No flight numer

    uae.JPG

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  • Oblivian
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    Arrived a little late for nice sharp shots on my kit

    But good to see some real jets in the South

    IMG_4527.jpg

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  • NZCH5
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    Yes I the new one in Christchurch 3km from airport working good picking up a lot of airplanes

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  • Oblivian
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  • Oblivian
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    Originally posted by 41south View Post
    Haven't seen this one in Welly before, really nice A/C

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]9237[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]9238[/ATTACH]
    Thought that was a little familiar.

    Makes the warbirds runs

    http://mrcaviation.blogspot.co.nz/20...l-arrival.html

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  • nzfatmatt
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    Originally posted by Oblivian View Post
    Watch the antennas this week with the winds peoples

    Sent from my XT1092 using Tapatalk
    I've just been on the roof to check. Was 40 gusting 80 at the time [emoji38][emoji100]

    Things do rust in Wellington compared to my Taupo receiver which I checked on a few weeks ago.

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  • Oblivian
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    Watch the antennas this week with the winds peoples

    Sent from my XT1092 using Tapatalk

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  • 41south
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    Haven't seen this one in Welly before, really nice A/C

    IMAG0045.jpgIMAG0047.jpg

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  • 41south
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    Gidday Matt et al,

    I've had T-NZWN56 at work for the last few months, which might explain the reasonable ground cover at the airport. F-NZWN1 is at home in Miramar at the mo but destined for the airport soon I hope, but home is less than a k away anyway.

    Turns out that even though the boxes are marked POE they don't support it. I emailed support for the connection details and got told it's not actually there. A bit like the local Sky View at the moment, apparently there is a problem they are working on with that as well.

    These new boxes run very hot btw!
    Last edited by 41south; 2018-02-16, 02:23. Reason: Grammar!

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  • nzfatmatt
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    Just noticed you on the site. WN1 is back! It's only 2 FR boxes currently active. My crappy cable internet has been down since Monday. Had a tech out today and it's a network fault that they need to find!

    Where's it based now? I see you're covering the airport well. Though I did notice earlier in the week without me ground coverage has improved in the last 6 months with me offline.

    That is a nice new box and POE would be great. If I had that is probably put it on the roof rather than in.

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  • Westone
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    Originally posted by 41south View Post
    F-NZWN1 back on line This latest generation are definitely smaller than the past ones and Rpi based according to the network card info

    And have POE - anybody know where the info hides on that?

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]9229[/ATTACH]
    Good to see that we have 3 f boxes again in the wellington region. I also note that there are now 5 F Boxes around Christchurch. Thanks for the pic of the latest box.

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