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  • North Borneo Radar
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    Nice! Thanks for whoever is hosting F-WRRW2 getting coverage back around Waingapu, Indonesia. F-WRRW1 has gone missing for quite sometime so it's good to have good coverage back at that part of Indonesia. Now if only a receiver goes to Banjarmasin of South Borneo...

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  • North Borneo Radar
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    also... welcome back to T-RODN1 after being offline since the end of January/early Febuary!

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  • North Borneo Radar
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    Thanks to T-WMKN1 who is providing quite good coverage towards the South China Sea from Terrenganu, Malaysia. Coverage goes up as far north as the southernmost Peninsula of Ca Mau, Vietnam. New antenna? anyway thanks for whatever you have done to increase coverage.

    NB: I can assess your range better perhaps because F-VVTS1 is offline. Your range is good.. hopefully you gave a go in applying for the free FR24 receiver?
    Last edited by North Borneo Radar; 2014-03-11, 02:12.

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  • North Borneo Radar
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    welcome back to T-RKSO2 at South Korea! Hope your feed can stay on most of the time as the range is very good! 감사합니다 !

    a radarcape? you can beat F-RKSS1 and F-RKTU1! amazing!
    Last edited by North Borneo Radar; 2014-03-12, 13:56.

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  • North Borneo Radar
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    Originally posted by malavanehsan View Post
    New Feeder In iran
    T-OITT1 Tabriz International Airport.
    Good work malavanehsan. Appreciate your efforts in getting the dongles and to the set up. Hope the gap in Iran now gets smaller bit by bit.

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  • Mike
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    No.. not sure about the exact time, but I think ADS-B data is uploaded once per about 5-10 seconds.
    MLAT data (if activated and used) is handled separately and by other protocols and timings.

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  • peterhr
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    Originally posted by paradiselost View Post
    Ian did text me and we had a jolly good time getting acquainted and since he is only about 60 or 70 miles away he is over here quite regularly so he will get some face time with the rest of the gang.

    Speedbird I posted my phone number because with the zero it wouldn't work internationally and guys and dolls sometimes want to collaborate with others doing the same thing and compare notes.

    With Ian's station and my new FR24 box and the General Santos and Manila FR24 boxes we have the possibility of end to end tracking with fewer errors inherent with dongles.

    I did notice that the upload time initially is 5 seconds instead of 1 second.

    Perhaps today I will commission my system.

    John

    T-RPVD1
    Does the FR24box really upload at a 1 second interval?

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  • paradiselost
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    Originally posted by paradiselost View Post
    Ian, I have T-RPVD1 by the Sibulan airport and Johannes T-RPVD2 is close to you on the point of Siquijor. My receiver arrived Saturday and hope to have it on the mast by Monday.

    You can text me at 'Zero'9085291286 an I will get you acquainted.

    John
    Ian did text me and we had a jolly good time getting acquainted and since he is only about 60 or 70 miles away he is over here quite regularly so he will get some face time with the rest of the gang.

    Speedbird I posted my phone number because with the zero it wouldn't work internationally and guys and dolls sometimes want to collaborate with others doing the same thing and compare notes.

    With Ian's station and my new FR24 box and the General Santos and Manila FR24 boxes we have the possibility of end to end tracking with fewer errors inherent with dongles.

    I did notice that the upload time initially is 5 seconds instead of 1 second.

    Perhaps today I will commission my system.

    John

    T-RPVD1

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  • ianonline
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    Thank you. I did assembled the unit an apparently it went live thus alerting the fr24 team. Its not only until today that i was able to set it up. Thanks again

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  • North Borneo Radar
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    Hi there,

    welcome to the forum. I have been trying to locate your feed ever since Mike announced there is a receiver in Tagbilaran, Philippines but couldn't see your feed. It is available now.

    The user paradiselost (at Dumaguete) is T-RPVD1 and he does appear on the forum time to time. No PM available however in this forum. I am sure he will leave a post to here when he reads this.

    NB: John not sure whether it's a good idea to post your phone number at the forum??? and obviously you beaten me to post first haha.
    Last edited by North Borneo Radar; 2014-02-09, 08:18.

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  • paradiselost
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    Originally posted by ianonline View Post
    Hi, this is F-RPVT1 covering the heart (Visayas) of the Philippines.. I just finished setting up my ADS-B receiver.
    I would like to get in touch to the people who provide feeds nearby such as T-RPVD1 and T-RPVD2 thanks
    Ian, I have T-RPVD1 by the Sibulan airport and Johannes T-RPVD2 is close to you on the point of Siquijor. My receiver arrived Saturday and hope to have it on the mast by Monday.

    You can text me at 'Zero'9085291286 an I will get you acquainted.

    John
    Last edited by speedbird1960; 2014-02-09, 09:39. Reason: '0' CHANGED TO 'ZERO' AS BOTS SCAN THIS FORUM.

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  • ianonline
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    Hi, this is F-RPVT1 covering the heart (Visayas) of the Philippines.. I just finished setting up my ADS-B receiver.
    I would like to get in touch to the people who provide feeds nearby such as T-RPVD1 and T-RPVD2 thanks

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  • North Borneo Radar
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    welcome back to T-ROKJ1 around Naha, Japan where there has been a gap after T-ROKJ1 and T-RODN1 went offline for more than a week. I am sure RODN1 will be back soon.

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  • tsutton
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    Hey all, I'm T-EGSH27 - Norfolk, UK.

    Hope it gives more coverage for you guys.

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  • T-EDDM2
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    After an intensive test T-EDDM2 is back now with two seperate RPI-installations on both sides of the house as Im unable to go directly to the Rooftop :-). But the Pis enable me to feed 24/7 now. Circle round Munich of about 250-300 km...

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