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    I wanted to ask, if FR24 could also decode ground vehicles and display them.
    Many airports have equipped their fleet with ADS-B transponders.

  • #2
    it's displayed at EHAM
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    • #3
      ... and Mike has explained elsewhere why it is difficult to add a ground vehicle icon. If I can find the post, I'll add the link.
      YSSY2/T-YSSY4 [SBS-1 Basestation w/- SSE-1090 SJ Mk2 Antenna (Thanks Delcomp) ] [Uniden UBCD996T w/- 16 element Wideband Discone VHF/UHF Antenna, and tuned 108MHz-137MHz Airband Antenna] [Trialing a home-brew 1090MHz collinear antenna]

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Amper View Post
        it's displayed at EHAM
        In FR24 receivers (F-) ground signals are blocked. And also for N- receivers i guess. But T- radars do show them. Even when vehicles are leaving the airport on the highways.
        T-EHAM39 seems to be an internal receiving network which is feeding to FR24. The same radar is showing ground vehicles at Paris.
        However it appears to be offline now. Maybe only enabled for the Nuclear Security Summit?

        The ground signals visible on EHAM are coming from my FR24 receiver connected to VRS and then fr24feed.exe

        Note: T-EHAM39 had way better reception, really all vehicles were visible. My coverage isn't bad, but not all are visible.

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        • #5
          T-EHAM39 is on air/line again.

          T-EHAM39 is also picking up the ground signals at EHRD/RTM (Rotterdam).
          Which means a network feed is running at EHAM/EHRD/LFPG/LFPO or RTM is picked up by the Schiphol (EHAM) tower and the receiver is sharing from there.
          Which ever it is, it's bloody awesome!

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          • #6
            Auckland Airport AKL / NZAA has some ground vehicles travelling around. Picked up by T-NZAA8. AWYS-Airways, ARPT-Airport and RESQ. You do see them driving on public roads every so often too.

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            • #7
              EHAM is interesting as the vehicles are even entered in to the FR24 database..e.g. :
              484205 KV3 Bird Control Unit
              48420A C5 Apron Control
              484243 MT MartinAir KLM Tug
              4846C4 Fuel12 Fuel Delivery vehicle
              484217 AMBU2 Ambulance2
              wonder how they made their way into the database..

              once GNDVH are identified, a symbol can be added too..
              Last edited by eddm_muc; 2014-03-29, 09:50.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by eddm_muc View Post
                EHAM is interesting as the vehicles are even entered in to the FR24 database..e.g. :
                484205 KV3 Bird Control Unit
                48420A C5 Apron Control
                484243 MT MartinAir KLM Tug
                4846C4 Fuel12 Fuel Delivery vehicle
                484217 AMBU2 Ambulance2
                wonder how they made their way into the database..

                once GNDVH are identified, a symbol can be added too..
                http://www.air.radiouk.com/page25.html
                * callsign added from list

                484A15 ---- BLA02
                4841DC ---- TEST1234
                4841DD ---- TEST1234
                4841DE ---- TEST1234
                4841DF ---- TEST1234
                4841FD ---- BRW882
                4842E5 ---- TD8*
                484200 ---- A1*
                484201 ---- C2*
                484202 ---- P1*
                484203 ---- KV1
                484204 ---- KV2
                484205 ---- KV3
                484208 ---- C3
                484209 ---- C4
                484218 ---- MEDIC*
                48420C ---- P5
                48420D ---- P6
                484226 ---- VDN1
                48422A ---- FUEL10
                48422B ---- BZM15
                48422C ---- BZM30
                48422D ---- KM
                484235 ---- LB*
                484250 ---- KH
                48425B ---- LC*
                48425D ---- LE*
                48425F ---- LG
                48426A ---- MR
                484261 ---- LJ*
                484272 ---- OH82*
                484273 ---- OH83
                48427C ---- BZM48
                48429F ---- TR2
                4842A2 ---- OH56
                4842A3 ---- OH1
                4842A4 ---- OH48*
                4842A9 ---- OH45
                4842B0 ---- OH2*
                4842C2 ---- OH47
                4842C3 ---- OH49
                4842C5 ---- OH52
                4842C6 ---- OH53
                4842C9 ---- OH58
                4842D4 ---- OH71
                4842D6 ---- OH73
                4842D9 ---- OH76
                4842E1 ---- TD4
                4842F5 ---- TD27
                4842A5 ---- OH54
                4842AB ---- M4
                4842B0 ---- OH2
                4842E5 ---- TD8
                4842E6 ---- TD9
                48430A ---- SPLY2*
                48430C ---- SPLY4
                484309 ---- SPLY1
                484318 ---- KLM6
                484319 ---- KLM7
                484325 ---- BZM19
                484327 ---- BZM21
                484328 ---- BZM22
                4846BB ---- OH14
                4846AE ----
                4846C1 ---- OH84
                4846C2 ---- OH85
                4846C5 ---- OH69
                4846C7 ---- OH79
                4846C9 ---- VDN3
                4846CF ----
                4846FC ---- REFT3TOP
                4846FD ---- REFT3BTM

                List is old and probably needs updating, but most are still valid.
                The pasted ground signals are what i am been able to catch.

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                • #9
                  T-EHAM39 is now visible at RTM/EHRD and LHR/EGLL, ground signals! (And still at CDG/LFPG and ORY/LFPO.)
                  Look like the ground signals from AMS/EHAM are not 'connected' now.

                  I am really curious of what T-EHAM39 is.

                  Update: T-EHAM39 also picks up low traffic from GRQ/EHGG now.

                  I know it's easy to share data from world wide receivers and merge them into one with VRS. But T-EHAM39 always does the rare ground signals and insane ranges. Weird.
                  Last edited by Jarod; 2014-04-28, 15:27.

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                  • #10
                    Fly ground vehicles! http://x264.nl/dump/gnd717-2014-05-04.jpg
                    (GND > CND typo?)

                    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corendon_Dutch_Airlines

                    Ah, while typing this at 16:20 UTC the ATC controller asked the pilot to change it. FR24 is delayed, but in VRS it's changed.
                    FR24 also updated now.

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                    • #11
                      T-EHAM52 has joined providing ground signals at EHAM.

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                      • #12
                        Dublin showing ground traffic for a change http://www.flightradar24.com/53.42,-6.26/13

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Jarod View Post
                          T-EHAM52 has joined providing ground signals at EHAM.
                          T-EHAM53 seems to have replaced all previous ground receiver(s) at EHAM.

                          T-EHAM39 no longer online as well... keeping an eye out.

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                          • #14
                            This has been in the same spot for days/weeks: http://www.flightradar24.com/VDN1/3a41b6f
                            Always Radar T-EHAM2. Really weird.

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                            • #15
                              Both T-EHAM53 and T-EHAM39 no longer online.
                              (Doing my best to cover some ground signals with T-EHAM7, but nothing compared to onsite receivers.)

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