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  • Originally posted by krazxers View Post
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]4779[/ATTACH]

    Hey guys. Anyone know what they're doing early in the morning here in SZB?
    Hi Krazxers, unable to say without more information from the panel on the left. Could be training flight or flight test.

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    • AXM9700 - (Per the info the screenshot)
      9M-AFU
      Mode-S 750147
      Airbus A-320-216
      http://www.flightradar24.com/data/airplanes/9m-afu/
      Brian

      www.RadarSpotters.eu
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      • Originally posted by SoCalBrian View Post
        AXM9700 - (Per the info the screenshot)
        9M-AFU
        Mode-S 750147
        Airbus A-320-216
        http://www.flightradar24.com/data/airplanes/9m-afu/
        Thanks SoCalBrian. 9 thousand series callsign are not used for scheduled flights. Must be some other activity such as training or flight test or ferry flight etc. Does anyone else have any idea? Thanks.

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        • Looks like an air test.
          Mike


          www.radarspotting.com

          Radarspotting since 2005

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          • Originally posted by Anmer View Post
            Looks like an air test.
            What??? An "air test"? What's an air test?
            Michael
            Palmerston North,
            New Zealand
            ex-FR24 Feeder

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            • Originally posted by nzradar View Post
              What??? An "air test"? What's an air test?
              My understanding of an "Air Test or Flight Test" is when an aircraft has undergone servicing /maintenance/repair of a system and its serviceability can only be determined by taking the aircraft into the air to confirm its functioning as it should.

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              • N168BB
                Private owner
                Aircraft(R44)
                Robinson R44
                Registration(A10F80)
                N168BA
                Altitude
                43,000 ft Vertical Speed
                0 fpm
                Speed
                396 kt Track
                51
                Latitude
                3.8696 Longitude
                107.3062
                Radar
                F-WSSS1 Squawk
                2147

                Noted at 0510UTC near Natuna Island. Something not right here.

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                • Any reason why you might say that? I haven't looked yet.

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                  • Originally posted by who View Post
                    Any reason why you might say that? I haven't looked yet.
                    Robinson R44 is a lightweight helicopter. No way it can climb to 43,000ft and fly at 396 kts.

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                    • Originally posted by Limpost View Post
                      N168BB
                      Private owner
                      Aircraft(R44)
                      Robinson R44
                      Registration(A10F80)
                      N168BA
                      Altitude
                      43,000 ft Vertical Speed
                      0 fpm
                      Speed
                      396 kt Track
                      51
                      Latitude
                      3.8696 Longitude
                      107.3062
                      Radar
                      F-WSSS1 Squawk
                      2147

                      Noted at 0510UTC near Natuna Island. Something not right here.
                      Yes - something strange = it was flying beyond its design range, unless it got 4 external fuel tanks.

                      Chopper Robinson R44.jpg
                      F-WSSS1 - Cats refused to Pee & Pooh on RadarBox - Running a FR24 Receiver & DVB-T Dongle 24/7 to piss off The Chief Thief.

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                      • hi, does anybody know how to install fr24 on RPi?

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                        • Originally posted by cyberflyz View Post
                          hi, does anybody know how to install fr24 on RPi?
                          Hi there cyberflyz, please see this link http://forum.flightradar24.com/threa...e-to-feed-FR24

                          Look into peterhr 's post. This uses dump1090 as the sw to decode adsb. It is the most popular. There is also others but I think this is a good start for you.

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                          • Originally posted by North Borneo Radar View Post
                            Hi there cyberflyz, please see this link http://forum.flightradar24.com/threa...e-to-feed-FR24

                            Look into peterhr 's post. This uses dump1090 as the sw to decode adsb. It is the most popular. There is also others but I think this is a good start for you.
                            The important stuff is in post #8 on the thread - all the rest is questions, answers and discussions.

                            Do download the PDF ... the last page is how to make a simple dipole using coax cable (5 minutes), this will give you 175-200nm range if erected outside just above roof level - a simple antenna to get you going.

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                            • Originally posted by Mike View Post
                              New FR24 receivers
                              F-WMKK3 activated in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

                              For discussions about new receivers please use thread http://forum.flightradar24.com/threa...24-Feeder-Chat
                              F-WMKK3, I wonder whether that is Ruth's replacement or someone else who is lucky enough to host a FR24 kit.

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                              • just start to feed..im T-WMKC1...N6.160 E102.246...
                                Last edited by kucengemok; 2014-10-16, 09:50.

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