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  • Originally posted by who View Post
    Nice work guys/gals!
    Great to see lots of new receivers in Malaysia!

    I agree East Malaysia needs a few more!
    WMKD1 was doing very well, coming into my territory!
    (However seems offline at this time of posting)
    So I decided to up my ante on New Year's Day!
    Ha.. don't worry about radarcode. Coverage is always the key. Better coverage & overlapping of receivers = more MLAT. radarcode is there just for reference/FR24 internal use purpose.

    up your ante? hmm?? How much higher can it go? lol...

    Really gotta thank Olov for approving Limpost's application... if it wasn't him limpost is still on the standby list!

    Originally posted by Limpost View Post
    Nowadays with so many receivers, everyone is invading into each others territories.
    Star Wars in progress. Hahahahaha....
    Good for MLAT. Can see quite a few aircraft on MLAT.
    My receiver is on all the time but sometimes the streamyx link goes off for a few minutes and comes back on again.
    Looking forward to linking up with the 4 new host.
    Haha Star Wars? More like working in synergy. If you say star wars then the T-feeders really will feel the pain? But good to see some T-feeders still going strong! WMSA35 & WMSA36 & WMKP3 for example. Don't see the other 3 FR24 recently arrived yet... but I am sure MLAT can only get better. Spotted an Iran Air B744 earlier above Perak just now.

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    • Interesting story about Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and the 9M-NAA aircraft.
      http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/m...now-in-bangkok
      Brian

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      • Originally posted by SoCalBrian View Post
        Interesting story about Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and the 9M-NAA aircraft.
        http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/m...now-in-bangkok
        maybe the Malaysian government will banned fr24 in Malaysia soon, hehe

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        • Originally posted by Ruth View Post
          maybe the Malaysian government will banned fr24 in Malaysia soon, hehe
          NR1 touch down WMKK at 1015pm from Bangkok

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          • 2 more articles.
            http://www.malaysiandigest.com/front...orld-trip.html
            http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/m...00000-says-pkr

            This is not the first time FR24 is used against Malaysian PM.
            http://www.kualalumpurpost.net/fligh...ical-evidence/

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            • Hi Mike,

              Yes, FR24 is now famous in Malaysia.

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              • F-WMKI3 activated!

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                • Originally posted by Limpost View Post
                  Hi Mike,

                  Yes, FR24 is now famous in Malaysia.
                  Yes, especially when FR24 tracker MH370, MH17 and QZ8501.

                  FR24 is now famous all over the world.

                  With so many FR24 receivers and volunteer feeders' receivers all over - nothing ( except Military aircrafts and birds ) can escape FR24 .
                  Last edited by Birdie; 2015-01-05, 15:46.
                  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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                  • November Romeo One (NR1) flew from SZB to KUL this morning.
                    On one or more occasion it referred itself as 'November Romeo One Super Heavy' (I've got recording of it).
                    Wonder if it's referring to someone onboard?

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                    • Originally posted by who View Post
                      November Romeo One (NR1) flew from SZB to KUL this morning.
                      On one or more occasion it referred itself as 'November Romeo One Super Heavy' (I've got recording of it).
                      Wonder if it's referring to someone onboard?
                      hihi big mama on board?

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                      • yay! a new receiver at Sandakan! (presumably, unless it is F-WBKA1 given to another host). Monitoring the range now looks promising...

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                        • Originally posted by North Borneo Radar View Post
                          temporary radar code:

                          r8f9 spotted at Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia, with ground traffic.

                          should be F-WBKA2 when servers updated.
                          Originally posted by Limpost View Post
                          WBKA is the wrong ICAO code for Sandakan., It should be WBKS. Hope support will change it.
                          ... and when you click it now you see F-WBKA2. lol. Yes, it is the wrong ICAO code, the correct one is WBKS indeed. Depends on how strong the feeder pushes for WBKS I suppose.

                          I wonder how much overlapping we will have from WBKA2.
                          Last edited by North Borneo Radar; 2015-01-11, 07:30.

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                          • Originally posted by North Borneo Radar View Post
                            ... and when you click it now you see F-WBKA2. lol. Yes, it is the wrong ICAO code, the correct one is WBKS indeed. Depends on how strong the feeder pushes for WBKS I suppose.

                            I wonder how much overlapping we will have from WBKA2.
                            I have not seen much of WBKA1. Is it active?

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                            • Originally posted by Limpost View Post
                              I have not seen much of WBKA1. Is it active?
                              Disappeared sometime in December and the range was rather limited. No idea what is its status now.

                              WBKA2 is definitelyhas better range. Can extend from WBKL1/WBKK1 at the North but not much, and now links with RPMZ at Zamboanga quite well so continuous flights for those Singapore-Dava/Cebu flights - see SLK566 now for example.

                              Hit a snag at trying to get a Kudat feed... hopefully there is a Palawan feed soon for now.

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                              • All 4 new radar in West Malaysia is now activated.
                                F-WMKA1, F-WMKI-3, F-WMSA4 and F-WMKM1

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