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Thread: New Zealand Radar

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    My wild stab in the dark I'd need to draw some lines to confirm in google earth. But its a looonnng way. Probably more likely to be high 200s to be honest which is more 400kms heh

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    My best this year was yesterday QFA 28 at 272 NM and I am 650 feet asl . I have been quite successful lately with Multilat positions, but discover that the aircraft symbol I use usually points in quite the wrong direction and even if I use a triangle icon the contrail would point it the wrong way

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    I was wondering if anyone else was having more success as me. For some reason my incoming data from you guys is a lot slower and comes in waves/bursts so more often than not unable to get a fix. However as I am SMU piggy in the middle it should in theory help with others getting a fix. However looking at the stats I have not assisted in the monthly figures.

    A change was made a few weeks back as I was getting data from a NZ share code that is now allocated to the UK, so my 'zone' of coverage was half the globe all of a sudden. This has now been trimmed back from palmerston nth overlap to dunedin.

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    Today, something has happened to stop me using the Mlat function. no data in or out and as far as I can tell the Port forward static address in my router seems unchanged. Anyone have any ideas what could be wrong?

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    Still got the arrows both directions? Unless you save them as 'on' as default if you open/close PP it may go back to 1 way only

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    Yes both arrows are showing and i/o settings show UDP, Raw data and Mlat as enabled. Everything else seems to work perfectly.

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    It seems I can send raw data but still cannot receive data and so with Mlat I can only see one side of the transmissions. The blue lines are only the ones I produce . All the I/O settings are correct and my router is sending UDP on 9742 so I am rather bamboozled as I can't seem to get any help from PP either.

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    F-NZCH2 online now. Based in South Brighton, Christchurch. I seem to get quite good range besides where the port hills block my view. What is the best tool to plot (estimate, accumulate over time) the range?

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    The built in tools. Check the associated email for details on the web statistics etc. Or SBSPlotter.

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