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Thread: New Zealand Radar

  1. #2761
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    Like the new symbols (version 3) that you can use with the latest version of Planeplotter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcra View Post
    The antenna I bought was of very professional quality and the price was very small, however I stand by my original statement. I run two radars and its very easy to compare performance on the FR readouts and my home made dipole which is mounted one metre below the Slovakian antenna is performing better,
    If a better antenna is giving worse decoding results, the usual reason is that you have too much interfering RF noise. Try the same thing with a good cavity filter and you will get the true results.

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  3. #2763
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    Been playing around a bit and to add to Westones list of receivers in NZ I have created a map of receivers in NZ. If I haven't known a vague location I have just mapped them around the airports. Interesting to see.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1nD...Gk&usp=sharing

  4. #2764
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    [QUOTE=nzfatmatt;87326]Been playing around a bit and to add to Westones list of receivers in NZ I have created a map of receivers in NZ. If I haven't known a vague location I have just mapped them around the airports. Interesting to see.

    Hi nzfatmatt i have just been looking at your map great work and a great way to see where we are all located.
    Could you note that T-NZDN7 is actually located on Mount St Bathans which near Naseby And St Bathans Townships inland Central Otago I think its higher than his Remarkables Mountain receiver
    Thanks Baznz F-NZLX1

  5. #2765
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    Always one of the higher altitude flights out of NZ (barring the A380s)

    sq292.JPG

    Can't ever be very full
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  6. #2766
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oblivian View Post
    Always one of the higher altitude flights out of NZ (barring the A380s)

    sq292.JPG

    Can't ever be very full
    It's usually high. I would assume it's due to light fuel load for short hop across Tasman. With the light load it would be able to climb strait up to a high cruise.

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    Unusually for Chch a heavy flew out this morning, vh-ebf, a Qantas A330. Turns out it has just visited NZ overnight, flying SYD AKL CHC SYD. Anyone have any guesses/info on what it was up to? tmp_29556-Screenshot_20170112-081636-1075036234.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlatEarth View Post
    Unusually for Chch a heavy flew out this morning, vh-ebf, a Qantas A330. Turns out it has just visited NZ overnight, flying SYD AKL CHC SYD. Anyone have any guesses/info on what it was up to? tmp_29556-Screenshot_20170112-081636-1075036234.jpg
    The 767 freighter ERF is getting service. So we have had a330 capacity for freight only while it's out

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  9. #2769
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlatEarth View Post
    Unusually for Chch a heavy flew out this morning, vh-ebf, a Qantas A330. Turns out it has just visited NZ overnight, flying SYD AKL CHC SYD. Anyone have any guesses/info on what it was up to? tmp_29556-Screenshot_20170112-081636-1075036234.jpg
    The flight number suggests a charter but it is obviously the A330 acting as a freighter as mentioned by Oblivian
    Last edited by airnrail; 2017-01-11 at 21:56.

  10. #2770
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    Quote Originally Posted by airnrail View Post
    The flight number suggests a charter but it is obviously the A330 acting as a freighter as mentioned by Oblivian
    Its one of those anomolies. Permanent althought it seems isnt the right class of callsign.

    http://info.flightmapper.net/flight/Qantas_QF_7524

    Someones even been logging the daily changes. Dedicated. http://theqantassource.com

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