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    EINN is the ICAO code for Shannon Airport

    So presumably EINN is their radar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scanhorse View Post
    Hi Mike
    Any hint on how you get in contact with those users ?
    They have some forum ??
    Ulf , scanhorse
    Yes Ulf Net2 has a forum, you belong to it!

    http://radarspotters.eu/forum/index....pic,443.0.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    What do you mean by Radar, an ADS-B receiver? or a real Radar?
    Piper, you may find the free What's Radarspotting Guide useful:

    http://radarspotters.eu/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anmer View Post
    Yes Ulf Net2 has a forum, you belong to it!

    http://radarspotters.eu/forum/index....pic,443.0.html
    That was an old question to be answered , i found out myself

    the question is One year old

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    Quote Originally Posted by scanhorse View Post
    That was an old question to be answered , i found out myself
    How was I to know?
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    NZ is waking up

    I seen today for the first time our Christchurch radar.

    Hooray.! Welcome on board NZCH

    The very best of luck..! EDLM

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    Eghq2

    Anmer, in similar vein to the query about NET2 is EGHQ2 also a shared network. EGHQ is Newquay in Cornwall but it seems to cover nearly all of Ireland.

    Another question which you may know the answer to - how does the FR25 system decide which feeds to use. I've noticed that in some cases over Dublin it uses EGHQ2 and others it users my EIDW1. I thin in some cases it also toggles between feeds. I assume that its calculating distance or something?

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    Dublin1 - The airport coded assigned to radar box contributors are for general position guidance and the boxes, like your own are not necessarily on the airport site. My radar box code is EGHQ, which, as stated, relates to Newquay Cornwall Airport, although I can assure you that I am some ten miles south of the airport, near Truro! My location has good reception to the North and West so I can cover Ireland's South coast area. I know not where EGHQ2 is located, but assume it's a second feed from mine, but I need clarification from Admin on that. Certainly NET2 is different, being a sub-group of radar boxes offering multiple feeds to FR24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan T View Post
    Certainly NET2 is different, being a sub-group of radar boxes offering multiple feeds to FR24.
    Just to clarify, Net2 is a sub-group of mode-s receivers and unlikely to include AirNav RadarBoxes.
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    Mike - Administrator: I am confused. I provide input from my SBS-1 as EGHQ, based south of Newquay Cornwall Airport in Truro. Can you tell me if EGHQ2 is a part of NET2 or is this another local radar near me in Cornwall? EQHQ2 coverage seems to extend well into Southern Ireland, much further than my EGHQ, but that can be clearly dependent upon antenna heights, etc. What defines whose signals get uploaded to the FR24? There can be many target aircraft that are shown as from EGHQ, as displayed on my local PC screen and uploaded from my radar box EGHQ to FR24, but appear to be assigned as EGHQ2 feeds. Confused!

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