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Re: RadarGadgets....... Mode-S new receiver
« Reply #75 on: April 25, 2010, 08:39:45 AM »
Simple question - can the PlaneGadget-Radar box when used with PlanePlotter upload data to the sharing server?

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Re: RadarGadgets....... Mode-S new receiver
« Reply #76 on: April 25, 2010, 09:30:12 AM »
I'm told that PlaneGadget can share data withn the PP network.  BUT it can't be used as a Ground Station to feed calibrated data for Mlat.

You can still use Mlat and share data, but it will cost you ?12 a year for the network subscription, on top of the ?25 one-off PP registration.

An approved Ground Station will not have to pay the annual ?12.  However, one has to be using an SBS-1 to be considered for Ground Station approval.  At the moment, the SBS-1 is the only receiver that can time-stamp messages with the accuracy required by PP.

Hope that helps?

Re: RadarGadgets....... Mode-S new receiver
« Reply #77 on: April 25, 2010, 10:01:26 AM »
Many thanks - exactly what I wanted to know.

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Re: RadarGadgets....... Mode-S new receiver
« Reply #78 on: May 02, 2010, 05:45:08 PM »

In the latest version 5.4.8.2 the 30003 port model has been included so now it can do whatever we need.

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"PlanePlotter Version 5.4.8 has been released with an option to output data on Port 30003.

PlanePlotter now has a TCP/IP output option. The data is in the "industry standard" (:-)) 30003 format. This means that PGR and AVR users can run third party applications off the PP TCP/IP port (set to 30003) as if there was an SBS1 or RBv3 present.

The TCP/IP port can be set to other port numbers (to avoid conflict with 30003 if you have an SBS1 or ANRBv3) and then you can run one or more instances of PP looking at the primary instance's TCP port to display the data simultaneously in different presentations. To support this new feature, you can set the IP address (Options..Modes-S..Kinetic..IP) and the port number, using the format eg. 192.168.2.106:9750. With the primary instance configured to provide a server on, say port 9750, you can have a number of secondary instances working off that port as if they were running off the receiver.

Download from www.planeplotter.com"

Source: http://forum.flightradar24.com/threads/74-How-can-I-contribute-What-equipment-do-I-need?p=849&viewfull=1#post849


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Re: RadarGadgets....... Mode-S new receiver
« Reply #79 on: May 02, 2010, 05:54:30 PM »
Fame at last  ;D