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Author Topic: Seldec Aviation Books releases RadarBox Companion and Guide to RadarBox  (Read 7497 times)

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AirNav Development

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Seldec aviation books, one of the most important aviation hobby book editor released two books especially written for AirNav RadarBox users.

RADARBOX COMPANION
Designed to enhance the users enjoyment whilst using the AirNav RadarBox, this new publication comprises two main sections. Section 1 list of around 3100 four letter ICAO airport codes with index. Section 2 List of three letter IATA airline codes, together with 2234 two letter codes, radio call sign and country of origin.

GUIDE TO THE AIRNAV RADARBOX
This new publication has been compiled by a real life AIRNAV RadarBox user of both versions 3 & 3D by Seldec Publishing in partnership with AirNav Systems, The most Trusted Name in Flight Tracking. Includes sections on getting started, using RadarBox, explanation of menus, windows & toolbars including RadarBox interface,Section for advanced users, tracking military aircraft & more. Many questions are answered in the troubleshooting chapter. How to use the RadarBox 3D, with menu options and 3D view settings & more. Hints & tips from real life users.

More details at:
http://www.seldecpublishing.co.uk/aviation%20books/

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If it's anything like their UK & Ireland Flight Routes 2010 and Atlantic Airline Routes 8, don't bother.  These two publications are riddled with errors and inconsistences and at about £12 a pop, they are just not worth it.

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hello

We use their waypoint directory and find it useful when we are using the scanner in the car since without internet.

the site we use for airports is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_airports_by_ICAO_code:_A although by now we know the majority of the codes near us.

and for callsigns and codes for airlines http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airline_codes-All

Andrew

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2234 two letter codes

That takes some doing ...
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radarspotter10

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Why pay for something we already know.
Price £12.95
Post & Packing £2.00 UK Only.
it has to be a joke.
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These books are not for very experienced users and people with a deep computer know-how like most of you on this forum.
There are hundreds of RadarBox users who have never joined the forum and many that prefer to read a book instead of AirNav online help or manuals.

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Re: Seldec Aviation Books releases RadarBox Companion and Guide to RadarBox
« Reply #6 on: November 08, 2011, 04:07:59 pm »
"Guide to The AirNav RadarBox" - The description of this book looks remarkably similar to the layout of the PDF distributed on the disk.

Is it just a printed version of the user manual?

Is there any new information here?