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neroon79

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #30 on: April 24, 2016, 09:42:37 am »
Seems to be a problem with the connection between comstation and airnav server. If you want to see your own traffic, you can try downloading V6 of ANRB software. As far as I know it automatically cobbects to comstation wich is presenr in local network Ingo
Greetings from northern Germany, Ingo
11.75nm ESE of EDDV

SW: ANRB v5.00.072/6.00.000 on WIN10 64Bit Pro&Home
HW:
Antenna: outside WiMo GP-1090
AMP: Kuhne electronic KU LNA 1090 A TM
Cable: 20m of ECOFLEX 15+
Asus P53E (BIZ-Notebook) 24/7 op.
Quad Core PC with 26"+24" Screen

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #31 on: April 24, 2016, 10:00:43 pm »
Support have informed me that there was a server glitch. However things should be OK now.

Unfortunately not. My station is still not showing up. Downloaded the software you suggested but it cant see the receiver.

All lights seem to be doing what they should but error light is still on. Have restarted several times but no change. Still very few stations showing over NZ so presume the maybe having similar issues.

Have emailed support again

Runway 31

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #32 on: April 24, 2016, 10:13:27 pm »
I will have someone contact you,  You are better contacting me direct as support will only forward your emails to me.

Alan
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neroon79

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #33 on: April 25, 2016, 03:49:55 pm »
Hi Alan,

any chance, that I'll get an info about what the problem was as soon as it has been solved?

Thanks!
Ingo
Greetings from northern Germany, Ingo
11.75nm ESE of EDDV

SW: ANRB v5.00.072/6.00.000 on WIN10 64Bit Pro&Home
HW:
Antenna: outside WiMo GP-1090
AMP: Kuhne electronic KU LNA 1090 A TM
Cable: 20m of ECOFLEX 15+
Asus P53E (BIZ-Notebook) 24/7 op.
Quad Core PC with 26"+24" Screen

Runway 31

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #34 on: April 25, 2016, 05:44:16 pm »
No problem Ingo

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #35 on: May 11, 2016, 02:12:22 am »
I find it hard to believe that there are no flights in South Island or Auckland at this time in New Zealand
Do Radarbox not have feeders in these areas

Runway 31

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #36 on: May 12, 2016, 06:05:16 pm »
Support@airnavsystems may be able to answer

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #37 on: May 13, 2016, 08:07:08 am »
Dennis,

Appears OK to me, see attached.  Guess it depend on the time of day you look and whether feeders are online at the time and it also doesn't help that yours is defective.

Alan
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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #38 on: May 17, 2016, 03:06:01 am »
Allan sorry but that is not NZ on map but New South Wales and Victoria Australia.  I to cant understand why Radar Box does not show aircraft using both Auckland and Christchurch airports.  These are New Zealands busiest airports busiest with continuous flights during NZ daytime.  Has Radar Box not got coverage of these two main airports.  Also with my unit I cannot understand why my range jumps around so much from 250 nm to 54 nm when nothing changes
Just curious
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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #39 on: May 17, 2016, 05:34:48 pm »
Kevin,

If you scroll the screenshot over you will see New Zealand, use the directional arrows at the bottom of the shot and you will see New Zealand.

Christchurch has been offline for whatever reason since 11/4 and Auckland is defective and is waiting on a replacement unit being delivered.  We have units online this time in Dunedin, Napier, Lower Hutt, Rotorua, Winton with Tauranga offline as  I type this.  Not much in the way if traffic at this time but should get busier soon but here is JST163 inbound Wellington just now.


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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #40 on: May 22, 2016, 05:20:22 am »
Thanks Allan
Understand now but can you explain to me why my coverage drops from 250nm to 21 nm when nothing has changed at my location
Thanks Kevin

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #41 on: May 22, 2016, 05:45:44 am »
Thanks Allan
Understand now but can you explain to me why my coverage drops from 250nm to 21 nm when nothing has changed at my location
Thanks Kevin

Sounds a bit like you have an Antenna Problem ??

James

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #42 on: May 22, 2016, 06:26:27 am »
Thanks James.  When the weather calms down sometime later in week I will check it.  Present weather in Dunedin is Snow,  Gale Force winds and heavy rain. so damage may have been done
Ciao
Kevin

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #43 on: May 22, 2016, 06:31:13 am »
Thanks James.  When the weather calms down sometime later in week I will check it.  Present weather in Dunedin is Snow,  Gale Force winds and heavy rain. so damage may have been done
Ciao
Kevin

Can only hope it's just a small problem and not anything major.

Not to warn over here in Tasmania right now either mate :-)

Cheers
James

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Re: Australian & New Zealand Data Feeders
« Reply #44 on: May 22, 2016, 09:29:28 am »
Yes Kevin/James, a sudden drop off in range is usually a good indicator of a problem with one of the component parts.  Check for water ingress into the antenna causing a short or maybe even something as simple as the antenna being knocked over to an angle.

Alan