Re: Flightradar

Message posted by Joerg (Webmaster) on August 09, 2018 at 17:12:01 PST:

This one and a couple other aircraft tracking sites can certainly be interesting to watch. Most of them receive their data from a network of private individuals running ADS-B receivers/decoders in their local area and sending the data to the site.

You see Janets heading into the ranges and a few military aircraft. Unfortunately Janets quit transmitting data as soon as they enter the ranges. But you can judge by the altitude where they are going. 14,000/15,000 feet is from/to Groom, above FL180 is going to TTR.

Few military aircraft have their ADS-B transponder set to transmit position data, but some will show up on the "radar". If you are new to this, definitely give it a try.

In Reply to: Flightradar posted by TheMelonTom on August 09, 2018 at 13:52:59 PST:


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