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Senin, September 07, 2009

Dengan menggunakan PlanePlotter, Anda dapat melihat radar-seperti tampilan semua pesawat, orang-orang di sekitar Anda yang transmisi pesan digital yang sesuai termasuk ACARS, ADS-B dan HFDL.

PlanePlotter - Fitur :

• Message display
PlanePlotter shows a table display of messages received and decoded from live aircraft transmissions.
• Data saving PlanePlotter archives all the digital data that it receives and decodes to a log file.
PlanePlotter plots aircraft positions, altitudes and times decoded from the message traffic that it receives. These include embedded position reports, AMDAR reports and ADS reports contained in ACARS messages, ADS-B position reports received by the Kinetic SBS1™ or AirNav System RadarBox™ Mode-S receivers, and position reports on HF using Charles Brain's PC-HFDL software. The plot can be superimposed on a suitable aeronatical chart that you have prepared, or PlanePlotter can download satellite imagery and plot the aircraft symbols on that. Where altitude information is available (eg Mode-S messages), you can select the data by altitude band to distinguish low level and high level traffic.

• Google Earth server
If you are receiving Mode-S ADS-B position reports, PlanePlotter can interface to Google Earth to display aircraft positions over the Google Earth base map. It can even give you a dynamic real-time view from the flight deck of an aircraft that you designate.
• Direction finding
PlanePlotter can determine and display the direction of any transmission using a simple passive antenna switch. This allows aircraft to be located even if they are not equipped with ACARS or Mode-S/ADS-B.
• Input signals
PlanePlotter can decode ACARS messages, display the message content and plot any positions on a chart.
PlanePlotter can also process and display ADS-B position reports captured by the Kinetic SBS1™ or AirNav Systems RadarBox™ mode-S receivers.
PlanePlotter can also work in conjunction with Charles Brain's PC-HFDL software (http://www.chbrain.dircon.co.uk/pchfdl.html) by automatically extracting position reports from the log file and plotting them in real time on the same chart display. PlanePlotter adds value by calculating course and heading from successive reports from the same aircraft and plotting the predicted position between reports (right).
PlanePlotter can drive a passive antenna switch and display the direction (QDM) of any aircraft voice transmission.
• GPX overlays
PlanePlotter can display waypoints, tracks or routes over the current chart using data from a user-defined GPX format file.
• Alerts
PlanePlotter can generate visible and audible alerts on detection of a specified registration, flight number or ADS identifier, on detection of any new aircraft, or on detection of an aircraft whose position is inside a user-defined Alert zone polygon.
• Memory-Map Navigator support
PlanePlotter can direct the Memory-Map Navigator program (www.memory-map.com) to display dynamic aircraft position symbols over its proprietary maps using data from either ACARS or Mode-S ADS-B (in conjunction with the SBS1 receiver).
• OLE/COM interface
You can access the position and other data for each aircraft known to PlanePlotter using a simple VB script or other OLE/COM capable program. You can use the same interface to update data held by PlanePlotter and to control the user interface.
• DDE access
You can access ACARS, HFDL and Mode-S messages received by PlanePlotter using DDE. This facility makes PlanePlotter an ideal front end for other ACARS software.
• Peer-to-peer output
PlanePlotter can send its message data to another remote instance of PlanePlotter using UDP/IP datagrams. You can send ACARS messages, HFDL messages, Mode-S (ADS-cool.gif messages and Direction finding measurements so that another computer displays the same data as your computer.
• Peer-to-peer audio
PlanePlotter can send audio to another remote instance of PlanePlotter using UDP/IP datagrams. This means that a remote user can hear the ATC instructions that you are hearing on your local air band receiver.
• Internet sharing
PlanePlotter can send its message data to a shared server so that messages that you have received locally (ACARS, HFDL or ADS-cool.gif, can be seen by other PlanePlotter users in different areas. In this way, each user enjoys the reception coverage of all the cooperating users together.
• HF selcal decoding
PlanePlotter can decode HF selcal tones that can be used to identify an aircraft communicating on the HF air bands. No position reports are carried by HF selcal but it provides yet another means of monitoring aircraft that PlanePlotter can perform.
• Report generator
PlanePlotter can generate a text file containing user-defined data fields for aircraft received during the session.
• Movie generator
PlanePlotter can generate an AVI movie file showing a speeded up version of the display window. You can review aircraft movements, including those received by sharing, at a later date by paying the AVI file in, for example, Windows Media Player.

Requirements to run PlanePlotter

* Pentium level PC running 2k/XP/Vista with compatible sound card
* For ACARS : VHF receiver tuned to an appropriate ACARS channel in AM mode and Aircraft within VHF range that are transmitting the messages
* For ADS-B : Kinetic (www.kinetic-avionics.co.uk) SBS1(tm) Mode-S receiver and BaseStation software or AirNav Systems RadarBox(tm) receiver system. Versions of PlanePlotter up to 2.6 work with the Spider version of BaseStation; subsequent versions work with the Snoopy BaseStation. Versions of PlanePlotter from 3.8 work with the RadarBox(tm)
* For real-time flight deck views : Google Earth software
* For direction finding : DF antenna switch
* For HFDL plotting : PC-HFDL software and an HF SSB receiver
* For HF selcal decoding : HF receiver with USB mode and fine tuning steps
* To share local ATC calls : VHF receiver with AM mode tuned to your local ATC frequencies.
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