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airnav boxes

Post by omega » 12 Mar 2014, 13:35

what benefits would I gain by having one of these airnav receivers or similar,against what I can see for free on fr24,what does this receiver give me different from what I can already get for free.do not wish to share info over net as I believe if u want to these boxes can do that,just solely for rx,many thanks..

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Post by rocket » 13 Mar 2014, 10:45

The free sites rely on input for coverage from these virtual radar ADS-B receivers such as Airnav, SBS and the SDR type dongles etc.

I can turn my AirNav RadarBox on here and see aircraft that are not on the free sites due to lack of coverage.
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