Sharer PP offline on Sunday

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JFR
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Sharer PP offline on Sunday

#1 Post by JFR » 30 Mar 2013 12:00

Hey Guys,
My GS will be offline on Sunday. I will be moving my current equipment to my Brother inlaw's house (minus external antenna) in East Greenwich, RI. I'll then be setting up a new GS here at my house.

I asked this question on PP Yahoo board but haven't seen a response yet: The only thing I need to change is the Home Location in PP options?

-JR

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#2 Post by SteveANE » 30 Mar 2013 13:45

That's my understanding. Once you get it set up and running at the new location, you should probably resubmit for GS approval.

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#3 Post by bgav » 30 Mar 2013 13:57

Great news. This should help mlats as well as lower altitude/approach/departure coverage around PVD. The stock RTL2832U antenna has impressive coverage for its size.

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#4 Post by JFR » 30 Mar 2013 14:03

I bought a DPD indoor blade for the RI install. Our hope is to get some good MLats for the RHODY flights.

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Relocation complete

#5 Post by JFR » 31 Mar 2013 20:01

Scott- please update the Wiki as follows:

Sharer PP is located in East Greenwich, RI with a MicroADS-B RX with a DPD Indoor Blade antenna. (my BIL's house)
Sharer wn is located in Walpole, MA with an RTL2832U+R820T RX with a WIMO GP-1090 external antenna (me)

Thanks,
-JR

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#6 Post by Scott SNE Webmaster » 04 Apr 2013 12:13

Lost the above in the shuffle but it's updated now. Sorry for the delay, and thanks for the added station!
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