Aircraft database - corrections and additions

John Mondary

New Member
I don't know what this is. Maybe someone else does?

Hex code: 01394E
Callsign: DRL27

Gatwick Aviation website to search by hex says not found.

What I have figured out is that the hex code says that it is Egyptian, but I don't know how true that is. If anyone knows of some other reference for looking up mode S codes, I would love to know where.

Oh yeah, off the coast of North Carolina, USA.
 

John Mondary

New Member
Hex code: 01394E
Registration: N27AX
Type Code: LJ40
Type: Learjet 40
MSN: 45-2095
Callsign: DRL27
Operator: Omni Air Transport
 
Last edited:

navys

New Member
Hex code: 50FF9B
Registration: 04BLUE
Type Code: AN26
Type: Antonov AN-26
Operator: Ukraine Emergency Service1
 

navys

New Member
Hex code: AE0446
Registration: 99-6143
Type Code: B752
Type: Boeing C-32B
MSN: 25494
 
Last edited:

navys

New Member
Thank you for your help as always
Good evening Mark, I have a question.
I want to install an ADS-B antenna on the mast of a mobile operator. +30 meters above the ground.
So, does mobile communication affect the operation of the device, and will the signal level drop dramatically if I add 20 meters of cable?

Sorry for my English, I'm from Ukraine :(
 

wiedehopf

Member
Both the mobile signals and the cable will be a problem.

This LNA might solve both problems: https://www.rtl-sdr.com/new-product-rtl-sdr-blog-1090-mhz-ads-b-lna/

It is not watertight, so you should enclose it in weatherproof box of some sort.
You will also need to supply it with 5V via a Bias-T.

But i'm not sure, depending on where in relation to the mobile phone antennas your antenna will be, it could still be a problem.
What would surely help would be using an antenna with a gain profile oriented well to the horizon.
For example a 12 or more element colinear antenna.

(Also in the future you should probably start a new thread for such a question :) )
 
Last edited:

navys

New Member
Hex code: 60009F
Registration: EK73772
ICAO Type: B737
Type: Boeing 737-500
MSN: 28472
Operator: Taron-Avia
 
Top