PlanePlotter v4.9.7 英文正式版(顯示飛行器位置軟體)
PlanePlotter - Features
PlanePlotter shows a table display of messages received and decoded from live aircraft
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 SBS1
Mode-S receiver, 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
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.
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 mode-S receiver.
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.