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Question For Rades Data Specialists

woody
post Sep 30 2011, 01:33 PM
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Hello together,

I'm absolutely not familiar with the RADES data and how to handle it. I have two basic questions:

Is it possible to determine the flight path latlong data for a certain commercial flight, f.e. Continental 345?

Is it possible to search for a flight within a restricted space time, say "Manhattan+-15 miles" from "8:40-8:45", supposed the direction of the flight is roughly known?

Thanks for answers in advance.



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rob balsamo
post Sep 30 2011, 02:29 PM
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Hi woody,

There are many filters to search for flights (tracks) with the RADES software. Unfortunately, search by flight number isnt one of them.

However, if you know the squawk code assigned to the flight, you can then find that flight.

You can also filter the tracks within a window of time as well. Zoom in and out on the map to get a closer look at the tracks... .etc.

Hope this helps....
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post Sep 30 2011, 03:29 PM
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Thanks Rob - so the answer to my first question seems to be no and the answer to the second yes, if I understand you right.

But I don't even know where to start - have you got an URL?


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post Oct 1 2011, 04:38 AM
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QUOTE (woody @ Sep 30 2011, 03:29 PM) *
Thanks Rob - so the answer to my first question seems to be no and the answer to the second yes, if I understand you right.

But I don't even know where to start - have you got an URL?


Well, correct. "no" for number 1 and "yes" for number 2.

But again, you can track any aircraft if you know the squawk code. Maybe you can find the squawk in BTS? I dont know.. you're more experienced on the BTS database than me.

I do have the full RADES software uploaded to our server.... i'll have to fire up my other pc to get you the link if you need it.

Let me know. I wont post the link publicly. Matter of fact, you'll need FTP access to our server which I will gladly provide to you if you need it.
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post Oct 1 2011, 09:57 AM
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Poster "Tume" is the man to ask about the 9/11 RADES "squawk codes" (IMO)

I'm totally lost on it (even when it's laid out for me in black and white lol) but Tume's been studying it for years and should be able to provide specific answers for ya?

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post Oct 1 2011, 10:39 AM
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QUOTE (onesliceshort @ Oct 1 2011, 09:57 AM) *
Poster "Tume" is the man to ask about the 9/11 RADES "squawk codes" (IMO)

I'm totally lost on it (even when it's laid out for me in black and white lol) but Tume's been studying it for years and should be able to provide specific answers for ya?

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I agree. Tume walked me through the RADES software and filters.

If you can track him down, Tume is your guy. However, if i recall, Tume is out of internet reach at this time. He travels quite a bit.
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post Oct 1 2011, 02:25 PM
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QUOTE (rob balsamo @ Oct 1 2011, 02:39 PM) *
I agree. Tume walked me through the RADES software and filters.

If you can track him down, Tume is your guy. However, if i recall, Tume is out of internet reach at this time. He travels quite a bit.


Thanks for the infos, guys. So I prepare my questions and present them to him when he's back. It 's about the final (?) minutes of AA 11.


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QUOTE (woody @ Oct 1 2011, 02:25 PM) *
Thanks for the infos, guys. So I prepare my questions and present them to him when he's back. It 's about the final (?) minutes of AA 11.


Hi Woody
you can get the software+data from here (I put the main page, scounge in RADES then)
http://911datasets.org/index.php/FAA_RADES_NORAD_FOIA_Data


although software isnt working except that on old machine (XP i think) for me

hope it helps
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