PlanePlotter is a windows decoder of live digital position reports from aircraft and plots them on a chart. Using PlanePlotter, you can see a radar-like display of all those aircraft around you that are transmitting the appropriate digital messages including ACARS, ADS-B and HFDL. Full Trial available for 21 days.
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that is about Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast, ADS-B decoding, plotting software.
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