About the software
PlanePlotter receives and decodes live digital position reports from aircraft and plots them on a chart. Google Ads
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.
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 Kinetic SBS1(tm) or AirNav System RadarBox(tm) Mode-S receivers, 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.
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 process and display Mode-S/ADS-B position reports captured by the Kinetic SBS1(tm), the AirNav Systems RadarBox(tm), the RxControl Mode-S receiver, the PlaneGadget Radar, the miniADSB, the microADBS and the FPGA Beast. 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.
The main features of COAA PlanePlotter are:
- Message display
- Data saving
- Chart display
- Google Earth server
- Direction finding
- Input signals
- GPX overlays
- Memory-Map Navigator support
- OLE/COM interface
- DDE access
- Peer-to-peer output
- Peer-to-peer audio
- Internet sharing
- HF selcal decoding
- many more…..
COAA PlanePlotter v188.8.131.52 System Requirements
- Operating System: WinXP/Vista/Win7/Win8/Win10
How to Download and Install COAA PlanePlotter v184.108.40.206
- Click on the download button(s) below and finish downloading the required files. This might take from a few minutes to a few hours, depending on your download speed.
- Extract the downloaded files. If you don’t know how to extract, see this article. The password to extract will always be: www.mysoftwarefree.com
- Run planeplotter6_6_1_5.exe and install the software
- Open RLTS folder and run Keygen.exe. Use the key generated when asked in your setup.
- You now have the full version of COAA PlanePlotter v220.127.116.11 installed on your PC.