Aircraft List View


What do the Column names mean on the Aircraft List Window. (Black Plane Symbol on Toolbar)
Columns in the display show the ICAO hex code, aircraft registration, current flight number, latitude, longitude, altitude, course and speed, aircraft type, route, squawk code,
time of the latest position report, report type, the user who last uploaded the data, the Interested tag, the User Tag, and a string of the last 5 users who have uploaded the data.

Rep = Type of message received/decoded as follows:
-1 = ACARS no position report
0 = ACARS position report or manual position report
1 = ACARS forward estimated position
2 = ACARS AMDAR position
3 = SBS1 log access
4 = HFDL position report
5 = ACARS flight plan waypoint
6 = SBS1 TCP access
7 = RadarBox TCP access
8 = RadarBox log access
9 = Position estimated by Multilateration (MLat)
11 = DF-18 reports
12 = Mode-A/C reports
13 = Beamfinder fix

Sh = Sharer Id in ‘your’ list it will be *B if your receiving the Aircraft and your code is xB or 1B or BB etc

Int = Will be ‘yes’ if you have the Aircraft marked as Interested in your database

U-tag = Can be Used to invoke the optional user defined symbol to match the digit after the "A".
Custom symbols and video here.

0 = No ADS-B Emitter Category Information
1 = Light ( 2 = Small (15 500 to 75 000 lbs.)
3 = Large (75 000 to 300 000 lbs.)
4 = High Vortex Large(aircraft such as B-757)
5 = Heavy (> 300 000 lbs.)
6 = High Performance ( > 5 g acceleration and > 400kts)
7 = Rotorcraft

Sharers = a string of the last 5 users who have uploaded the data.
Cat = Most send "A0", which means "no information". you will need a receiver that produces RAW data to see these. (also relates to U-tag)
Sig = Signal Strength