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Hey guys, I got two issues I still couldn't find a solution to yet.

1. Departing traffic traffic (most but not all) even though have their SQ code set correctly and on Mode C

still shows that SQ Error on the Slayout and the traffic/TAG is not correlated

this Issue happens when I am on C-Mode or S-Mode , EasyVATSIM I saw it happening less

 

2. the Other issue is that some times Arrival traffic do not show up on my Inbound traffic list (also depicted in the screen shots) even though they are way in my Airspace distance

 

here are Screen Shots of two different events at two different Dates

 

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2.the other issue Some time Incoming traffic show up on my radar (not correlated) but I don't see them on my

Arrival List (Sector Inbound List)

 

Screen Shot Depicting the issue

 

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My General Settings in ES (common to both Issues)

 

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My ASR Display Settings

 

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It really depends how are your radars set in ESE file.

 

You can also try enabling the following:

- Correlation distance: 50 -OR- 0 (unlimited), try 0 if 50 won't work for you

- Auto start FP tracks

- Accept pilot squawk

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Mark-Julius Pikat
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VACC Estonia
Contact mark-julius.pikat [at] estvacc.org

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It really depends how are your radars set in ESE file.

 

You can also try enabling the following:

- Correlation distance: 50 -OR- 0 (unlimited), try 0 if 50 won't work for you

- Auto start FP tracks

- Accept pilot squawk

 

what should I be checking i the ESE file? what section, what am I looking for that could be related?

the correlation distance you referring to, is it in the ESE file?

 

how does the ESE could effect such?

 

what about the other issue I mentioned that flight do not appear in the inbound list?

 

also make sure your radar definition is correct.

 

What do you mean by that? what radar definition I should focus on?

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We are both talking about the same thing, once again, in your settings, you use "Simulate Radar Coverage", radars are defined in the ESE file, if they are not defined correctly, EuroScope might only have for instance primary coverage in a certain zone. Check the wiki for more information: http://www.euroscope.hu/mediawiki/index.php?title=ESE_Files_Description#The_Radar_Section

 

For the flight plan not appearing in the list, as I said, it is most likely due to the "Auto start FP track" not being checked, and so is your correlation problem. Everything is explained in the EuroScope wiki, so try to read that if you have more questions:

http://www.euroscope.hu/mediawiki/index.php?title=Professional_Radar_Simulation

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OK, I tried what you guys suggested as you can see below. but yet it did not fix the issue.

I couldn't find the - Correlation distance: 50 -OR- 0 (unlimited) setting.

maybe you guys could help me where it might be.

 

What I did noticed is that with the two Airplanes departed today during my Control session, even though their SQ code was correct and on Mode C, while on the ground

it shows an error like depicted below. but as soon at they took off (not sure if before or after I [Mod - Happy Thoughts]ume the Airplane, but I am sure that no matter if the Airplane was [Mod - Happy Thoughts]umed or not on the ground - tested it - it showed error)

the SQ Error is gone and it shows all is good.

any Idea why?

 

 

 

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The correlation distance is part of the general settings page, just below the selection of the radar mode (which is S-mode in your case).

 

In case you have problems with the correlation of squawk that not a controller issued, but the pilot itself has chosen by random, you should activate "accept pilot squawk".

 

About the issue with the departing traffic. It would be interesting to see the flight strip (F6) for such an aircraft while on ground. Because there you can see both what squawk is [Mod - Happy Thoughts]igned and what squawk is set.

Jonas Kuster Leader Operation - vACC Switzerland | www.vacc.ch

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Correlation works on C mode aircraft only. Stand-by ones are not correlated at all.

 

Even the pilot itself set C mode, you still able to ignore it. As I see from the settings page: You checked "[Mod - Happy Thoughts]ume aircraft on the ground STBY" and ground filter is set to 5000 ft and 50 kts. So all planes below 5000 and 50 kts are treated as on the ground and its mode is set to STBY by ES (not by the client) and no correlation in that case.

Gergely.

EuroScope developer

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thanks Gergely for your answer.

so what is the Settings you think I shell set to be able and have auto correlate?

S-Mode I see also correlates traffic as I experienced.

 

what about the other Issue I mentioned? that planes (arrivals) even though on my radar at my Airspace are not showing up in the inbound list

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Just disable to "[Mod - Happy Thoughts]ume aircraft on the ground STBY" setting. Then you will get what the pilot really does.

For the arrival list you should have a sector [Mod - Happy Thoughts]igned to you that the planes will cross, or activate the airport for arrivals.

Gergely.

EuroScope developer

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