Yup, changed colour of the jaggies via the menus, which explains the differences in colour between the 1st & 2nd screen shots. 18 planes would be a very poor "catch" around here - but then this is probably the busiest area for commercial flying in the UK!Great stuff! You can change the colour of the jaggies using menu - options then the map tab
The most aircraft Ive ever seen is 18!
Chris will tell you more but I understand his altitude is low (around 30m) and his town has reasonably high hills to the North & South - but, of course, there are also low spots in places in those too. My location is a similar altitude, and I get smilar effects because of all the buildings around the house, even though the terrain is reasonably flat - OTOH, raising the antenna to around 15ft (mean) from the ground did give a marked improvement.The "jaggies" are caused by terrain blockage of your receiving antenna, the higher you can get it the less problems you would have with the jaggies. (funny)
I see a sharp dip in the due South direction then a sharp spike in the South South Easterly direction. (in the direction of Paris)
And a big dip in the North West with a big spike to the East South East, this could be due to something BIG in the way and then a clear shot in those directions.
A good look with some powerful binoculars in those directions, or a Google Earth shot, would maybe give you an idea on what may be in the way.
I don't know if you can go higher with the receive antenna but it could help, you would get better results.
That had been done Chris, corresponding to the ticked "Show Current Location" in the box above.From memory, you need to set your longitude and latitude in VRS, then it should be able to show the spikes.
I no longer have my VRS server running, only the raspberry pi feeding data in.
That had been done Chris, corresponding to the ticked "Show Current Location" in the box above.
I spent ages before with this problem; looks to be unlikely to resolve itself in a hurry.