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  1. Hey Pete, I have a C# application interfacing with WideClient. I'm able to read data just fine, however I am running into some problems reading traffic data. Setup: Prepar3d 3 with Ultimate Traffic 2 installed & running. FSUIPC installed running WideServer. Seperate computer runs WideClient & C# application. When running the simulator with UT2 there are maybe 50 or more AI aircraft loaded. The TCAS data I read seems unusable, no field is coming through as useful. I wonder if AI traffic is not transmitted to WideClient. When I view the raw bytes, for example, the first 8 or so are all 0. As I scroll through the raw data there are occasional bytes with values - however I can't find any 40-byte block that does not contains enough data to decode to anything useful. If you need I can reply with a screenshot of the raw byte data. My test method is as follows: private Offset<byte[]> airborneTraffic = new Offset<byte[]>(0x3840, 3840); // AI airborne aircraft traffic data (same format as the entry for E080) private void ProcessTraffic() { var t = airborneTraffic.Value; // (96x 40 byte array) for (int i = 0; i < 3840; i += 0) { // TCAS DATA var id = BitConverter.ToInt32(t, i); i += 4; // 0 = empty, otherwise this is an FSgenerated ID.FSUIPC makes this negative to distinguish FS entries from user added ones var lat = BitConverter.ToSingle(t, i); i += 4; var lon = BitConverter.ToSingle(t, i); i += 4; var alt = BitConverter.ToSingle(t, i); i += 4; var hdg = BitConverter.ToInt16(t, i); i += 2; var gs = BitConverter.ToInt16(t, i); i += 2; var vs = BitConverter.ToInt16(t, i); i += 2; var idAtc = Encoding.ASCII.GetString(t, i, 15).ToString(); i += 15; var bState = BitConverter.ToBoolean(t, i); i += 1; var com1 = BitConverter.ToInt16(t, i); i += 2; } } So question is, is my test method way off base, or is AI traffic not transmitted to WideClient? Thank you! Kent
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