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Old 11-17-2016, 12:55 PM
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Originally Posted by n74846 View Post
I found a very useful site to convert your N number into IACO format. I used that input to change it in the Skyview, then flew an confirmed with ARTCC while in the air. The site is: avionictools.com.
Do you need that conversion any more?

The FAA registration online data base now gives the Mode S code in both octal and hexadecimal formats.

The IACO standard is the base 16 hex code, and that is what Skyview requires.
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