When I take a look on the FlightAware ADS-B Coverage map, I see a few other feeders near my feeder location. It seems, some of those feeders are not correctly placed on the coverage map, because the feeder descriptions point to places (e.g. airport names), which are up to 50 km away. I assume, those feeder owners have set the position data (Lat/Lon) or the “Nearest Airport” wrong. Therefore, I have 3 questions:
Shows FlightAware ADS-B Coverage map the correct positions of the feeders? (I know, there is an option to obscure the position up to 10km)
What will happen with the data integrity if several feeder owners have set the position or the “Nearest Airport” wrong? I assume the quality of MLAT will decrease in that areas and other double- and security-checks routine could fail.
Is there a possibility to inform those feeder owners, to correct the feeder position data or “Nearest airport” name? As a normal user, unfortunately we can’t inform those feeder owners directly.
Are there anybody who can answer my questions?