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Offline milguy11

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new ZJX Charts
« on: May 03, 2019, 08:44:32 AM »

Enjoy!



Offline sniderpac

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Re: new ZJX Charts
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2020, 01:35:35 AM »
Does anyone know the validity of these frequencies? I have some charts from 2007. There are 4 frequencies that are different in this newer set. Just curious how the information was gathered.

Offline JetScan1

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Re: new ZJX Charts
« Reply #2 on: June 16, 2020, 12:41:30 PM »
sniderpac,

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Does anyone know the validity of these frequencies? I have some charts from 2007. There are 4 frequencies that are different in this newer set. Just curious how the information was gathered.

The charts posted by milguy11 appear to be the same type that would be published directly from the Center/FAA. As far as I can tell, using various LiveATC feeds and personal experience, all the VHF frequencies listed on the charts are current and correct as of the last few months. I can't confirm any of the UHF frequencies.

Comparing some older charts it does look they made a few tweaks to some of the sectors and frequencies. What 4 frequencies are you talking about ?


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Re: new ZJX Charts
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2020, 02:50:22 PM »
Yeah, I wasn't sure of the source of the information, whether from the FAA or just enthusiasts listening and trying to sort it out. I have the 2007 chart, Nepta (30) was 124.775, Waycross (29) has 2 frequencies. AMG 132.3 and VLD 125.95. Allendale (73) also had 2 frequencies, QMG 132.5 and SAV 120.85. Charleston (74) also had 2 frequencies. CHS 127.95 and MYR 128.7. Unsure if the dual frequencies were combined into a new frequency. I suppose that could be the reason if this is truly FAA data. Having some knowledge of the sector map, this does appear to be consistent with the FAA.
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