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Offline JetScan1

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HF CAR Request ?
« on: February 04, 2024, 09:18:33 AM »
For at least the last week New York ARINC have been using 8825, 8846, 11396, 13297 as primaries on the Carribean Tracks (WATRS airspace) during the day (around 1100Z-2300Z). Just wondering what the chances are of getting the 6577 and 11330 feeds changed to 8825 and 13297 for about a week or so while they are running this configuration ? If it's not too much trouble, I'm guessing you can do this remotely ?

As a side note 8825 is a NAT-E frequency or at least was, not sure how long they have been using it as a CAR frequency, seems to have replaced 6577 for now.

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Re: HF CAR Request ?
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2024, 06:54:00 AM »
How sure are we that the change is permanent? I control all those and can do it remotely or just create some new feeds, but I am a little receiver limited. It's a bit of work to switch what we have for these and then have to do it all over in a week.  :-)

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Re: HF CAR Request ?
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2024, 07:33:27 AM »
How sure are we that the change is permanent?

Not sure at all. They have been consistent for the last week but that could all change with the HF conditions. The NAT-E frequencies 8825 and 6628 being used in the CAR area is new to me, not sure what's up with that. I'll keep an eye (ear) on it and see how it goes.

It's a bit of work to switch what we have for these and then have to do it all over in a week.

Understand, no worries if it's to much trouble.




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Re: HF CAR Request ?
« Reply #3 on: February 16, 2024, 10:54:09 AM »
New York ARINC still using 8825 and 8846 (north) and 11396 and 13297 (south) as the primary frequencies in the CAR/WATRS area during the day (13Z-23Z). This has been consistent over the last 10 days.