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Offline MIAMIATC

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Merida Mexico Additions
« on: December 22, 2020, 06:22:34 PM »
We used to have Merida Center frequencies 125.2 and 128.2 but they are gone . Would it be possible if they could be added to he feed that  has 123.75 and 125.8 please ?



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Re: Merida Mexico Additions
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2020, 07:52:27 AM »
We used to have Merida Center frequencies 125.2 and 128.2 but they are gone . Would it be possible if they could be added to he feed that  has 123.75 and 125.8 please ?

These have been aded back...it's not known whether they are active with the reduced flight volume due to COVID-19.

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Re: Merida Mexico Additions
« Reply #2 on: December 31, 2020, 11:45:23 AM »
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it's not known whether they are active with the reduced flight volume due to COVID-19.

Sounds like they are active (11:00 EST). Very good reception range on this radio. SDR ? If you added 126.700/128.300 you would have most of the sectors to the southwest-west covered as well. Ideally as a stand alone combo 126.700/128.300 feed like what you have with the other ones.

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Re: Merida Mexico Additions
« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2021, 11:20:51 AM »
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it's not known whether they are active with the reduced flight volume due to COVID-19.

Sounds like they are active (11:00 EST). Very good reception range on this radio. SDR ? If you added 126.700/128.300 you would have most of the sectors to the southwest-west covered as well. Ideally as a stand alone combo 126.700/128.300 feed like what you have with the other ones.

Yes...this is from an SDR. I'll look at the config.....I think we only have 2-3 SDRs on this one and a USB audio interface for the scanner which handles local, IIRC.