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Listener Forum / Re: KIPT and ZNY feed problem
« Last post by dave on Today at 12:05:19 PM »
We're having some issues with the encoder at that site. We hope to replace the USB sound cards soon...that is the root of the problem...new Linux kernel versions are causing issues with some USB sound devices.

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Listener Forum / KIPT and ZNY feed problem
« Last post by pilotincmnd1 on Today at 11:04:29 AM »
HELP!!!!!!! Seems to be a problem when trying to listen to the KIPT gnd/twr/ZNY as well as ZNY sector 49, ZNY sector 74 and ZNY sector 75... Which covers a lot of real estate. While trying to listen via 3 different iPhones and 2 different computer locations I find the feeds begin to play though any audio is garbled badly and at about 2 mins or less the above feeds cut off completely... This has been happening for about the last 14 days. I wonder if anyone else is experiencing the same or if the feeder can isolate and restore the feed integrity. As a pilot and radio guy I am greatful to you Dave and the volunteers who make this site the greatest source for live atc. Thanks!!!
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Lost power near Gillespie Field Airport and landed on I-8.
Video by Keri Decker:

http://www.kathrynsreport.com/2018/10/piper-pa-28-161-n8125y-incident.html
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Listener Forum / Re: KAPA - Hearing Tower Only
« Last post by dave on October 19, 2018, 07:19:24 AM »
A new set of feeds will be going up for KAPA in the next 2 weeks or so....with all of the frequencies separated out.
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Listener Forum / Re: KAPA - Hearing Tower Only
« Last post by wiedehopf on October 19, 2018, 07:02:26 AM »
https://www.liveatc.net/search/?icao=kapa

You will see there is a Denver approach frequency listed in the feed description.
The Denver approach control will be switching to multicast at night: The controller will be broadcasting on several frequencies while the planes may remain on separate frequencies. So you could hear the controller talking to planes approaching DEN but the planes are actually on a different frequency.
Check the DEN departure feed for hearing DEN approach control at night i believe they use one of the departure frequencies.
You will probably then hear it's the same controller.

Regarding reception of aircraft:
Maybe feed reception is not good enough to pick up aircraft close to the ground or approaching from the wrong direction.

Have you heard the feed any better at some point?
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Listener Forum / KAPA - Hearing Tower Only
« Last post by theguy0000 on October 19, 2018, 01:22:16 AM »
Not sure what the procedure is to report this, but all night on KAPA, I've been hearing tower only, no readback or anything at all from pilots (aside from one helicopter requesting departure). Curious if there's a problem with this feed. I mean things like landing clearances and taxi instructions that definitely require readback aren't being read back.

I'm also getting a lot of callsigns referring to KDEN flights - not sure if this is normal for Centennial Tower to handle these but I certainly don't hear them during the day.

Mostly just curiosity here - thanks in advance.
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Aviation Audio Clips / KLYH Liberty 124 Engine Failure on takeoff
« Last post by Rick108 on October 18, 2018, 12:56:13 PM »
Lynchburg Airport is heavily used by nearby Liberty University for their training programs, and their aircraft use the callsign "Liberty xxx".  In this clip, Liberty 124 has an engine problem shortly after takeoff and ends up landing in the grass back on the field.  My compliments to the pilot and instructor for the successful outcome!

I did my instrument training at KLYH, so this one hits close to home!
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http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/first-ladys-plane-lands-safely-after-mechanical-issue/ar-BBOvlmT?ocid=ientp

First lady Melania Trump's plane was forced to return to Joint Base Andrews Wednesday after a "mechanical issue" that led to smoke in the cabin.

According to the press pool traveling with Trump, about 10 minutes after the plane took off, reporters could see a thin haze of smoke and the smell of something burning. Reporters were brought wet towels and told to hold them over their faces if the smell became too strong.

The plane, a Boeing C-32A, landed safely. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar also was on the plane, a pool report said.

The White House did not immediately provide an official explanation of what happened. Stephanie Grisham, Trump's communications director, told CNN the incident was a "minor mechanical issue. Everything is fine and everyone is safe."

Trump was headed to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, where she was scheduled to make remarks about neonatal abstinence syndrome. She was originally scheduled to return to Washington Wednesday afternoon.

The trip remains on for later Wednesday and the first lady will take a different plane, Grisham said.
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