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Listener Forum / Re: Frequency Request - ZAU
« Last post by dave on January 05, 2022, 05:34:50 PM »
Further info:

1) As long as 124.8 and 134.025 are "combined," this will work. For the ZAU controller...how often is that pair of frequencies not used? Are aircraft sometimes using 124.8?
2) I also checked 119.225 Sector 58 Lincoln Low since it isn't too far away (Leroy, IL RCAG?). No controllers heard...occasional pilot traffic. Didn't seem very busy at the time. Is that sector every combined with another? If so, which one(s)?

Thanks,
Dave
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Listener Forum / Re: Frequency Request - ZAU
« Last post by dave on January 05, 2022, 04:14:41 PM »
We're working on adding an appropriate (non-SDR) receiver for this. May be a week or so before it is online. We will also add an SDR to separate Approach from Ground/Tower again.

Donations are always welcome for those who will find this useful.

Thanks,
Dave
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Listener Forum / Re: Frequency Request - ZAU
« Last post by JetScan1 on January 04, 2022, 02:21:02 PM »
124.8 comes in great at the KBMI receiver site. The only issue is bleedover from Tower on 124.6 since the receiver is very close to KBMI and SDR doesn't have the ability to filter between 124.6 and 124.8. ZAU controller was heard but he must have been working two frequencies since aircraft were not heard.

Thanks for checking, so still simulcasting on 124.800, the aircraft are probably on 134.025. Too bad about the splashover, a dedicated feed scanning the 124.800/134.025 combo should work perfect as per the OP request.
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Listener Forum / Re: Frequency Request - ZAU
« Last post by dave on January 04, 2022, 10:28:22 AM »
124.8 comes in great at the KBMI receiver site. The only issue is bleedover from Tower on 124.6 since the receiver is very close to KBMI and SDR doesn't have the ability to filter between 124.6 and 124.8. ZAU controller was heard but he must have been working two frequencies since aircraft were not heard.
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Listener Forum / Re: MDPP
« Last post by dave on January 04, 2022, 10:09:28 AM »
123.775 has been added.
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Listener Forum / Re: Cenamer 133.500 (Sector 1)
« Last post by JetScan1 on January 04, 2022, 09:39:02 AM »
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Not able to split at those locations at the moment but will check into adding the frequency.

Thanks Dave. Looking at the AIP it looks like 133.500 has officially replaced 123.900 in Sector 1. With 123.900 being reassigned as a secondary Oceanic frequency.

http://www.ahac.gob.hn/AIPMH_AMDT_1521/AIP_2114/Eurocontrol/HONDURAS/2021-11-04-AIRAC/html/eAIP/ES-MH-ENR-2.1-es-ES.html#ENR-2

http://www.ahac.gob.hn/AIPMH_AMDT_1521/AIP_2114/Eurocontrol/HONDURAS/2021-11-04-AIRAC/html/eAIP/MAPS/ENR/MH_ENR%206-8%20CHART_CENAMER%20SECTORS.pdf
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Listener Forum / Re: Cenamer 133.500 (Sector 1)
« Last post by dave on January 04, 2022, 09:12:40 AM »
Not able to split at those locations at the moment but will check into adding the frequency.
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Listener Forum / Re: Can't reinstall application
« Last post by dave on January 04, 2022, 09:12:05 AM »
That's odd.....contact us at: https://www.liveatc.net/ct/contact.php

and we can investigate further with you. Send details: phone model, Android OS version, etc.
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Listener Forum / Cenamer 133.500 (Sector 1)
« Last post by JetScan1 on January 03, 2022, 08:35:54 PM »
It appears Cenamer Control (Central America) has been using 133.500 (in place of 123.900) in Sector 1 (High Altitude over Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador). Any chance 133.500 could be added to the LiveATC feeds that cover this area ? The feeds at MHRO, MHLC, MHTG, MSLP. If it's at all possible having the Cenamer frequencies split from the local ones would be ideal as some of these Tower/Approach frequencies can be very busy at times.
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