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Listener Forum / Re: Thanks to the provider of LFPG!
« Last post by Biloxy on January 26, 2020, 06:29:40 AM »
Merci pour ces précieuses informations concernant le Jpole. Tu m'offres un peu plus de souplesse quant à mon installation. Tu penses que je devrais rajouter un balun installé comme sur la photo ci-joint pour faire échec aux perturbations hertziennes environnantes ?

When can you get this enhancement done?

What about the Tower Feed?

If it's possible for you, please put this receiver on GT https://www.globaltuners.com/

Thank you.

This week. With this antenna, I'll be able to feed the CDG tower frequency in a pretty good conditions.
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Aviation Audio Clips / Eviation Alice catches fire at KPRC
« Last post by tyketto on January 24, 2020, 01:01:50 PM »

A friend of mine who works for the Arizona Dept. of Transportation living in Prescott saw this, and wondered what was going on, as they were evacuating the entire area. Come to find this (I'm not including the full article due to being lazy and this isn't the Incidents section):

https://www.flightglobal.com/air-transport/eviation-alice-prototype-damaged-by-electric-fire-in-arizona/136327.article

Quote
Eviation Alice prototype damaged by electric fire in Arizona
By Jon Hemmerdinger
23 January 2020

An electric system fire significantly damaged a prototype of Israeli company Eviation Aircraft’s in-development, all-electric Alice aircraft at an Arizona airport on 22 January.

The Prescott Regional airport confirms the nine-passenger Alice prototype was damaged by a fire that started at about 18:30 local time.

Though the extent of the damage remains unknown, video of the fire posted online by local media outlet Prescott eNews suggests the prototype suffered extensively.

The video shows firefighters dousing the smoking prototype with water or fire extinguishing agent.

Full event for this starts right at the 1/23/2020 0130Z mark, so here's the full clip. I'm not in a position to edit this, so those that have the means to, feel free.

https://archive-server.liveatc.net/kprc/KPRC-Twr-Both-Jan-23-2020-0130Z.mp3

BL.


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Listener Forum / Re: Thanks to the provider of LFPG!
« Last post by Jonakwan on January 24, 2020, 12:37:07 PM »
Merci pour ces précieuses informations concernant le Jpole. Tu m'offres un peu plus de souplesse quant à mon installation. Tu penses que je devrais rajouter un balun installé comme sur la photo ci-joint pour faire échec aux perturbations hertziennes environnantes ?

When can you get this enhancement done?

What about the Tower Feed?

If it's possible for you, please put this receiver on GT https://www.globaltuners.com/

Thank you.
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Listener Forum / Re: CYQM feed noise
« Last post by CFVDI on January 24, 2020, 11:25:10 AM »
Correction only CYQM are/dep is normal.  All other
feeds under CYQM have high noise level.
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Listener Forum / CYQM feed noise
« Last post by CFVDI on January 24, 2020, 11:15:25 AM »
CYQM Tower feed has had steady noise or static at least
for several weeks.  The other feeds for CYQM are normal.

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Aviation News (General) / VIP Notice - Palm Beach, FL. Notice Number: NOTC9949
« Last post by kb4tez on January 24, 2020, 09:22:10 AM »
Looks like the President coming home for the Super Bowl

VIP Notice - Palm Beach, FL.
Notice Number: NOTC9949

Notice: Expect VIP movement January 31- February 02, 2020 in the vicinity of Palm Beach, FL.  Pilots can expect airspace restrictions in conjunction with this VIP movement.  The FAA recommends that all aircraft operators check NOTAMs OFTEN for  mandatory airspace restrictions prior to operations within this region.

Specific instructions and restrictions are available at http://tfr.faa.gov once the NOTAM has been issued.

*Depicted TFR data may not be a complete listing. Pilots should not use the information on this website for flight planning purposes. For the latest information, call your local Flight Service Station at 1-800-WX-BRIEF.

Additional Information:  https://www.faasafety.gov/files/notices/2020/Jan/PBI_TFR_Alert_20200131-20200202.pdf
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"A Loganair Embraer ERJ-145, registration G-SAJK performing flight LM-97 from Aberdeen,SC to London Southend,EN (UK) with 35 passengers and 3 crew, landed on Southend's runway 23 just about to apply brakes when the crew spotted an object on the runway about 8-10 meters to the right of the runway centerline. At approximately 105-110 KIAS the crew applied slight left rudder, felt a slight bump through the rudder pedals and wasn't sure whether this bump was result of collision with the object or going over the runway center line. The aircraft stopped, backtracked and vacated the runway. No damage was found. A runway inspection found a general aviation towbar on the runway.

A short time later the airport received a phone call from a general aviation pilot, who had departed Southend about 30 minutes prior to the occurrence, that he believed he had departed with the tow bar still attached to the nose gear of his aircraft."

"The pilot of a Cessna 210 departing from Southend Airport inadvertently left the aircraft’s towbar attached to the nosewheel. As the aircraft took off the towbar fell off and landed on the runway. The towbar remained on the runway for approximately 30 minutes during which time another aircraft landed, another took off and an operations vehicle completed an inspection. A landing Embraer 145 ran over the towbar during its landing roll.

The pilot of the Cessna reported that he was distracted by an early road traffic incident and this is probably why he forgot to remove the towbar. The incident highlights how stress from events unrelated to flying can cause a significant distraction and the importance of pilots honestly assessing their fitness for flight prior to every flight."


From:

http://avherald.com/h?article=4d257687&opt=0
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Listener Forum / Re: Thanks to the provider of LFPG!
« Last post by Biloxy on January 24, 2020, 05:11:50 AM »
Laisse tomber c'est de l'écoute.

Ne confonds pas le balun (balanced - unbalanced) qui permet de relier un équipement symétrique (antenne déca, dipole) où les deux côtés de la connexion apportent du signal à un équipement asymétrique (masse + signal) avec un notch qui permet le rejet de perturbations non désirées, genre http://www.hb9amo.net/fmcoaxialfilter.php.

Ton antenne est probablement déjà asymétrique, avec un connecteur asymétrique, tout ça, t'embête pas. C'est pour ça que j'utilise de la discone, elle sort asymétrique de base. La photo que tu vois, c'est l'antenne entière, t'as pas un truc comme ça je pense.

Après, si un émetteur bande FM interfère avec ton récepteur bande aviation, il y a des filtres à positionner juste à l'entrée du récepteur qui fonctionnent bien.

Parfait, merci pour ces précieuses informations. Prochaine étape pour moi, l'installation de l'antenne que je recevrai la semaine prochaine. Si tout fonctionne, je feederai la tour avec un son parfait. Terminer les départs. Et comme j'ai deux scanners, je vais répartir le signal provenant de l'antenne sur les deux, comme cela je pourrai continuer de scanner tout en feedant.
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 :x
Why?? Why would anyone do this??
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