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Listener Forum / Re: EINN. SHANNON H/L
« Last post by dave on August 07, 2020, 05:20:57 PM »
Thanks JS!

Now configured per your suggestion. Let's see how it goes.

Let me know about any suggested tweaks.

Dave
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Listener Forum / Re: EINN. SHANNON H/L
« Last post by JetScan1 on August 07, 2020, 04:57:47 PM »
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Is there a current list of active frequencies and does anyone have a good idea how to split them up?

If it was me the first priority would be to keep the low sectors split from the high sectors, then the other two radios with high frequencies split between what frequencies you can hear the controller's on, then the adjacent sectors based on location (east vs west).

Radio 1 - Low Altitude
119.080 (controller), (it's also cross-coupled with all other low sector frequencies)

Radio 2 - High Altitude (east)
132.150 (controller)
134.260
134.630
135.230
135.600
136.255

Radio 3 - High Altitude (west, coastal)
131.150 (controller)
120.040
122.980
125.875 (might be called channel 125.880 now?)
127.130
129.665
133.360

Thanks for the new feeds !

JS

Edit - removed attached chart due errors and out of date
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Listener Forum / Re: EINN. SHANNON H/L
« Last post by dave on August 07, 2020, 11:08:02 AM »
Map received...thanks...will use that as guidance for now. There should be a third feed later.

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Listener Forum / Re: EINN. SHANNON H/L
« Last post by 777lrf on August 07, 2020, 10:18:19 AM »
I've just activated a couple of new Shannon Control High feeds:

https://www.liveatc.net/search/?icao=einn

There is one more receiver that can be dedicated to splitting the Shannon High frequencies up.

Is there a current list of active frequencies and does anyone have a good idea how to split them up? Three total receivers to dedicate to this.

Thanks,
Dave

I pm'ed you a chart that i hope helps thank you for bringing this back!
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Listener Forum / Re: ZDC 124.025
« Last post by dave on August 06, 2020, 05:12:30 PM »
Good catch...done.
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Listener Forum / Re: EINN. SHANNON H/L
« Last post by dave on August 06, 2020, 05:11:18 PM »
I've just activated a couple of new Shannon Control High feeds:

https://www.liveatc.net/search/?icao=einn

There is one more receiver that can be dedicated to splitting the Shannon High frequencies up.

Is there a current list of active frequencies and does anyone have a good idea how to split them up? Three total receivers to dedicate to this.

Thanks,
Dave
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Listener Forum / Re: VFR Airlfields
« Last post by dave on August 06, 2020, 05:09:15 PM »
The airport I fly out of has tons of VFR traffic:

https://www.liveatc.net/search?icao=kash
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Hello,

Thanks for sharing.

The feed is Aug 2 01:30 UTC and the next half hour. Tower transmission are way more clearer on TCA frequency if you wanna check it out and retrim the clip with a better Tower audio.

Best regards

Indeed, although TCA only has the controller, so it might be a bit tedious. Normally there's another much better Newark tower feed, but that one's been broken for a month (loud tone/distortion).

Edit: Actually, I figured out a way to do it faster. I'll post the fixed version later.
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Hello,

Thanks for sharing.

The feed is Aug 2 01:30 UTC and the next half hour. Tower transmission are way more clearer on TCA frequency if you wanna check it out and retrim the clip with a better Tower audio.

Best regards
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