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« on: March 15, 2011, 04:40:29 PM »

Mondays (March 14) FAA Daily National Flight Data Digest (NFDD) lists 126.975 as a new low altitude ZMA frequency located at the Miami RCAG site. Can anyone confirm that this frequency is in use and what sector it's used for ? Thanks. DJ
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« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2011, 05:42:20 PM »

just plugged them in on both scanners Daryl. Will let you know of anything .
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« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2011, 07:25:27 PM »

Thanks. smiley I haven't checked the Daily NFDD in awhile. I would have fallen off my chair if I saw that first.
A bad time for this to happen-My mast and VHF antennas are out of business at the moment. I wonder what's being replaced or added?


FLORIDA NFDD 049 - 1 03/14/2011
MIAMI
MIAMI ARTCC
IDENT ZMA
RCAG
SITE MIAMI, FL
LATITUDE - 25-48-06.35 N LONGITUDE - 080-20-58.18 W
FREQUENCY 126.975  ADDED
ALTITUDE LOW           ADDED
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« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2011, 07:43:44 PM »

I just checked & those are the correct coordinates for the Miami RCAG

P.S. I could sure use one of those towers now!!

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« Reply #4 on: March 15, 2011, 09:07:29 PM »

I have a recent outdated AFD on hand  it had 132.95,133.85,133.2,133.95,132.4,127.7,126.325, and 124.7 as listed. I guess the one that is now gone has been replaced by 126.975 ?
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« Reply #5 on: March 16, 2011, 08:21:55 AM »

Here is what I think, I verified all of the VHF frequencies and some of the UHF grin
353.9000 is simulcasting at the Miami RCAG 135.6000 on Bimini if you know what I mean.  KEL


ZMA Miami, FL - RCAG

Frequency                Alpha Tag    Description       

124.70000              ZMA26 L/H /Sector 26 Homestead Low/High (SELKEY)
         
126.32500              ZMA40 Hi     /Sector 40 Bimini High
       
127.22500              ZMA60 H/L /Sector 60 Georgetown Hi/Low (SELKEY)
        
128.17500              ZMA05 Low/Sector 05 Key West Low (Backup)
       
132.40000              ZMA24 Low/Sector 24 Fort Meyers Low (SE Half)
       
133.20000              ZMA41 Low/Sector 41 Bimini Low (Backup)
       
133.85000              ZMA42 Low/Sector 42 Low (SELKEY)
       
135.60000              ZMA41 Low/Sector 41 Bimini Low (SELKEY)
       
239.02500              ZMA60 H/L /Sector 60 Georgetown Hi/Low (SELKEY)
       
257.20000              ZMA40 Hi   /Sector 40 Bimini High
       
269.05000              ZMA41 Low/Sector 41 Bimini Low (SELKEY)
       
281.50000              ZMA24 Low/Sector 24 Fort Meyers Low (SE Half)
       
290.25000              ZMA05 Low/Sector 05 Key West Low (Backup Freq)
       
296.70000              ZMA TSU  /Tactical/Special Use

319.10000              ZMA42 Low/Sector 42 Low (SELKEY)
       
323.00000              ZMA26 Low/Sector 26 Homestead Low/High (SELKEY)
       
353.90000              ZMA41 Low/Sector 41 Bimini Low (Backup)       
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« Reply #6 on: March 16, 2011, 09:39:23 AM »

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I verified all of the VHF frequencies

Thanks for posting that, I'm trying to update my ARTCC database, this helps. Just to confirm, you can hear the controller from the MIA area on all these frequencies ?

Comparing your notes to the latest AFF (March 10 - May 05) and sector charts (February 7) I have.

127.225, 128.175 and 135.600 are not listed in the AFF.

Sector 41 is named Junar (135.60) and Sector 42 is named Bimini Low (133.85)

127.70 is listed in the AFF. Status of this frequency ?

The rest is the same.

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I guess the one that is now gone has been replaced by 126.975 ?

The one gone is 133.95.

Thanks for the updates, now if only the FAA could keep their own database up to date.         
       
       
 
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« Reply #7 on: March 17, 2011, 06:57:07 AM »

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I verified all of the VHF frequencies

Thanks for posting that, I'm trying to update my ARTCC database, this helps. Just to confirm, you can hear the controller from the MIA area on all these frequencies ?

Comparing your notes to the latest AFF (March 10 - May 05) and sector charts (February 7) I have.

127.225, 128.175 and 135.600 are not listed in the AFF.

Sector 41 is named Junar (135.60) and Sector 42 is named Bimini Low (133.85)

127.70 is listed in the AFF. Status of this frequency ?

The rest is the same.

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I guess the one that is now gone has been replaced by 126.975 ?

The one gone is 133.95.

Thanks for the updates, now if only the FAA could keep their own database up to date.         
       
       
 


Thanks for the sector names update. Yes I can hear the controller on:  124.7    126.325   128.175   132.4
133.2    257.2   281.5    323.0    and   353.9  from the Miami RCAG. The selkey frequencies  127.225    133.85  and   135.6  I have heard transmitted out of the Miami RCAG.   I have also heard 132.45 and  133.550 transmitted from the Miami RCAG.  133.95 and 127.7 are dead. I think 135.6 and 133.85 replaced them. The old frequency 135.225 was replaced by 126.325. Back when they used those frequency I did not have the ability to listen to Miami Center like now. I only listened to local towers like FLL, FXE and PMP just to give you a idea where I am. I also just recently (a few weeks ago) have had the ability to monitor the UHF frequencies, but that's another story grin

KEL
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« Reply #8 on: March 23, 2011, 09:30:39 PM »

On March 22, 2011 the daily NATIONAL FLIGHT DATA DIGEST shows that the new frequency 126.975 has been deleted  cry Looks like it was a error.  Also on that date they added the frequency 128.175  huh Funny thing is, that one has been used for years cheesy...it's NOT NEW!

KEL
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