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MIAMIATC
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« on: February 11, 2013, 01:42:35 PM »

Feed 1-----119.95,127.7,125.925, and 128.55
Feed 2-----135.775,133.9,125.575,133.6,120.275,and 127.925

10 frequencies divided up on 2 feeds shouldn't be that bad IMO

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« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2013, 10:39:04 PM »

I could divide it up differently. The feed #2 is the more interesting one (IMO), but ironically rarely has any listeners. It is set up this way because those 2 sectors handle SLC arrivals and departures, so during the day, there is a lot to listen to on just those sectors.  Some of those frequencies - 127.92, 120.27 and 133.6 are not hearble from my location.

I can change things if it's not interesting to have the SLC arrival sectors seperated. However I'd suggest pairing frequencies up differently.  For example oftentimes 119.95 and 135.77 are combined at low traffic times, as well as 133.9 and 127.82. I would make more sense to have those frequencies together on the same feed.

Perhaps a geographical approach could be taken.

Feed #1 North/East- 119.95, 135.77, 127.7, 121.15
Feed #2 South/West- 128.55, 127.82, 133.9, 125.57

I sometimes wonder if maybe the feed should be combined and see if there's more interest that way.  Thanks for listneing.

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« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2013, 07:19:08 AM »

I remember you doing so before and 133.6 125.575 120.275 and 127.925 was readable when the feed was combined. Along with the top frequencies 128.55 127.7 125.92 and 133.9 could work. That's 8 frequencies down from my previous 10. I forgot to add 119.95. Still that makes 9.
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« Reply #3 on: February 16, 2013, 12:34:36 PM »

Would you consider this lineup ?

1--135.775,119.95,128.55,127.7, and 125.925(this one is a busy super high)
2--133.9,125.575,133.6,127.925,and 120.275

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« Reply #4 on: February 16, 2013, 10:52:45 PM »

I can add 120.275 and 125.925.

Feed #1 North/East- 119.95, 135.77, 127.7, 121.15 125.925
Feed #2 South/West- 128.55, 127.82, 133.9, 125.57, 120.275

From my location I can't hear the RCAGs for 121.15, 125.925, 125.57, and 120.275, but there should be quite a bit of airborne audio.
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« Reply #5 on: February 17, 2013, 05:07:07 PM »

I would suggest dropping 128.55 from # 2 and put it where 121.15 is up on number # 1 albeit without controller

121.15 you wouldn't get too much in the way because of out of range.

# 2 should have 127.925,125.575,133.6,133.9, and 120.275


Basically # 1 would be immed. ZLC coverage and # 2 would cover southern parts which are busy and in range albeit without controller heard.
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