Just a suggestion but maybe reducing the amount of freqs will benefit the feed.
I agree. Unless you are only listening during the middle of the night, the radio is saturated with so many busy frequencies it's virtually impossible to listen to. I don't understand why anyone thinks this is a good idea
Reply #4 on: July 27, 2010, 01:25:54 PM
A lot of the transmissions on this feed are very weak and not readable because many of the frequencies being scanned are on the fringe of the radios reception range, this ends up blocking out a lot of the stronger signals on closer frequencies. This is just a suggestion, instead of trying to scan every Cleveland Center Frequency it might better if the radio was set to scan a selection of closer frequencies only ?
Perhaps as a test the scanner could be set up to ONLY scan the Cleveland Center Area 4 High Altitude sectors ....
From what I've head listening so far the reception is good on these frequencies, and as they cover one specific area it would be easier to follow traffic.