Does anyone know what the DISNEY/OVIDO is for example.
The DISNEY Sector, 119.400, basically covers the southern area of the TRACON from at and below 4500/5500 feet (varies). Works arrivals and departures into Kissimmee (ISM) and some arrivals into Orlando Executive (ORL) as well as transient aircraft at/below 4500/5500 feet.
The OVIDO Sector, 119.775, is only open when traffic is busy and handles the airspace around Orlando Executive (ORL).
When the OVIDO sector is closed this portion of airspace is controlled by the North Satellite Sector, 121.100, which basically covers the northern part of the TRACON from at and below 5500 feet. Primarily Sanford (SFB) arrivals and departures and some or all ORL arrivals and departures (varies).
If Dave is reading this.
From what I've heard it seems at times even when the OVIDO sector is closed the controller will simulcast on 119.775 and 121.100. So what ends up happening on the DISNEY/OVIDO feed is you will hear the same controller as you do on 121.100 blocking out a lot of the DISNEY 119.400 traffic. Perhaps a more logical setup might be to include the OVIDO sector with the North Satellite feed and take it off the DISNEY feed ?
Also it appears that 125.550 has been replaced by 128.375, so on the West Arrival feed it would make more sense to cover only 128.375 and 134.050. I also notice that 123.850 is also on this radio. As the controller often simulcasts on 127.750 and 123.850 when its closed it would seem to me to make more sense to put 123.850 on the 127.750 radio. As long as there was NOT a delay function set as it would screw things up most of the time.