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 on: December 08, 2016, 07:58:20 PM 
Started by mynameisbs - Last post by mynameisbs
KSJC on 12-7-2016 at around 0230-0330Z

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 on: December 08, 2016, 06:49:12 PM 
Started by Paulbc - Last post by GeoffSM1
Unlike the original clip, the trimmed audio clip I'm posting here covers the whole period from the attempt to go around through to the reopening of the airport. A number of the transmissions are in French. Is there anyone out there who could provide a translation into English for those of us who (like me) aren't able to follow the conversation.

My thanks in anticipation.

http://www.thelocal.ch/20161208/one-dead-in-light-aircraft-crash-at-basel-airport


 3 
 on: December 08, 2016, 06:05:30 PM 
Started by JetScan1 - Last post by JetScan1
Just checking now at 23:00 UTC they are using ....

Area 1 North - 3455
Area 2 South - 8825
Area 3 West (North) - 5520
Area 4 West (South) - 6586

 4 
 on: December 08, 2016, 05:11:34 PM 
Started by JetScan1 - Last post by JetScan1
Rob K,

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Keep us updated jetscan1.
 
Just checked the ARINC VHF 129.90 feed now and operator is still cutting out just after they start transmitting. I'm not sure if anyone from LiveATC is looking into this ?

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Do you know where to find the freq assignments for L451 and M326 out of JAINS?

They seem to have switched some of the Caribbean HF frequencies around recently. For the last couple of months they have been using 11330 as the exclusive day primary on L451, same for traffic northbound out of Miami airspace via LHNOM/LAMER/LUCTI.

I have not confirmed any traffic on M326 recently but I suspect they are using 6586/8918 during the day, which is the same for traffic routing southbound over ZZTOP.L452 and ONGOT.L453.

I also notice they are now using the NAT "E" (8825/11309/13354) frequencies in the southern part of this airspace (north from San Juan airspace via L456/L459/L461/L462).  

I have not heard 11396 in use at all lately ? When was the last time you heard it being used ?

From what I've heard over the last few weeks, during the day they seems to be using 4 separate primary frequencies in the following respective areas ..

Area 1 North - 6577 or 8846 (usually 6577)
Area 2 South - 11309 or 13354 (usually 11309)
Area 3 West (North) - 6586 or 8918
Area 4 West (South) - 11330

Haven't checked evening/night yet but suspect they might combine the two West Areas into one ?

JS


 5 
 on: December 08, 2016, 03:00:37 PM 
Started by JetScan1 - Last post by Rob K
Interested in this also.  Keep us updated jetscan1.  I only tune in to the NYC ARINC feed if I've missed a selcal on HF as the VHF opr usually asks them for it so it's rare I listen but interesting to know about the freq assignments for OXANA (ZZTOP) and PAEPR (SAUCR) and the extended VHF range.  Do you know where to find the freq assignments for L451 and M326 out of JAINS?  They've been using 6586 a lot recently through the daytime for that SW corner of WATRS (rather than the usual 8918) but a while back I found the southbound stuff for L451/2 was on 8918 but they were putting the northbounds on the same routes at LETON and LNHOM on 11396 which was annoying.

 6 
 on: December 08, 2016, 02:51:47 PM 
Started by chrislawton - Last post by Rob K
Best listening site for Shanwick and Santa Maria is the G8JNJ SDR on www.sdr.hu.  Is based in the Southwest UK somewhere but has a monster antenna and has no problem pulling in Gander on 8 and 11 MHz through the UK day time too which is generally unheard of, particularly for 8 MHz.

Current daytime Shanwick freqs are 5649 6547 6595 6622 6667 8879 and occasionally 10021 if the conditions are rough.  8879 and 10021 nearly exclusively used for eastbounds at 30W and the northbounds coming up T9 and T16 from the Canaries and Portugal.

Maria is always on 8825 and 8906.

Gander current daytime freqs are 8831 8864 11279 and occasionally 8891.  They were using 11336 instead of 8831 up to 11 November but have swapped back down to 8831.

Gander night time freqs are currently 2899 3476 5616 and 8891.

 7 
 on: December 08, 2016, 02:02:09 PM 
Started by KL591 - Last post by tyketto
Hey,

"Regardless, you should also verify that ATC services in the UK are taxpayer funded. If they are, then you may have a right to listen to those services; again, this doesn't provide info on if to provide a feed for those services requires a license. All of those questions are for OFCOM and possibly a telecom lawyer to answer."

Unfortunately the provision of Air Traffic Services within the UK is not publicly funded. Certainly not directly. There are many different ANSPs within the UK, all are essentially private apart from Nats, which is a Public Private Partnership.

Rgds,

C

Can you elaborate on "public Private Partnership"? That implies that if the public is involved, then they have a say in the matter.

BL.

 8 
 on: December 08, 2016, 08:32:57 AM 
Started by GeoffSM1 - Last post by GeoffSM1
Hop Embraer ERJ-170 at Oslo on 3 Dec, slat problem

Details here -
https://www.aeroinside.com/item/8704/hop-e170-at-oslo-on-dec-3rd-2016-slat-problem

 9 
 on: December 08, 2016, 06:42:19 AM 
Started by KL591 - Last post by Casper87
Hey,

"Regardless, you should also verify that ATC services in the UK are taxpayer funded. If they are, then you may have a right to listen to those services; again, this doesn't provide info on if to provide a feed for those services requires a license. All of those questions are for OFCOM and possibly a telecom lawyer to answer."

Unfortunately the provision of Air Traffic Services within the UK is not publicly funded. Certainly not directly. There are many different ANSPs within the UK, all are essentially private apart from Nats, which is a Public Private Partnership.

Rgds,

C

 10 
 on: December 07, 2016, 01:42:18 PM 
Started by dave - Last post by dave
The KBTV Burlington VT feed has been shut down as of today.

The KBTV feed needs to be moved to a new location. Some equipment is available to loan to a suitable volunteer within radio range of KBTV. If you live within relative line of sight of the airport or within 7 miles of KBTV please contact us:

http://www.liveatc.net/ct/fcontact.php




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