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 on: November 10, 2014, 02:51:19 PM 
Started by davisflyer - Last post by adamcanfly
I love it when it all works out!

 on: November 10, 2014, 10:10:11 AM 
Started by oktalist - Last post by AVB

How can we listen to the audio tracks I am not able to find a way.

 on: November 10, 2014, 09:45:54 AM 
Started by RonR - Last post by RonR
Learjet crashes in the Bahamas with 9 on board:


 on: November 10, 2014, 04:56:04 AM 
Started by SQWK7700 - Last post by SQWK7700
Hi All

Due to the power company doing work, the Melbourne, Australia feeds will be down between the following times:

10/2100 to 11/0500

Australian Eastern Daylight Time:

11/0800 to 11/1600



 on: November 10, 2014, 03:35:12 AM 
Started by StuSEL - Last post by t3hwookie90
I was up flying while this guy was doing approaches. It seemed like he was really tired at the time but hey, every pilot has their bad days. I know I've said a few goofy things after flying a King Air for 8 hours.

 on: November 09, 2014, 10:31:29 PM 
Started by SteveJWR - Last post by Paul F
Hi Steve (and others),

I'm aware this is my first post, and it's one to an old thread but I think it's important to acknowledge your good work here.

I regularly listen to this feed when I can't receive the tower directly (i.e. at my QTH) and I'm always impressed with the quality. Thank you for continuing to provide this valued service.

 on: November 09, 2014, 02:22:24 PM 
Started by geoffeg - Last post by geoffeg
I'm now providing the feed for the St. Louis Downtown Airport (KCPS) Tower + Ground. KCPS is a class D airport located a few miles from downtown St. Louis. There's a lot of general and business aviation and St. Louis University runs their flight school there ("Billiken" callsign). Additionally, Ideal FBO rents a Cirrus SR20 that I love to fly. Smiley

The receiver for the feed is located about 5nm from the airport, nearly direct line of sight. Controller transmissions come in great. In the air pilot transmissions are good but pilot-side transmissions on the ground are sometimes unreadable, especially from some GA aircraft. After the tower closes, the ground frequency becomes a remote transmitter for St. Louis approach. Feel free to contact me here or at @geoffeg on Twitter with any issues with the feed.

 on: November 09, 2014, 01:23:56 PM 
Started by Fuzzyjets - Last post by InterpreDemon
I think you are having a nice dream. Though it is certainly possible to multiplex channel or other data into the audio (in fact I have set up remote repeater input voting systems that fed discriminator signal strength data via a modulated sub-audible tone carrier), I have never heard of any scanners doing it. They certainly could put a digital stream in there that would easily be filtered out of the listening audio if they wanted to, and you could doubtless filter and decode it with a sound card and suitable software, but since that would not be a widely desired consumer feature I can't imagine them adding it to a bedside clock-radio scanner. As far as I know, the only way at present is to run remote programming software such as ScanControl on a PC connected to a PC-capable scanner such as a BC 780... a combination I have used and which works extremely well. Not only can you remotely program via LAN or internet, but the program will log transmissions by frequency and time as you are dreaming.

 on: November 09, 2014, 01:48:48 AM 
Started by stonemin - Last post by stonemin
if RAPCON(approach) can not use radar due to some problem(ex>electricity out, radar failure...) What does RAPCON do and be restricted their work?

I think this is called "NON RADAR SITUATION" and i wonder can they do air traffic control or not.

I learned Pilot use SID, STAR...etc which can operate under non radar in this situation, but if weather is not good, and pilot can not see outside(in cloud) i think just operating SID, STAR can be dangerous due to any traffic which do not contact control facility.

and i wonder what work  can RAPCON do under NON RADAR SITUATION.

if some vfr traffic suddenly contact RAPCON and request IFR clearance and radar vector due to weather, can RAPCON issue ifr clearance to vfr traffic? can RAPCON issue cleareance to fly some fix?(for example:C/S cleared to XXX(fix name), climb and maintain 9,000)

I want to know What work can RAPCON do in NON RADAR SITUATION.


 on: November 09, 2014, 12:49:02 AM 
Started by Fuzzyjets - Last post by Fuzzyjets
Hello all,

Does anyone know if the BCS340 scanner sends frequency information within the audio output ?  IE., is it possible with appropriate software to log which freqs scanned are live ?  I want to turn my scanner on, leave it for 2-3 days and then recover the freqs that are live.

I thought that I saw this on YouTube, but can't find it anymore.  Or am I dreaming ?


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