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 on: February 03, 2016, 09:25:19 AM 
Started by 13ifs40 - Last post by 13ifs40
Wow     thanks for your info     traffic today seems to be running in that area so I will see how I do with Moncton center today

thanks again


 on: February 03, 2016, 09:08:35 AM 
Started by 13ifs40 - Last post by JetScan1
I will verify the settings on our radios there and update the listings, if needed. I was pretty sure they were current.

Thanks Dave. Just to clarify the actual frequencies don't need to be changed on either radio, just the listings need to be updated.

Is this one of your feeds ? How practical would it be to add another radio to offload some of the congestion at this location ? These sectors are very very busy.

 on: February 03, 2016, 09:00:32 AM 
Started by 13ifs40 - Last post by JetScan1
I was wondering even if the aircraft seem to be 50 to 100 miles or more south of Halifax they still talk to Moncton center?

Yes, the Moncton Sector extends to about 160 miles south of Halifax.

You can pull up the High Altitude chart here (click World Hi) ...


Unfortunately the CTA sector boundary between Moncton (VHF) and New York Oceanic (HF) is not completely depicted on the chart. If you contiune the line shown through AVAST the CTA border extends to NOVOK then to JEBBY, anything north of that is talking to Moncton on VHF.

This is not to be confused with the FIR boundary that is depicted on the chart, this only applies from FL280 and below. Between the FIR and CTA boundaries Moncton (VHF) owns the airspace from FL290 and above while New York (HF) owns from FL280 and below. Probably because of reception range issues at the lower altitudes from the Yarmouth and Halifax RCAG's ? 

 on: February 03, 2016, 08:42:09 AM 
Started by 13ifs40 - Last post by dave
Yes...I will verify the settings on our radios there and update the listings, if needed. I was pretty sure they were current.

 on: February 03, 2016, 08:40:27 AM 
Started by dave - Last post by dave
Passing this along from a posting on a regional scanning group....I can vouch for this guide...it's an excellent value.


"IMHO a terrific monitoring reference source to take to any air show is 'Teak Air Show Guide 2016', 17th edition.   The guide is in the Kindle format and it can be purchased at a very nominal price of $3.99.

See: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AVLCGU4?ref_=pe_2427780_160035660

Digging into the guide there’s tons of frequency information on just about every demonstration team whether it is US or foreign military; or civilian performers (approximately 25 US military teams, 2 Canadian military, 21 Foreign military teams, and 49 civilian performers.   Also potential  support frequencies being utilized at airshows by major demo teams and others.  For the major team schedules he also has specific airport frequency information such approach/departure control, ATIS, tower/ground, command post/metro/base ops.

Here’s the table of contents to give everyone a good idea of what is available in this comprehensive guide:

Copyright Page – International Teak Publishing Air Show Guide
Author Forward
Introduction to Air Show Monitoring
Where do you hear the action?
Monitoring Tips and Techniques
U.S. Navy Blue Angels
Blue Angel Aero Frequencies
Blues Aircraft Radio Button Preset Plan
Blue Angel History
Blue Angel Organization
U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds
Thunderbird Show Routine
Thunderbird Organization
Thunderbird Aero Frequencies
T-Bird Maintenance/Ground Team Frequencies
Thunderbird History
Department of Defense Flight Demo Teams
U.S. Military Flight Demo Teams Frequencies
DoD Military Parachute Teams
U.S. Army Golden Knights
U.S. Army Black Daggers
U.S. Army Silver Wings
U.S. Army Screaming Eagles
Other DoD Parachute Teams
Canadian Flight and Parachute Demonstration Units
Foreign Military Flight Demo Teams
Civilian Aero Demo Team Frequencies
Civilian Flight Demo Teams and Air Show Companies
Other Air Show Frequencies
GMRS Frequencies
Family Radio Service Frequencies
Intra-Squad Radio Frequencies
U.S. Civil Air Patrol Frequencies
CAP Call Signs
Radio Receiving Equipment List For Monitoring Air Shows
Tips for enjoying a great day at the air show
Air Show Resource Guide
2016 Military Demo Team Air Show Schedules
U.S. and Canada Military Teams Air Show Schedules
Navy Blue Angels Schedules
2016 Blue Angel Show Schedule
U.S. Air Force Thunderbird Schedules
2016 Thunderbirds Show Schedule
Canadian Forces Snowbirds Schedule
Army Golden Knights Schedule
Late Breaking News
2016 USMC Harrier and Osprey Demo Schedules Released
Blue Angels to Transition to Super Hornet
Appendix A – Abbreviations and Acronyms
In Closing
About the Author
Other eBooks by this Author

 on: February 03, 2016, 07:16:41 AM 
Started by 13ifs40 - Last post by 13ifs40
OK   it must be the poor reception,    but I was wondering even if the aircraft seem to be 50 to 100 miles or more south
of Halifax they still talk to Moncton center?



 on: February 03, 2016, 02:48:43 AM 
Started by silagi - Last post by VictorAtienza94
Thanks for picking this!!

We can focus the audios about this event in this post as the area is gonna be interesting for the next few days. smiley

 on: February 02, 2016, 10:38:37 PM 
Started by InterpreDemon - Last post by InterpreDemon
Strange wave hit one of my HF feeds tonight, passed over a ten to twelve minute period.

As it was building up, my JFK ARINC feed was #2, peaking at around 90, but dropped back down before I had the sense to snap a screen shot.

I don't think I have ever seen 132 listeners on any feed except perhaps during special events.

Note, the total number of listeners increased by around 700 at the same time the wave was receding.

Definitely time to go into the pod and discuss what to do about HAL.

EDIT: A few hours later I noticed it attacked KSFO

 on: February 02, 2016, 08:47:28 PM 
Started by silagi - Last post by silagi
Even though the Super Bowl is still 5 days away, the area around Levi Stadium in Santa Clara is already under heavy security both on the ground and in the air. Today I caught an attempted drone intercept by Homeland Security near the stadium.

The recording is off on my KNUQ (Moffett Federal Airfield) which is located right next to Levi stadium and it is where all of the law enforcement air assets are being based for the Super Bowl.  Activity really started to pick up today.  I also added the frequency of 124.3 for the Super Bowl.  This frequency is normally used as an air to air coordination channel by news helicopters in the Bay Area.  It now being used as an air to air coordination channel over the stadium.  This is also the frequency that this incident was recorded on.

 on: February 02, 2016, 05:43:27 PM 
Started by GeoffSM1 - Last post by GeoffSM1
Full details here http://avherald.com/h?article=49310881&opt=0

The attached audio file begins with the communications with Minneapolis Ground, Tower and  the initial contact with Departure and then skips to the aircraft's arrival at Madison after the emergency had been declared. Despite much trying, I have not been able to find the files covering the rest of the flight.  


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