Those Centre freqs are now running as a test...reception seems good. Next step is to split them off in a day or two, or whenever we can.
Thanks for doing that Dave.
I had a quick listen off the archives during the overnight shift. Excellent reception of both controllers on 135.80 and 132.50. Unfortunately Edmonton doesnt use frequency cross-coupling in that area so you can't hear the aircraft on the other frequencies being used and with extensive use of CPDLC in the high altitude airspace you don't get a lot of the handoffs. Moderate traffic on the overnight shift, mostly eastbound out of Anchorage and Asia and some southbound from the Middle East to the west coast and a lot of medivac traffic on the low sectors.
Just curious what type of setup that feed is using ? Just being picky but it seems like the beginning of most transmissions are being clipped, you end up missing the company part of the callsign a lot of the time when the controller starts talking. Is that because of the radio being used, or some mode that is set ?