06/26/19 00:10:17 UTC
132.175 MHz
BETHLEHEM, PA
OPEC28 over 'RAVINE' en route to our next refuel
 
06/21/19 20:12:47 UTC
311.0 MHz
DALLAS, TX
HAVOC61 Calling RAYMOND27 with ETA
 
06/20/19 00:44:21 UTC
354.6 MHz
WEST PALM BEACH, FL
Tern 71 F-15E 4th Seymour Johnson clg Eagle Ops RTB
 
06/20/19 00:39:56 UTC
142.3 MHz
WEST PALM BEACH, FL
Shark 23 at Avon Park on Shark TAC
 
06/20/19 00:39:16 UTC
277.075 MHz
WEST PALM BEACH, FL
Screwtop at Tarpon Range
 

06/26/19 14:12:13 UTC
318.6 MHz
Aircraft
 
06/21/19 17:11:30 UTC
235.6250 MHz
Mentioned on 322.45 by jet pilot "...JILL(?)7 standby, 94, can you read this, contact Washington Center on 2-3-5 decimal 6-2..." 6/13/19 1539h -AJ
 
06/18/19 15:55:59 UTC
44.700 MHz
KFBG Simmons AAF NOTAM- M0401/19 - AERODROME - FLIGHT STRIP TWO - 122D AVIATION SUPPORT BATTALION WILL CONDUCT HOT FARP TRAINING ON FLIGHT STRIP TWO. PARTICIPATING AIRCRAFT ARE REQUESTED TO UTILIZE FM 44.70 PRIOR TO UTILIZING THE FARP. 20 JUN 10:30 2019 UNTIL 20 JUN 23:00 2019. CREATED: 18 JUN 00:33 2019 -AJ
 
06/15/19 16:26:59 UTC
139.700 MHz
"...we have 21...so 63 second jet, no alibis for either jet, we're both winchester..." 06/13/2019 2053h. Normally a Bragg DZ freq, DZ ops also heard on same during same timeframe. -AJ
 
06/15/19 16:23:51 UTC
142.250 MHz
A2G "...JILL33..." 2053h. "...2250 for infil...(?)drops(?)..." 2050h. 06/13/2019 a Bragg DZ freq normally -AJ
 
06/15/19 16:20:09 UTC
364.275 MHz
"...just confirm we are 119.7...is that right...125.17 is what we are on right now... 06/13/2019 2009h. Exc Rx. 119.7 is KGSB & 125.175 is KFAY. prev noted 05/04/2016 -AJ
 
06/11/19 14:56:46 UTC
246.000 MHz
"...11,000 feet, two-nine-nine-four, runway 32..." 06/06/2019 1223h ok rx -AJ
 



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Line of Sight Calculator with Map

This page will give you a plot of your Line-of-Sight distance to aircraft at various altitudes.

The inner most circle are aircraft up to 5,000'. Working out each circle represents aircraft at 10,000', 20,000', 30,000', and 40,000'.

Odds are you're not going to hear aircraft out to the edge of each circle, that would only happen in the "perfect" world. Factors that will reduce you're ability to hear to the edge of the "Line-of-Sight" circle are 1) Your antenna, 2) obstructions (tree, building, mountains...), 3) aircraft orientation (climbing / decending / banking all could block the transmitting antenna from your line of sight), 4) weather conditions between you and the aircraft (signals are attenuated by clouds or rain), 5) signal to noise ratio of your receiver / amps / antenna locaton.

While true line of sight distance will give you an idea of how far out you could receive aircraft, many other factors play into the fact of actually receiving aircraft that far out.


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