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Print View Posted: Fri May 24 2024, 01:43pm
Posted by: NY623Posts: 10
Joined: Thu Feb 29 2024, 11:30pm

In your database under long island aviation the frequency 112.950 is listed as "republic airport unicom "
Just wondering if that is a typo and if it's meant to be 122.950 that is a common freq for unicom




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Posted: Mon May 27 2024, 11:48pm

Posted by: DispatchPosts: 530
Old Display Name: Dispatch
Location: Long Island, NY
Joined: Sat Aug 02 2008, 06:04am

118.800 Republic Tower
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Posted: Tue May 28 2024, 02:00pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1223
Old Display Name: Dave
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The entry of "112.9500 UNICOM" is a typo and should be 122.95.

108 - 117.95 are used for ILS and VOR Beacons.
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Posted: Wed May 29 2024, 02:43pm
Posted by: NY623Posts: 10
Joined: Thu Feb 29 2024, 11:30pm

Oh ok I figured it was a typo
Thank you
I actually have been monitoring the 122.950 frequency and there is some activity
I don't monitor a lot of air band because most of the activity is just pilot jargon but some of the air to air and guard type channels can be interesting

Also if anyone's interested I've put together a list of the most active airband channels for the island
In nassau anyway I got all these on close call:

118.175
118.575
120.850
125.700
126.800
132.400
135.900

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Posted: Wed May 29 2024, 09:16pm

Posted by: DispatchPosts: 530
Old Display Name: Dispatch
Location: Long Island, NY
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Don’t forget the LOM / IAF on 407 kHz that identifies as FR.
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Posted: Thu May 30 2024, 02:58pm
Posted by: NY623Posts: 10
Joined: Thu Feb 29 2024, 11:30pm

Dispatch wrote ...

Don’t forget the LOM / IAF on 407 kHz that identifies as FR.


Do you mean 406 mhz ? And yes these are the emergency/guard channels ;
121.500
243.000
406.000
I'm not sure if the 406 is used on any other service or if it's strictly aviation related
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Posted: Fri May 31 2024, 02:06pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1223
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NY623 wrote ...

Do you mean 406 mhz?


407 hertz, see this [link]

NY623 wrote ...

I'm not sure if the 406 is used on any other service or if it's strictly aviation related


406.000 mhz thru 419.9875 mhz is generally for federal trunked systems.

406.0 - 406.1,

§ 95.2963 PLB and MSLD frequency bands.
(a) The frequency band 406.0-406.1 MHz is an emergency and distress frequency band available for use by Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs). Use of these frequencies must be limited to transmission of distress and safety of life communications.

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Posted: Fri May 31 2024, 10:10pm
Posted by: NY623Posts: 10
Joined: Thu Feb 29 2024, 11:30pm

[quote]
NY623 wrote ...

Do you mean 406 mhz?


407 hertz, see this [link]

NY623 wrote ...

I'm not sure if the 406 is used on any other service or if it's strictly aviation related


406.000 mhz thru 419.9875 mhz is generally for federal trunked systems.

406.0 - 406.1,

§ 95.2963 PLB and MSLD frequency bands.
(a) The frequency band 406.0-406.1 MHz is an emergency and distress frequency band available for use by Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs). Use of these frequencies must be limited to transmission of distress and safety of life communications.


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Apologies - my mistake I did not realize about the shortwave beacon thing I must have figured it was a typo
That's interesting I will monitor and see if I catch anything I do SWL also
Thanks all for the info
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