AIRBAND LISTENING?....

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Post by Dutch Roll » Wed May 11, 2005 9:50 pm

well you can get the basic aer lingus frequency at cork but most of the communications is done in digital format by ACARS,using the VHF3 Transceiver on the aircraft and a number of MU's data is sent to a ground station,decoded and sent to an airlines' central computer,in our region SITA the frequency is 131.725 i think!! you need a decoder to covert the data, http:www.airnavsystems.com do this stuff.

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Post by -Al- » Thu May 12, 2005 11:19 am

Frosty wrote:This what you're looking for :lol:
http://www.flyinginireland.com/airband.htm
You should look a bit closer to home :wink:


:oops: he he, i forget about it, i just come straight to the forums. but thank you for pointing out my stupidity :D
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