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- Tue Dec 23, 2014 9:45 pm
- Forum: Aviation Scanning
- Topic: N3280L - City of Redlands
- Replies: 6
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If anything, all it would show would be the aviation radios, just like any Cessna has.cvrules90 wrote:I'm sure if you went into the FCC database and typed in the callsign, it might return something.
Anything else would be licensed as "Redlands, City of".
That's not in bad shape for a 1967 airplane.
I just saw the question about marine freqs for Lake Elsinore boat patrol. It was (I think) marine channel 16 156.80 mhz, the distress/calling freq. I can't find my scanner director that had the info right now. Don't know if it is still used. That would make sense. It wouldn't have been used for com...
Wow I didn't know it was used by news media as well. It's available for use by any pilot, flying any aircraft, for any air-to-air aviation related purpose. Now that I mention it, a comment about LE aircraft radios is in order... A police helicopter operates in two separate worlds - it's a law enfor...
I've never heard RSO air units or dispatch refer to it as "Bravo" channel, either. I have heard them refer to 123.45 mhz as "Bravo Sierra" for bullshitting channel, they use it to talk to other agencies' air units. That might be the origin of the "bravo" term, only it was cut short. 123.45 is known...
Thanks Brandon. I was aware of the freq and its use, but never heard it referred to as "bravo". I hear the aircrews just refer to whatever VHF air frequencies by number.brandon wrote:Bravo is a VHF air freq 123.425. Often used by 40 King and RSO helos.
And what frequency would that have been on? There wasn't any infrastructure available for a dedicated lake patrol to talk to dispatch.cvrules90 wrote:RSO also has(had?) a frequency for Lake Elsinore lake patrol.
I still don't know what a Bravo Channel is. Any clues?
What about the aircraft and marine channels? They had a Bravo Channel and a Marine Channel if I remember correctly. I don't know what a "Bravo Channel" is, and I never heard of RSO having a marine channel, so I don't think you are remembering correctly. There was never a dedicated FM aircraft frequ...
I thought we could exchange our posting points for fabulous prizes. I really want a new waffle iron.sp1989 wrote:Who cares? I come here to get and give info, not see how many posts I can rack up. It ain't a damn pinball game....