London frequencies please

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London frequencies please

Postby camerashy » 05 Oct 2012, 09:14

Does anyone have any London sector frequencies which were former Manchester control area frequencies please
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Re: London frequencies please

Postby liamcarbin » 05 Oct 2012, 11:02

118.775 - Sector 29 - Trent

119.525 - Trent Sector

128.05 - Wallasey Sector

128.675 - North Upper

132.85 - North / East Upper Sector

133.8 - East Sector

134.425 - STAFA Sector

136.575 - North Lower Sector

Just to note - These used to be part of Manchester Area Control but the control centre moved from Manchester to Prestwick some time ago and are now called Scottish Area Control. As such you may hear them call "Scottish"
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Re: London frequencies please

Postby camerashy » 05 Oct 2012, 14:40

Thanks Liam that just what I was after.
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Re: London frequencies please

Postby Minus1 » 05 Oct 2012, 14:42

I think you'll find that '132.85' is actually 132.85833, refered to by ATC as "132.86"
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Re: London frequencies please

Postby liamcarbin » 05 Oct 2012, 15:52

Minus1 wrote:I think you'll find that '132.85' is actually 132.85833, refered to by ATC as "132.86"


I just typed them out from my Airwaves 2012 book.
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Re: London frequencies please

Postby Milmonitor » 11 Oct 2012, 18:30

Minus1 wrote:I think you'll find that '132.85' is actually 132.85833, refered to by ATC as "132.86"



no it aint all airband is 12.5k steps and no one even uses 8k step its pointless.

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Re: London frequencies please

Postby Wiggler » 15 Oct 2012, 11:13

Milmonitor wrote:
Minus1 wrote:I think you'll find that '132.85' is actually 132.85833, refered to by ATC as "132.86"



no it aint all airband is 12.5k steps and no one even uses 8k step its pointless.


Air band can use 8.33 kHz steps...

http://www.javiation.co.uk/833.html

http://www.airbandonline.co.uk/scan_8.33khz.htm

http://www.tec-lab.co.uk/hesk/knowledge ... ?article=2

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Re: London frequencies please

Postby Milmonitor » 16 Oct 2012, 11:38

i know BUT they DONT mate i monitor airband 24-7 all my frequencies are 100% correct example 135.6332 etc like the one posted abouve doesnt exist all freqs are like this end different, try getting airwaves frequency guide you will then see what i mean also join the many forums :D 132.86 is london ctrl and is lakes south, so near lake district. 132.855 is maastricht centre,


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