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Pueblo Memorial Airport (KPUB) & 123.675

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On the LiveATC page for KPUB, there is a dedicated feed for Tower #2, 123.675. I've been listening to it lately and haven't heard anything at all on that frequency. Does anyone know if KPUB currently uses 123.675, and if so, for what purpose? It's not listed in any charts I could find, and it's apparently not patched to other frequencies (assuming the Feed Radio for 123.675 is up and running properly). I don't live anywhere near that airport, so I have no way of monitoring the situation directly so to speak. Hopefully someone down south can shed some light on this...
 
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I have logged “Pueblo Tower” on 123.675 MHz. I will monitor starting now and let you know what I hear.

On the LiveATC page for KPUB, there is a dedicated feed for Tower #2, 123.675. I've been listening to it lately and haven't heard anything at all on that frequency. Does anyone know if KPUB currently uses 123.675, and if so, for what purpose? It's not listed in any charts I could find, and it's apparently not patched to other frequencies (assuming the Feed Radio for 123.675 is up and running properly). I don't live anywhere near that airport, so I have no way of monitoring the situation directly so to speak. Hopefully someone down south can shed some light on this...
 

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I'm sure the secondary tower frequency is to handle the dozens of DA-20s that are flight training.
 

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I have logged “Pueblo Tower” on 123.675 MHz. I will monitor starting now and let you know what I hear.
Awesome, thanks!! It seems like no FAA facilities in the Denver-Metro area have stand-alone "secondary" vhf frequencies, which aren't always patched to something else (i.e. when not being used discreetly at a particular station/position). But maybe Pueblo operates differently.
 

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I called the Airport and they confirmed the secondary frequency of 123.675.
 
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123.675 had activity between the tower and "Tiger 41" today.

119.100 was also active with tower traffic, but not too readable.

There was activity on 123.675 today, but it was too weak for me to understand. I did not hear any activity on 119.10 all day.
 

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This is from the current IFR Supplement

PUEBLO MEM, CO KPUB

COMMUNICATIONS - CTAF - 119.1 UNICOM - 122.95 ATIS - 125.25 ASOS - REMARKS:
C719-948-2803. DENVER RDO - 122.2 REMARKS: (RCO) DENVER APP/DEP - Opr
1300-0500Z++; OT ctc DENVER CENTER 128.375 379.95. - (R) 120.1 290.5
TWR - (E) 119.1 257.8 GND - 121.9 CLNC DEL - 120.9
 
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