300 freqs found, few need tags

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mainetrunk

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Hi guys, last Tuesday 3-11-14, I ran a 6 hour aviation search. I did hours of research and I got a few with no possible names that I can find, can someone help a guy with a great antenna, excellent scanners?
133.200--
133.225--
134.525--
134.725--
135.850--
135.950--
136.275--
136.375--
136.525--
139.450--
139.600--
131.125--
131.875--
132.000--
It's funny, after 130.000 mhz, the search gets harder than from 118--130. Thx ps, portsmouth nh region
 
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The frequencies in the 131 range will be ARINC. 132.025 to 135.975 is ATC. 136.000 to 136.975 is mixed ATC and ARINC (and ASRI). The ones above 139 MHz are probably military.
 

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133.225 - Montreal ARTCC high altitude frequency (FL290 and above), the sector extends from the Montreal area east to the Boston ARTCC boundary and is well within range from Portsmouth.

135.850 and 135.950 - listed as Nav Canada frequencies at various locations but I can not find them listed as any active ATC or airport frequency ? I'm not sure what they are used for ?

133.200, 134.525, 134.725 - I can't find these listed as any active ATC frequency in-range of Portsmouth. Maybe they were frequencies pilots tuned up in error ? More info. required.

136.275, 136.375, 136.525 - I'm not aware of any North American ATC using frequencies above 135.975 for voice traffic yet ? Maybe ACARS datalink frequencies ?

131.875 is listed as an Air Transat company frequency in Montreal.

131.125 and 132.000 are also probably airline company frequencies, but I'm not sure what ones in that area ?
 
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