Cleveland air show freq

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Just thought I would pass this on in case anyone would want it.

AF WQUK390
City of Cleveland Cleveland National Airshow
[SAR: N LTA: N Ballooning: N CAP: N Station ID: Air call: ]
Control Point 1 - 1501 N. Marginal Rd, Cleveland OH 216-781-0788
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07/31/2014 License Issued
Special Temporary Authority expires 09/01/2014
1 - 1501 N. Marginal Road, Cleveland (CUYAHOGA) OH [Structure: Pole] (map)
[Antenna 1 - HTT: 4.7m Polarization: Vertical Beamwidth: 360.0° Gain: -2.1dBi Azimuth: 0.0°]
[Antenna 2 - HTT: 4.6m Polarization: Vertical Beamwidth: 360.0° Gain: -2.1dBi Azimuth: 0.0°]
127.95 FAC Ant: 1 5p 6K00A3E
128.475 FAC Ant: 2 5p 6K00A3E
 

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Just thought I would pass this on in case anyone would want it.

AF WQUK390
City of Cleveland Cleveland National Airshow
[SAR: N LTA: N Ballooning: N CAP: N Station ID: Air call: ]
Control Point 1 - 1501 N. Marginal Rd, Cleveland OH 216-781-0788
(link)
07/31/2014 License Issued
Special Temporary Authority expires 09/01/2014
1 - 1501 N. Marginal Road, Cleveland (CUYAHOGA) OH [Structure: Pole] (map)
[Antenna 1 - HTT: 4.7m Polarization: Vertical Beamwidth: 360.0° Gain: -2.1dBi Azimuth: 0.0°]
[Antenna 2 - HTT: 4.6m Polarization: Vertical Beamwidth: 360.0° Gain: -2.1dBi Azimuth: 0.0°]
127.95 FAC Ant: 1 5p 6K00A3E
128.475 FAC Ant: 2 5p 6K00A3E
FYI: Per RR Wiki, Emission designator 6K00A3E is Double Sideband AM Voice.
Emission Designator - The RadioReference Wiki
 

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Isn't that what is used on aircraft frequencies??
Wasn't sure, so I posted it hoping to get some responses.

Back in the late sixties, there were three type's of CB radio transmissions. AM, Double Sideband and Single Sideband. The Double Sideband radio's didn't last long.
 

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I take it to mean double sideband as opposed to single sideband in the case of aviation which would not be suppressed carrier. So in other words just normal (narrowband) AM..

I was an avionics tech back in the late '50s. Things have changed a bit.
 

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I take it to mean double sideband as opposed to single sideband in the case of aviation which would not be suppressed carrier. So in other words just normal (narrowband) AM..

I was an avionics tech back in the late '50s. Things have changed a bit.
I suspect that you are correct. I checked the scanner I use to monitor the Cleveland Air Show.

Air Show Control 126.4000

Air Show 1: 127.950
Air Show 2: 128.475

Both freq's have been used in the past. My scanner shows hits on both 127.950 and 128.475. Since I didn't lock them out, I'll assume that I must have monitored traffic on both (hence the Air Show 1 & Air Show 2 designations). If they had been Sideband gibberish, I would have locked them out.
 
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NarrowBand AM?

I take it to mean double sideband as opposed to single sideband in the case of aviation which would not be suppressed carrier. So in other words just normal (narrowband) AM..

I was an avionics tech back in the late '50s. Things have changed a bit.
Theirs no such thing as NarrowBand AM that i know of
 
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