I was just comming back to say i found them on radiorefrence site i was looking through the data base and came arcrossed them, but thank you for your links also i didnt know about the airnav site so i got something out of the post anyway.Mick said:Hello. Lots of good freqs. you asked for here:
More frqs. not for airplanes but at DIA at:
How do i get my Pro-96 to do the AirCraft Band Search i was looking through the manual and i couldnt find it but i might have over looked it as well. Thanksscanlist said:The Aircraft band search function on your radio is your friend. You'd be surprised what you can log using it.
abqscan said:Yup, the hard part is figuring out who they all are???? I still have a crap load of UNKNOWNS... I wish flight schools would start teaching radio theory. VHF is line-of-sight!
I was out camping for a few days i havent been able to get to RR, but thank you for the freq'sadkad said:Don't forget the other airports like Front Range, Jeffco, Centennial and Buckley-all of which are great fun to listen to. The towers are Front Range, 118.60, Centennial 118.90, Jeffco 120.200 and Buckley 121.00. Also listening to Denver Approach 128.450 often yields references to other frequencies. Adkad