New Feed, GJT and DEN aircraft from Grand Junction

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n0nhp

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I have just been approved to feed the airband traffic in and around Mesa County.
There seems to be quite a bit of interest as my Global Tuners ICR-1000 seems to be monitoring airband about 50% of the time.
Let me know what you think of the feed and how I can improve it.

Mesa County, Colorado (CO) Live Police, Fire, and EMS Scanners on RadioReference.com

Also have the feed available on ProScan: mesacountyscanner.no-ip.info port 5004

Get metadata (what the scanner is hearing) by using WinAmp or iTunes.


or watch the scanner face by using the free client from:
http://www.proscan.org/ProScan_Client_4_2_1.zip


Bruce
 
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Thank you
The radio is a BC-785D sharing a discone with another scanner.
It does very well with aircraft and I am pleased so far.
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Bruce,

I was wondering if you woul;d add 126.725 and 127.075 to the scanner feed. I was looking at the screenshot on PROSCAN and it doesn't have thiose frequencies of DENVER ARTCC. SALT LAKE ARTCC 127.925,133.6,119.95 and 124.35 dont seem to be on it as well. I'd be happy if the 127.075 and 126.725 freqs be added.

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123.45 is in the scan list, it has had exactly two hits in the 48 hours the scanner has been going.
I'll drop the other two in the scan list, however if they are east area Denver freqs, I may have eliminated them due to noisy reception if any at all. I live in the Grand Valley with 10,000 foot Grand Mesa 30 or so miles to the east. I don't get the range that some other areas of the country get :)
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