Southern USA usuage of 122.750 AIR to AIR Fixed Wing

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kk4dnl

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Just plugged this freq in my scanner. I have not heard anything yet but wondering if this freq is used much in the North Georgia Area ? And if so how far could I pick up transmissions from?

I have a external antenna about 35 feet high.
 

DPD1

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If an aircraft is at a decent altitude, you should be good for at least 100 miles. The higher they are the better it will get. Somebody is going to come up eventually, on just about anything, if you listen long enough. Between all the airline operations channels, general operators, FBOs, fire, PD... Best thing to do is just run the search a lot, and you'll find stuff.
 

pilotman6012

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Just keep it plugged in i hear local guys all the time usually in Home builts flying around between airports for Breakfast,lunch or dinner when they decide where they want to go.
 

stranger46

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In my area 123.450 seems to have a lot more air-to-air than 122.750 even though it's not the official air-to-air frequency.
 
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