FCC Seizes Radio Equipment
Paul B. Walker, Jr.
Fri May 27 14:01:10 EDT 2011
When I lived in Colcheter,CT I had a boombox and if I sat in my backyard
with a long wire type antenna, I could pick up 1 of 4 diffrent things on
103.3 FM.... WODS Boston, WQQQ Sharon CT, W277AB Sag Harbor with 50W/341
feet.. and occassionally I'd get some communication between pilots an a
On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 12:16 PM, A. Joseph Ross <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> On 5/27/2011 10:57 AM, Bob Nelson wrote:
>> The FM band is immediately ___below___ the VHF aviation band
>>> I remember having a multi-band radio and it did have "AIR" with
>> frequencies just above the top of our FM broadcast band. A quick check in
>> Wikipedia says that the band is 108-137 MHz although military aircraft,
>> etc., can use a different band.
>> I have had situations where I'm listening to an FM station and can
>> suddenly hear an aircraft spur signal. Sometimes it happens at work in N.
>> Reading (under a flight path?), perhaps on 96.9 (I forget exact frequency).
> I used to get that frequently when I lived in Bedford (near Hanscom Field).
> And I had a cheap FM radio which had poor image rejection.
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