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Hf airband

Posted: 15 Feb 2017 19:47
by MarkdxAnglesey
I'm trying to find out more about hf airband are there any group so or anyone interested here...I'm finding it quite interesting but need more info

Re: Hf airband

Posted: 15 Feb 2017 20:32
by John J Cahill
Hello Mark
If its frequencies and waypoints for the North Atlantic your looking for this chart should help..

JJ

Re: Hf airband

Posted: 16 Feb 2017 13:33
by MarkdxAnglesey
Thanks for this I'm looking for Africa and middle east also perhaps Latin America I'm listening but not much perhaps I'm listening wrong frequencies at wrong times

Re: Hf airband

Posted: 16 Feb 2017 17:01
by John J Cahill

Re: Hf airband

Posted: 16 Feb 2017 18:41
by MarkdxAnglesey
Wow thanks jj you must listen to hf airband then I've so much to learn can I email you.
My mail is markdxanglesey@aol.com
Listening to bombay at moment quite busy
..getting the selcal decoded on the multipsk also
Really enjoying it...any info much appreciated
Hope you mail I can reply
Thanks very much
Mark

Re: Hf airband

Posted: 17 Feb 2017 11:59
by John J Cahill
Hello Mark
Sorry to say I seldom listen to HF these days, too much man made noise.
Bombay is called Mumbai and Madras is called Chennai, names were change in 1995/96.
To match selcal to aircraft the following sites should help...
http://rzjets.net/aircraft/
http://www.airframes.org/
Multipsk will also decode HFDL list of frequencies...
http://www.udxf.nl/Digital-aero.pdf

If you want to contact me privately I would prefer if you could PM me via the forum.

JJ

Re: Hf airband

Posted: 17 Feb 2017 13:33
by John Faulkner, Skegness
How come I can still order a Chicken Madras and buy Bombay Mix at the local supermarket?

Re: Hf airband

Posted: 17 Feb 2017 14:42
by John J Cahill
John Faulkner, Skegness wrote:
17 Feb 2017 13:33
How come I can still order a Chicken Madras and buy Bombay Mix at the local supermarket?
Because the Indians don't want to confuse the British :lol:

JJ

Re: Hf airband

Posted: 17 Feb 2017 18:52
by John Faulkner, Skegness
:) I'm confused ;)

Re: Hf airband

Posted: 18 Feb 2017 10:07
by MarkdxAnglesey
Even more so as In India many still say bombay.

Re: Hf airband

Posted: 18 Feb 2017 10:11
by pe1etr
In Myanmar many local people still say Burma, and they still call their language Burmese.

Re: Hf airband

Posted: 18 Feb 2017 10:34
by MarkdxAnglesey
Gosh what a place to go peter