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Author Topic: Civil Air Patrol / CAP Net 4636 kHz USB 2240+ UTC 13 Sept 2017  (Read 229 times)
R4002
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« on: September 13, 2017, 2244 UTC »

White Peak 4 (net control) station calling White Peak 6 at 2242 UTC, then giving a general call for any other stations at 2243 UTC.  Nothing heard (at least by me and the net control station) for several minutes.  

0039 UTC - discussion of antenna and relaying information from net control station to another station
0040 UTC - reference to "headquarters antenna" and "southeast group antennas"
0041 UTC - further discussion of background noise at antenna installation, radio check with White Peak 30
0042 UTC - "spoke with the Group Commander the other night" - two stations talking about "White Peak 30" and extra transceivers
0042 UTC - talking about radios having the "new frequencies" programmed in an older transceiver
0043 UTC - further discussion of SWR readings on particular antenna system
0044 UTC - "put the other radio on and give a try, over" "we do not have a power cord for it" talk about swapping radios
0045 UTC - "I will have to tell him to talk louder" - stations on first name basis with each other
0046 UTC - ham radio like discussion about issues with old vs. new radio at one station
« Last Edit: September 14, 2017, 0046 UTC by R4002 » Logged
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« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2017, 0328 UTC »

4636 is one of the Northeast Regional frequencies, White Peak is the New York Wing.  Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2017, 0612 UTC »

Sweet.  I've noticed lots of activity on that frequency in the past.  You wouldn't happen to have a list of the other regional frequencies?  I was in the Civil Air Patrol but most, if not all, of their HF frequencies have changed.  I do remember there being 4 MHz regional frequencies, and then several headquarters or nationwide frequencies on various bands, including 25 and 26 MHz frequencies and ALE systems. 
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