Friend wants to get Blue Angel's channel 18 freq.

Friend wants to get Blue Angel's channel 18 freq.

Post by ken r. lauv » Mon, 02 May 1994 22:12:00

My friend really wants to get the freq for channel 18.  He said he
heard them say to switch to channel 18 at the El Torro (sp?) show
and could not catch them after that.  He said they switched to it
after discussing a radio problem they were having.


would be very appreciative.

Thanks in advance,
Ken Lauver

 
 
 

Friend wants to get Blue Angel's channel 18 freq.

Post by David Hor » Thu, 05 May 1994 04:51:59



>My friend really wants to get the freq for channel 18.  He said he
>heard them say to switch to channel 18 at the El Torro (sp?) show
>and could not catch them after that.  He said they switched to it
>after discussing a radio problem they were having.

>would be very appreciative.

According to the 8th edition "Registry of US Govt. Freqs" by Tom Kneitel,

The Blue Angels are........
121.9, 123.4, 134.1, 141.56, 142, 142.025/142.65, 143, 143.6, 241.4, 250.8,
251.6, 275.35, 307.7, 360.4, 384.4, 391.9, 395.9.

The Thunderbirds are.......
66.9, 114.95, 120.45, 123.4, 124.935, 140, 140.4, 141.85, 235.25, 236.55,
236.6, 250.85, 273.5, 283.5, 295.7, 322, 322.6, 382.9, 394.
Thunderbird ground crew....
413.025, 413.075, 413.1, 413.15, 413.275, 413.35, 413.4.

Most air comms should be AM while ground crews are most likely FM.
Although no ground crew was listed for the Blue Angels, check out the
140 MHz stuff for that.  Also, the 142.025/142.65 is likely a repeater
output/input.

David