> : >I have posted this before, but never got a response...
> : >I hear what I believe to be a center controller for high altitudes
> : >(above 18,000 ft) on 125.325. However, the frequency is not listed in
> : >any of the publications I have seen (Scanner Master, Monitor America,
> : >etc...). I hear this freq very clearly, as opposed to the Newark
> : >Airport tower, which I only live 12 NM from. Does anyone have any
> : >idea what this freq is called, or where it originates from?
> : For anyone who's interested, I'll answer my own question...
> : Dave Erick of NH tells me that the freq is the high altitude ARTCC for
> : the Matawan, NJ sector. That makes sense to me, since I live only
> : five miles from Matawan.
> : Many thanks to Dave and the other's who've since responded.
> : FRank
> You can get the latest listing of ARTCC frequencies in the
> Airways/Facilities Directory which is published several times
> per year. You can purchase one at a local FBO at your nearest
> general aviation airport (Try teterboro or similar). The list
> is in the back of the book.
You're listening to the Air Route Traffic Control Center frequency
and its REMOTED transmitter SITE. This is to ensure that there is
unrestriced IFR operations within the high and low altitude enroute
sectors. 720 channel comm equipment with 25 mhz spacing is required.
You are listening to NEW YORK CENTER on 125.325 and 127.175 using the
local Matawan site.
I'm lucky here in Millville NJ, I can get NY and Wash Center clear
as a bell from the local site, 3 miles away. Good stuff...