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WA Aviation Frequencies

Post by numloxx » Mon Feb 26, 2007 1:19 am

All Frequencies are in MHz, and are AM unless otherwise stated

Melbourne Center (Area) Frequencies
Parkerville 120.30 (East/South of YPPH, 35 to 80 DME PH VOR)
Kalamunda 122.40 (West/North of YPPH, 35 to 90 DME PH VOR)

Perth Airport Frequencies
Perth Approach 123.600
Perth Tower 120.500
Perth Ground 121.700
Perth Departues 118.700
Perth Delivery 118.550 and 132.950
Perth Center 127.500
Perth ATIS 123.800
Perth Radar 135.250 (0 to 35 DME PH VOR)

Pearce Airbase Frequencies
Pearce Approach 130.200
Pearce Tower 118.300
Pearce Ground 127.250
Pearce Delivery 134.100
Pearce Departures 135.900
Pearce SMC/Ground 127.250
Pearce SMC Vehicles 121.600
Pearce ATIS 316.100
Pearce ATIS 316.100
Pearce Fire Tower (Common Aus Wide) 398.475

Jandakot Airport Frequencies
Jandakot Airport 123.900
Jandakot ATIS 120.900
Jandakot ATIS 281.0 kHz
Jandakot Ground 124.300
Jandakot Tower and CTAF(R) 118.100
Jandakot Tower 119.400 (Rwy 06R/24L - Circuits)
Jandakot PAL (Pilot Activated Lighting) 123.900

Other Frequencies
Rottnest Island CTAF 126.000
Murrayfield (Mandurah) CTAF 119.100
Serpentine CTAF 119.10
Multicom 126.700

Multicom (also known as the "Joint CTAF") is used at any airports that do not have any assigned frequency (See AIP/ERSA if not sure)

Additional Information
Aeronautical Information Package, from Air Services Australia.


ADMIN EDIT 22/08/2008 - Added frequency for Perth Radar, clarified why there are two frequencies for Jandakot Tower and corrected frequencies for Pearce SMC and SMCV - with thanks to Nafenn!

MODERATOR EDIT 24/10/2008 - Added secondary ATIS frequencies for Perth and Jandakot, transmitted on the Non Directional Beacon (NDB) Navigation Aid

MODERATOR EDIT 25/01/2010 - Removed secondary ATIS frequency for Perth (NDB was de-commisioned quite some time ago), added "kHz" to the end of Jandakots secondary ATIS frequency, and updated Melbourne Center frequencies and locations

MODERATOR EDIT 14/05/2014 - added Fire tower frequency for Pearce
Last edited by Nafenn on Wed May 14, 2014 9:54 pm, edited 3 times in total.
Reason: updating

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Post by Always RX » Mon Feb 26, 2007 4:36 pm

Just a note for Jandakot. 123.9 is the PAL (pilot activated lighting) frequency and as such you will hear no audio on this. Also the term MBZ is no longer applicable as the airport is now a CTAF.
475.175mhz is the Airport ops frequency. SingOps ( singapore flying college ) can be heard on 129.35 and the RFDS Ops frequency is 129.6
The Nanchang warbirds of Fighter Combat International commonly use 123.45 as do Royal Aero Club Formations during thier sorties.
All aircraft may use 123.45 as an air to air comms channel.

chrissss

Post by chrissss » Sun Apr 22, 2007 8:48 pm

i put in perth departures n perth approach and cant pick them up

:(

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Post by numloxx » Sun Apr 22, 2007 10:48 pm

What suburb are you in? Maybe your too far away? If you can pick up ATIS on 123.800 then you are close enough to the airport.

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Post by chrissss » Mon Apr 23, 2007 2:38 pm

i live near kwinana cheers

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Post by numloxx » Mon Apr 23, 2007 2:46 pm

Too far away.
You would have better luck picking up Jandakot, or Bunbury :)

luke

Post by luke » Mon Apr 23, 2007 5:23 pm

what about if i was in wanneroo area??? what can i pick up

WPXZBP

Post by WPXZBP » Mon Apr 23, 2007 5:30 pm

luke wrote:what about if i was in wanneroo area??? what can i pick up
Have a listen, find out and then tell us! We might want to know.

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Post by David E » Mon May 21, 2007 1:48 pm

I used to live in Wanneroo, and could pick up Tower and Approach/Departures.

This was by using an exterior antenna which my Dad had rigged up on the roof, but with a decent-sized antenna on your scanner, you should be able to pick them up. Dick Smith Electronics sell antennas of various sizes.

Regards,
David

luke

Post by luke » Mon May 21, 2007 5:25 pm

But is it any point wen the cops go to the change over? Wat eles You gunna do listen to rail guards and bus drivers and airplanes. :roll:

WPXZBP

Post by WPXZBP » Mon May 21, 2007 5:31 pm

luke wrote:But is it any point wen the cops go to the change over? Wat eles You gunna do listen to rail guards and bus drivers and airplanes. :roll:
Fire & rescue
SJA
AFP
amateur radio
shortwave
longwave
medium wave

just to name a few...

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Post by Always RX » Mon May 21, 2007 7:51 pm

Wes , you mention the AFP there. Got any frequencies for us mate?

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Post by David E » Mon May 21, 2007 8:56 pm

Luke,

This discussion topic was regarding WA aviation frequencies, so I thought you wanted to know what aviation frequencies you could pick up.

If you are interested in what else you can pick up, I would suggest posting a question under the General Scanning discussions.

Regards,
David

luke

Post by luke » Mon May 21, 2007 9:36 pm

thank. nah i cant pick up the airport channels :(

WPXZBP

Post by WPXZBP » Mon May 21, 2007 10:20 pm

Always RX wrote:Wes , you mention the AFP there. Got any frequencies for us mate?
Nup... sorry mate... might have been mentioned in another thread.

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