RAAF Noteworthy Movements

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RAAF Noteworthy Movements

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Heard the RAAF doing a bit of formation flying practice this morning on 126.2.

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And a bit of action on 133.1 this morning too.

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'Vipers' this morning on 377.5.

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Steve wrote:'Vipers' this morning on 377.5.
Viper is the callsign for 2FTS (PC 9's)
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This Thread is now Named RAAF Noteworthy movements, and is now a Sticky at the top of the forum.


Please use this Thread from now to place all RAAF Observed operations, radio operations, Pearce Operations, Gin-gin Operations

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I used for the first time today some software that records the time and frequency information (and audio) from my UBC780XLT when it's unattended. I ran it for the day (while I was at work) and got over 100 'hits', including:

136.725 (this is a new one for me)
260.7
263.2
260.9
343.1

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'Vortex' on 119.7 this morning.

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Steve wrote:I used for the first time today some software that records the time and frequency information (and audio) from my UBC780XLT when it's unattended.
What software is that?
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It's called CC780. Google it and you should find it. It's actually Finnish, it's some years old now but does the job.

Go to http://personal.inet.fi/cool/ccsdrtech/index.html and look for 'cc780 version 2.67a'

Right-click on it and you you should get a 'save as' and it will be a 'zip' file.

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343.1 active at the moment.

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Voodoo's on 126.2 this morning

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'Vipers' on 377.5 this morning.

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Are Vipers,Voodoo,Vortex call signs for are group or individual plane ? Thanks

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I think all the 'V' callsigns are formations. Have a look at this excellent site:

http://users.ssc.net.au/mcmillan/ATC%20 ... stern_.htm

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"Trojan" heard on 126.2 yesterday making reference to Echelon. ( Geraldton Spy Base ? )
I'm no expert in the language used on air or it's reference ?
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