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Warren County On The Cvr

Zaphod 36
post Mar 16 2010, 04:41 PM
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Here is the PDF of the CVR including the specification of the noises.

At 09:41:20.7 there is the description of "Cycling through the VHF radio frequency selector. Activating various frequencies"
At 09:41:33.0 Warren County ATIS is being received.
At 09:48:57.2 Warren County Tower starts.

Is it possible that Warren County is being received accidentally after cycling through the VHF radio freqency selector?
If this is the case, is it also possible that the Warren County Tower starts(automatically)?

I guess Warren County is the Lebanon-Warren-County Airport in Ohio?
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post Mar 28 2010, 03:05 PM
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QUOTE (Zaphod 36 @ Mar 14 2010, 06:41 PM) *
Here is the PDF of the CVR including the specification of the noises.

At 09:41:20.7 there is the description of "Cycling through the VHF radio frequency selector. Activating various frequencies"
At 09:41:33.0 Warren County ATIS is being received.
At 09:48:57.2 Warren County Tower starts.

Is it possible that Warren County is being received accidentally after cycling through the VHF radio freqency selector?
If this is the case, is it also possible that the Warren County Tower starts(automatically)?

I guess Warren County is the Lebanon-Warren-County Airport in Ohio?

Thatīs confusing. Warren county airport does not have an ATIS frequency. It is also not clear to me what is meant by "Warren tower ATIS" as opposed to "Warren county ATIS". Presumably this is meant to be the same. The nearest ATIS would be 125.800 Cox – Dayton ATIS, or Cleveland.
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post Jan 23 2012, 09:42 PM
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QUOTE (phaeton666 @ Mar 28 2010, 03:05 PM) *
Thatīs confusing. Warren county airport does not have an ATIS frequency. It is also not clear to me what is meant by "Warren tower ATIS" as opposed to "Warren county ATIS". Presumably this is meant to be the same. The nearest ATIS would be 125.800 Cox – Dayton ATIS, or Cleveland.


Admitting Youngstown-Warren regional Airport had an ATIS,
admitting any kind of airport nearby there that day had an ATIS,
the FAA state that ATIS CAN TRASMIT AT A MAXIMUM OF 25000 feet AGL
LINK: http://www.faa.gov/air_traffic/publication...p4/aim0401.html

cap 4-1-13.
"nformation is continuously broadcast over a discrete VHF radio frequency or the voice portion of a local NAVAID. ATIS transmissions on a discrete VHF radio frequency are engineered to be receivable to a maximum of 60 NM from the ATIS site and a maximum altitude of 25,000 feet AGL. At most locations, ATIS signals may be received on the surface of the airport, but local conditions may limit the maximum ATIS reception distance and/or altitude"

while UA93 at 09:41:33.0 was flying at about 31000 feet AGL.
LINK: http://www.nps.gov/flni/historyculture/upl...-Study_UA93.pdf


how can that be?

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