Did you know that you can monitor many of the military aviation transmissions and traffic that happens in the skies above us?
What if I told you that with the right equipment, you can easily monitor hundreds of miles away?
I’ll show you where to find milair frequencies, what scanner and equipment you’ll need, what you can expect to hear, and give you 5 tips at the end so you can feel like you're in the cockpit.
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What you need to know
- MilAir Traffic can be heard from 225MHz to 400Mhz
- Most MilAir Traffic is AM, with very little exception being FM or P25
- There can also be MilAir Traffic the VHF band from 136Mhz – Federal Band
- Traffic and activity will depend on where you are listening from
- You will hear more traffic the higher up you can mount your antenna
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