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Sat Mar 12, 2005 2:41 pm

As we've touched on the subject of selcals in this thread, I was wondering if anyone else shared an interest in HF listening / selcals like myself ?

When I'm not keeping my website up to date, I'm usually listening to the Caribbean HF frequencies through the day on 6577/6586/8846/8918/11330/11396 for interesting flights.

Anyone else?


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RE: Selcals

Sun Mar 13, 2005 12:00 am

First, nice website. I started keeping logs of aircraft Selcals I recorded, but got tired of using paper logs. I think once I get the computer and radios in the same room, I'll use Excel for a logging program for Selcals.
It is pretty cool recording the Selcals, and seeing which aircraft is being used again.

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