posted on Mar, 24 2010 @ 09:12 PM
Approach, tower, and ground are not published. I have them, but if I publish the frequencies, supposedly they get changed.
All that said, it takes very little work to find those frequencies. First up, you need a list of known frequencies.
Nellis range frequencies
At this point, get to a location where you can hear the radios from the base. Tikaboo Peak is obviously the best place, but except for ground, you can
find all the secret frequencies from just being parked by the ET Highway near the base. Bandscan the civilian air band. When you hear something, park
on the frequency. Check it against the list and determine if it is something unknown or not. Once you have definitively identified the frequency, lock
it out and start bandscanning again. Repeat the procedure, locking out the known frequencies. Eventually you will find the control and tower
frequencies, probably in that order. There is more chatter on control than on the tower, so it is easier to find.
The military airband frequencies take way more work to find, mostly because the band is so much bigger.
Note that everything on the frequency list I provided has been heard by myself or someone I trust to give me a known frequency, or come directly from
government documents. There are lists all over the net that are much larger, but not very well vetted.
Put it this way. When KLAS videotaped the last F117s landing at Tonopah, the audio came from my hardware. I keep meaning to upgrade the list, but I
want to set up mysql rather than running a spreadsheet and then making a PDF. That's a project that never gets done. ;-)