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Originally posted by gariac
I think Lockheed hacked the gear a bit to get the FCC to buy into the test
This link might get you to the FCC approval document:
I suspect the FCC links are dynamic, so here are the frequencies used:
When emission codes are given, they list 10K0F3E. Translating, on the carrier frequencies I listed, the modulated signal is 10kHz wide. FM, single analog channel of telephony. That should work in a standard scanner, though maybe the audio will sound a little distorted due to the slightly wider than standard bandwidth.
Photos of the "abandoned" airfield would be appreciated.
Lockheed is testing something at two locations in Arizona. One is at the Goodyear Airfield, which they list as located at N33 25 20.35 W112 22 14.11. The other location is an abandoned airfield located at N33 08 03.15 W112 39 32.45.