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Stuck TX LHR approach

Old 26th Jul 2021, 14:51
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Stuck TX LHR approach

For those at NATS engineering, in case you are not already aware: 134.975 MHz ground station seemed to be radiating an almost constant silent carrier for many minutes from approx 14:00 Z this afternoon. Several aircraft were repeatedly calling-in but could not be heard by the controller.
Thought I should report it in case it helps.

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Old 27th Jul 2021, 14:21
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Calling 020-8750 2560 (phone number from the LL AIP entry) might be prudent
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 15:36
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You mean NATS engineers aren't monitoring PPRuNe for their equipment serviceability?
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 16:27
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Thanks Occams Razor
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