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Which frequency does Vox pick?

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Hi to all,

Does anybody know how VoxATC decides which frequency to use if there are multiple options? For example, in reality many aiports have multiple approach frequencies and depending on the sector an aircraft approaches from, one of these will be assigned. I don't think that the sims (FSX, P3D, Xplane) support different frequencies in different sectors of the same airport, so I assume that Vox simply reads the frequencies in the order they are listed in the airport.bgl file, but so far, I didn't manage to find out the logic according to which a frequency is picked. It's neither always the lowest nor the highest one. Does anybody know how Vox prioritises the frequencies? I assume Vox simply takes the first frequency that it listed in the bgl. but how can I see the order of frequencies in the airport.bgl file?  Is there an external program (ADE,AFX) that shows the frequencies in the right order such that for example the prioritised frequency always shows on top in the frequency list?

Best regards

draci

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draci

perhaps a way to view / print an airport's comms/atis is to review the updated makerunways compiled runways.txt file.

there is also the "comms".log files in vox's appdata to see  / compare with the above.

be interesting to hear your conclusions .... my pnf does what's assigned.

Edited by vadriver

for now, cheers

john martin

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Thank you vadriver once again for the hint, I'm going to check this out on my next few flights and report back.

 

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Thank you vadriver for the excellent hint, strange that I've never tried this before, I'm going to check this out on my next few flights and report back.

 

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