Reid-Hillview Tower audio
Listen to the Tower at RHV!
here to listen to the tower! You must have Windows
Media Player which can be downloaded for free. If it doesn't work, see
troubleshooting tips below. You're listening to 119.8 MHz, the primary tower
frequency for the airport. The frequency is used by airplanes 24-hours a
day, though the tower is only in operation from 7AM to 10PM local time.
RHV Controller Jim and Husky aircraft
Photo by Max Trescott
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San Jose Flight Training installed a receiver to stream this audio as a public
service, and installed a custom built, high
gain antenna, so now you can hear most of the planes on the ground as
well. The system will occasionally go down for
maintenance, so if it's not available when you try it, come back later. On
busy weekends, the tower also uses 126.1 MHz for runway 31L/13R, but you won't hear
those transmissions. Also, sometimes we'll switch the feed to stream the ATIS
frequency of 125.2 MHz for a minute or two, and occasionally we'll tune in other
aviation frequencies of interest.
If clicking on the link at top doesn't work, open your Windows Media Player.
You can usually find the Windows Media Player by clicking Start, Programs,
Accessories, Entertainment, and Windows Media Player. Click File, Open URL
and paste in the following: http://www.sjflight.com/rhvweb.asx
Reid-Hillview Tower Radar and Links
Click here for a picture of RHV's radar display, and
other links related to Reid-Hillview airport information.
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