Most airports don't have control towers, leaving pilots to swap position reports on the CTAF (Common Traffic Advisory Frequency), usually 122.7, 122.8 or 123.0, using as few words as possible and never saying, "Traffic in the area, please advise." Frequency 122.9 gets lumped into the CTAF family and is also known as:
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