I am currently putting the finishing touches on re-release-version of three old FS1-era campaigns (by me) ... including making all new in-engine sequences to serve as back-end to each story (and in some chases to further tie them into more recent stories)...
As part of one I included the following (technically) debriefing text as an epilogue:
GTVA-CTA Traffic Bulletin #4711
The GTVA-CTA would like to remind all commercial pilots in the Ikeya System to refrain from reporting any further instances of ''phantom signals'', ''ghost radio broadcasts'', or similar received by communications equipment scanning the D- or Y-Band while in diagnostics mode. These ''signals'' are naturally occurring phenomena in the Ikeya System. They are neither man-made nor Shivan in origin.
Processing unsubstantiated reports like these occupies valuable personnel and resources, which would otherwise be used to maintain and improve the services of the GTVA-CTA.
Furthermore, the GTVA-CTA would like to remind you that no commercial, military or emergency service uses frequencies above 150 GHz for communications purposes.
- Diligence is the best pilot - Commercial Traffic Authority of the Galactic Terran-Vasudan Alliance
As an added bonus, I thought it would be a nice little community interaction thing to crowdsource the in-universe comments section under that bulletin here in the forums, rather than going out into the wilderness and translate some comments back.
So, what I would like you to do is help me by writing a short comment (or multiple) you think someone would post under an official statement like this (including an in-universe name; there are no pseudonyms in the comments section for official GTVA statements)... Please try not to make it so that it wouldn't be too grounded in any days Twitter-cylce (aka "Don't write stuff that is going to be a dated reference tomorrow").
Also, please keep in mind that Forum Rules and Guidelines will still apply.
On 31st, I will then add a selection from your entires to the release version.
ps. On technical note, I know next to nothing about actual radio operation, so the bands and frequency I picked might be subject to change.