The Byron Airport common traffic frequency (CTAF) should be a little clearer as of August 15, 2019. That was the date that the new Nut Tree CTAF was officially published and activated by the FAA.
In 2018, the Nut Tree Airport undertook a review and survey of the seven (7) available radio frequencies to identify the best option and revise their CTAF to improve operations and safety. Unfortunately, the revised CTAF identified by the Nut Tree Airport was the same as the Byron Airport CTAF, which led to increased radio interference for pilots. To resolve the issue, both Airport Managers worked diligently with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Federal Communications Commission to have a new additional frequency available for Nut Tree and remove the frequency conflict between the two airports.