For one of our research projects, we want to simulate a north atlantic flight from Frankfurt, Germany to the U.S.. To make it realistic, we are also simulating air traffic control - both instructions and clearances for the flight to be simulated as well as for all other flights on the same frequency. Now we were wondering, how "dense" is voice radio chatter over Europe (mainly Maastrict UAC and Scottish UAC) and over the North Atlantic (with CPDLC - Controller Pilot Data Link Communication in use)? In other words, how many transmissions per hour do pilots listen to in the given regions (approximately and in average)?
Please note, this question is not only about radio transmissions regarding the own flight, but transmissions from all flights on a given frequency that pilots listen to.
While this likely depends heavily on day and time, let's consider a typical weekday, departing Frankfurt around 10am local, so a time frame 1000Z - 1400Z for the above named regions would be of interest.
Can anyone, potentially a pilot regularly flying such a route, give some estimates?