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gps localisation 19 Sep 2014 16:15 #14318

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If i find fréquency, is it possible gps locate this fréquency for save it (fréquency and gps position) ?
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Re: gps localisation 04 Oct 2014 11:11 #14361

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If you log on to RadioReference.com and go to the state and county in the database where you found the frequency, you can use the big "Submit" button found on every database page to submit new information to the database. There are guidelines you should follow:

* Describe what you heard on the frequency and how you determined what it was.

* Describe the system's "Intended area of coverage" - the center point and radius from that point that covers the entire service area the system is intended by its owner to be used in. Include the latitude and longitude of the center point and the radius which just covers the area of intended coverage with no extra beyond the geographical area the intended users of that system have responsibility for. For example: Lat:42.24211, lon: -71.23456, Radius: 11 miles. This would cover a circle 22 miles across centered on that latitude and longitude. It just covers the borders of a particular municipality's borders where their police force has jurisdiction. Although the circle overlaps some of the surrounding areas, it does not miss any that are within the town borders.

* Verify to the db Admin that you have VERIFIED this information and that you are sure that it is used for what you stated and by the agency you stated in your request.

If you provide this kind of information to the db Admin, you will likely get faster service and your submission will be added to the RR database (and thus get propagated to the HomePatrol's database) in a more timely fashion. It can take from hours to many weeks for this to happen depending on db administrator load and interest and the quality of your submission.
Bob Peloquin - KB1VUA
RR db admin (Massachusetts), USA
Scanner/GPS/Ham Radio enthusiast

Re: gps localisation 04 Oct 2014 11:13 #14362

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You must manually write down the frequency and your location - the scanner cannot save that information anywhere for you.
Bob Peloquin - KB1VUA
RR db admin (Massachusetts), USA
Scanner/GPS/Ham Radio enthusiast
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