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RadioReference.com Version 3.1 Release Today

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Folks,

I released a significant code update today for the database - Version 3.1. The following changes and new features are now available:

New Features

1. Implementation of maps for trunked systems (link is at the top of the sites listing)
- All FCC callsign locations
- All RadioReference Lat/Long Locations
2. FCC call sign display module provides more information, sorts by location # by default
3. New searches for metro areas (FCC and Identified frequencies) allowing for searches across numerous counties defined for metro areas
4. Frequency grouping that are empty now not displayed
5. Lots of style fixes (db homepage etc)
6. Reporting tab for entities
7. Display all identified frequencies for counties and metro areas (reporting tab)
8. PDF reports use Courier font for data tables
9. Moved FCC Grants to FCC Tab
10. Files Tab now shows how many files (maps, codes, images etc) are available for the entity

Bug Fixes

1. System Page titles had slashes
2. Identified frequencies searches fixed
3. Display county name for identified frequencies search
4. Washington DC fixes
5. State page cleanups for countries with no data and smaller countries
6. Printable PDFs for Trunked Systems sort problem
7. Submissions interface fixes (select conventional or trunked when executing from entity etc)

More significant changes were rolled out to the admin interface to provide ease of use for processing data for our admins.

I'm working with our mapping providers to get the mapping issues fixed for many of the counties... that is making progress.... thanks!
 
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I must really be dense, since I don't find the links mentioned.
I think I understand I need to click on "Database", but I don't see
the maps link and the other links as mentioned in your post. What am I doing wrong?
Any help will be much appreciated.

Thanks,
Ernie
 
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gringo66 said:
I must really be dense, since I don't find the links mentioned.
I think I understand I need to click on "Database", but I don't see
the maps link and the other links as mentioned in your post. What am I doing wrong?
After you click on Database, go to any state and open a trunked system (ex: for Ohio -> MARCS). Or, open a county, and open a trunked system from there.

Then under the "System Frequencies" heading, look for the 2 links after "Site Map".
 
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