Premium subscription gives you access to the database via remote applications, such as programming applications that allow you to program your scanner without having to type in every frequency.
Mr. Blanton (the website owner) and company do a terrific job here with Radio Reference, and as much as I am on the site, utilizing its resources, I want to give something back. A premium subscription, I'm sure, helps defray the costs of running a site such as this. That's "the point," at least for me.
I have been a premium member on and off for several years as I could afford it. Site has been helpful to you in acquiring frequencies which you have made a csv and been able to use.That's what FB is for. I just came here to get some frequencies. I couldn't download them (premium required) and I couldn't get the printable list (Premium required) so I copied and pasted the table in a csv.
You didn't subscribe (fee), you registered (no fee) and yet you're able to post on here.
That's what FB is for. I just came here to get some frequencies. I couldn't download them (premium required) and I couldn't get the printable list (Premium required) so I copied and pasted the table in a csv.
Same here and I just joined! looking forward to a ton of info. I had no idea till a friend introduced me to this site.Same here. I became a premium member to support the site. I have an HP-1 so I don't need a premium membership to update the database on the scanner. It costs money to provide all the great things the site has to offer. Imagine if we all coughed up $30, what great things we could get?