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Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 05 Oct 2017, 21:05
by phillmobile
Try this guys happened to have saved a link and the link seems to work for me, so it is alive to some level and up to date, before it was not updating

http://spectruminfo.ofcom.org.uk/spectr ... mit+search

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 05 Oct 2017, 21:06
by phillmobile
Hey Matt we are going to join the starnett system soon (Nexedge) starting with Sheffield soon, got some one lined up already waiting to go.

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 06 Oct 2017, 16:14
by bigbloke
mattdcooley wrote:Nice one BB. I think i'll have to source Mappoint and have a play thanks for the idea. I reckon i'll do as Admiral though and keep the CSR licences in just to be complete.
split all the good stuff out into separate excel sheets

import each one as a layer into mappoint and give it a different colour pin *simples*

(thats what Ive done - but didnt show it in the picture)

regards

BB

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 14 Oct 2017, 09:43
by Metradio

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 16 Oct 2017, 15:08
by bigbloke
still intermittently naffed here sadly:
still-naffed.png
regards

BB

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 16 Oct 2017, 15:22
by phillmobile
Yeah i get the error too

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 16 Oct 2017, 16:30
by paulears
I guess their IT department are somewhat useless.

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 16 Oct 2017, 19:11
by Metradio
Hacked by North Korea ?
Or just crap programming ?

Mike

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 20 Oct 2017, 19:39
by phillmobile
What i find funny is we are not allowed to listen to these frequencies but they give us a database to find them....

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 20 Oct 2017, 22:34
by thelad
I thought it was so you could provent conflict eg for hire companys to see how many users are in an area?

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 21 Oct 2017, 09:09
by paulears
Don't forget spectrum trading. It allows you to see who 'owns' a frequency, and then offer to buy their frequency and trade it. Can't buy what you can't see? Openness and transparency.

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 22 Oct 2017, 18:33
by mattdcooley
:thumbup: Mike's link works here, and it's a weekend!

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 22 Oct 2017, 18:46
by paulears
The link is fine - it's the data that's not! Just put in your local area on the map and then compare that to real life. So many aerials you see are missing, and if you ask it for the list you get returns in the thousands, nine of which seem to have any link with your areas at all?

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 22 Oct 2017, 19:49
by Metradio
As long as you are looking for Business Radio, Technically Assigned data you should have no problem, just did a local search and it presented the expected results..

Mike

Re: farewell to the WTR - hello to the monthly spreadsheet!

Posted: 23 Oct 2017, 12:51
by paulears
Not around here sadly - my location, distance 10Km, brings back just a small number of technically assigned licences, and then if you click on the blue ones where there are multiple users, instead of the old details of each individual licence and frequency, you now get hundreds of results.