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Re: Frequency Search by ASR Number?
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Subject: Re: Frequency Search by ASR Number?
From: Ed Trombley <ETrombley@munn-reese.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2017 12:26:40 -0400
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Hello Brian:

Close but not by ASR.  Use the geo coordinates of the ASR.

Go to FCC home page.  Select Licensing & data bases blue ribbon top of screen.

The select GENMEN  in the top row.

use the Site - Market - Frequency selection.... Its the vacuum cleaner option.

Do a site radius search.

Certain cell sites are market based and those frequencies will not show up in any search.

you have to work the call sign backwards for those frequencies.


On 3/28/2017 12:15 PM, Gullikson, Brian F wrote:

Is there any way to query the FCC database to show me a giant list of every licensed frequency that is specifically related to a certain ASR numbered structure?



Brian Gullikson


Brian Gullikson, CBRE               98.5 KTIS-FM | Faith 900 KTIS

                                            Life 97.3 KDNW | Faith 90.5 KDNI

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KTIS, KDNW, KDNI                                       St. Paul, MN  55113

bfgullikson@unwsp.edu                        Phone:  (651) 631-5094


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