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AM Radio Database Query

AM Radio Database Query - RF CafeThis utility is provided compliments of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and is in the public domain. It is an example of a good use of our hard-earned tax money. Thanks to the good folks at the FCC.

If the script does not work for you , please use the one on the FCC website:

AM stations, FM stations, TV stations

Search for radio station information in the AM broadcast band (530 kHz to 1700 kHz). You may request one-line-per-record list output, or more detailed "query" output. The data files used for this query are updated each morning.

Selection of a TEXT output option allows the user to generate a formatted output table which can be imported into other programs. Text tables do not contain all CDBS data fields, but include the values most commonly sought by users. Save the screen output as a text (.txt) file.

For a list of stations authorized to transmit both analog and digital signals, use the following links instead of the AM Query: [ AM | FM ]

Search on Any Fields

You must select at least one data entry field below

      State:
      Call Sign:
            Partial call signs are acceptable, such as KA, KAX, WAM.

      Application File Number:
            Enter only the application file number suffix:
                    for BP-20010314AAC, enter 20010314AAC.
            Old-style file numbers must be modified:
                    BP-970314AC is entered 19970314AC.
            Partial file numbers are acceptable: 199907, 20010301A
            Only AM records with current engineering data will be retrieved.
            Other applications, use CDBS.
      City:  
            Partial city names are acceptable, such as NEW, AN, BOS.
      Search for AM Stations in a Frequency Range:
        Lower Frequency:   Upper Frequency:      Single Frequency:
                     

      Authorization type:
         
      Facility ID Number:    
            Facility ID number must be exact.

      :  
         Show only AM stations operating as
noncommercial educational (NCE) stations (if checked)


      Output -- Select AM Query or AM List
            AM Query provides more information about individual stations
            AM List provides faster response for larger inquiries.
           
              Key for Text file output options

     

Stations Within a Radius

    Must enter Radius and Degrees Latitude and Longitude, at a minimum.
    Radius Search may be combined with other fields above.
Reference Coordinates for Communities

      Radius (in km):     3.2 km radius for 22.371 & 73.1692
      Center Coordinates (NAD 27):
          Latitude (D M S):     N     S

          Longitude (D M S):   W     E



      Show Travellers' Information Station
        Search by Frequency Form
on results page?   Checked = Yes
       [ Additional TIS searches ]

      Change output text size (5 to 30 point):  


     
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