• The Premier FCC Database for Professionals

    PerCon DataLinks

    DataLinks is a complete resource for communication professionals that require a complete FCC datasource. Read more...

  • 2014 Edition

    World Bandplan Database

    The WBP is the first product of its kind. It combines the bandplans of over 135 countries, the EU and other frequency coordination organizations in a uniform, searchable database. Read more...

  • DDB

    Dynamic Database Browsing on the desktop is better than ever! Now featuring support for all PerCon location based databases. And be sure to try the free demo. Read more...

  • DDB for iPad

    Dynamic Database Browsing is now available on your iPad. Just like the original, simply move the map to search PerCon databases. It couldn't be easier! read more

  • PointMarker

    The latest iPad app from PerCon makes it easy to record points and data. Simply press and hold over any point on the map to drop a pin and then annotate the point as needed. read more

About Us

PerCon Corporation - perconcorp.com

PerCon Corporation is a developer and publisher of government related databases, specializing in FCC, FAA and GIS data. We provide products to the telecommunications, aviation, government, commercial and hobby markets.

Featured Product

PerCon DataLinks

PerCon's primary database product, DataLinks, is now better than ever! With over 25 different databases and hundreds of possible searches. DataLinks offers DC to Daylight coverage of the FCC Frequency Database.


Latest News

Mar 2015

DOF Updated Daily

FAA Digital Obstacle File (DOF) is now updated daily on DataLinks.

Oct 2014

FCC Selects PerCon

For the 17th consecutive year

Oct 2014

DOD / JSC Selects PerCon

For the 16th consecutive year

Sep 2014

PerCon releases version 1.2.1 of PointMarker

Other Products

In addition to online data and services, PerCon also has a number of iOS apps for the Apple iPad and iPhone.

Did you know?

PerCon was the first commercial provider of FCC data in digital form. In 1993, PerCon published a frequency database of floppy disk. That year we signed up the FCC as our first government customer (on CDROM).


Some of our past and current customers