DataLinks is a powerful database driven search engine of FCC Databases,
these range from IBFS, COALS, CDBS to all FCC Univeral Licensing System
Databases (ULS). All FCC frequency databases are included in one composite
Master Frequency Database. Due to the uniqueness of this product, DataLinks
is is considerd a sole-source product by many of PerCon's customers.
DataLinks also includes the FCC Antenna Registration (ANTREG), the
FAA Digital Obstacle (DOF) and the Industry Canada TAFL. Most frequency
databases are updatad daily. DataLinks offers a robust range of searches
and outputs based unique to each individual database. Searches range
from simple Callsign searches to complex multi-field searches. An SQL
like query build and editor is available for those that would like
to develop their own complex searches. Specialty searches include Radius
(with inner and outer), Box, and Buffer Searches are available for
most databases. Output formats range from simple HTML pages, Excel
files, Standard Frequency Action Format (SFAF), KML for Google Earth,
XML, to ASCII and DBF file formats. DataLinks also provides access
to utilies like our Find Available Frequency utilities. Canada is also
supported for those searches near the ABCD line. DataLinks offers an
easy to use and time saing alternative to the ULS. Searches can be
completed against multiple databases with no drill-down.
DataLInks can be used in frequency interference, licensing, R&D, competive analysis
and much more. Contact PerCon if you have questions or have specific
Dynamic Database Browsing (DDB)
Dynamic Database Browsing (DDB) provides users with a new way of searching
and visualizing data found in PerCon online databases. Using special
.KML files, users can not only view data, but search and extract new
records simply by moving and manipulating a Google Earth map. Information,
such as transmitter locations or towers are displayed automatically
as the user zooms into the desired geographic location. As the user
moves the map, data is retrieved from PerCon servers and new results
are added to the map display. The search results are returned as interactive
points and clicking on any point will provide detailed information
for that record in a pop-up window. In addition, towers can be viewed
in a 3D mode, giving the user a real sense of the structure height
& scale. Users who mainly perform geographic database searches will
benefit greatly from this option as they can now search various PerCon
databases visually from a single interface. DDB is an optional product
to PerCon DataLinks. To try our demo using Chautauqua County, NY, click on the following link:
Worldwide Bandplan (WBP)
PerCon's Worldwide Bandplan is multi-country Table of Frequency Allocations
that covers over 135 countries and/or entities. It is a sole source
product since it is the only searchable database of it's kind. Searches
across single or multiple countries can be performed using the easy
to use DataLinks Database Engine. Many outputs are available, they
range from ASCII, HTML to Google Earth KML and Excel.
WBP now supports a new and dynamic visual interface. Visual Table of Allocations is now available to WBP users.
For more information see:
Tutorial...The 2016 edition when released will contain 31 new countries in addition to the 135 contained in the 2015 Edition.
Attention Developers and Manufacturers, if you are interested in integrating the most complete Worldwide Table of Frequency Allocations into your product,
please contact Chuck Pergrim, President of PerCon at (716) 386-6015. WBP now supports the EFIS-XML output format.
FCC Activity Monitor (FAM)
FAM can monitor any daily activity from the FCC, both Pending Applications
and Granted Licenses. Any field or combination of fields in the PerCon's
FCC data can be tracked, allowing for extremely robust queries. Queries
can range from File Numbers or Call signs to application contact names
or frequency coordinator names. Site specific searches can be performed
as a radius search to protect against activity around locations. You
may monitor any licenses, your licenses or even your competitor's licenses.
Frequency ranges or specific frequencies searches may be performed
with class of stations or radio services. Virtually any daily activity
may be monitored. Get a heads up on future installations, potential
interference or potential sales. Save valuable time in repetitive manual
searches. On a daily basis you will receive an email with all results
of pending and/or granted activity. These emails also contain quick
links to the FCC and to a PerCon Excel spreadsheet that corresponds
to the search results.