>>> Add your Scanning URL to my page <<<

>>> Add your Scanning URL to my page <<<

Post by Rob Bellvill » Thu, 21 Dec 1995 04:00:00

Howdy!

I've just revamped my scanning Web page and need your help. I've added a
Web page that will automatically list your scanning URL simply by filling
out a form. This way the page will reflect the latest changes and
additions.

PLEASE! check it out and add your info as it is starting from scratch.
Feel free to add other scanning URLs that are *not* on the list. Feedback
is welcomed and encouraged.

Go to: http://www.ultranet.com/~bellvill/scanner.html

Thanks all!

-- Rob

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 Rob Bellville, N1NTE                           PO Box 515

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           http://www.ultranet.com/~bellvill/
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Post by John Botel » Thu, 21 Dec 1995 04:00:00



>I've just revamped my scanning Web page and need your help. I've added a
>Web page that will automatically list your scanning URL simply by filling
>out a form. This way the page will reflect the latest changes and
>additions.

This sounds neat, but has anybody developed a robust search
service that will allow for interactive contribution of
information and searching on that information?

We have a local bbs here for scanner freaks, but it is so
overloaded with redundant, old, and just plain wrong information
that it is of little value anymore. A fancy Web page which
lets me find the fire frequencies for Fairfax County or
all users in Florida of 154.415 would be neat!

If nobody has done this, then this has to go onto the
"To Do" list.

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Warning: "Form's" is possesive, "forms" is plural.
Fatal errors: 0
Non-fatal errors: 1 (and counting)

 
 
 

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Post by Rob Bellvill » Fri, 22 Dec 1995 04:00:00


>This sounds neat, but has anybody developed a robust search
>service that will allow for interactive contribution of
>information and searching on that information?

>We have a local bbs here for scanner freaks, but it is so
>overloaded with redundant, old, and just plain wrong information
>that it is of little value anymore. A fancy Web page which
>lets me find the fire frequencies for Fairfax County or
>all users in Florida of 154.415 would be neat!

>If nobody has done this, then this has to go onto the
>"To Do" list.

>--

I am presently working on a searchable FCC database script for
Massachusetts that will be accessable off my Web page. Might take a few
weeks but its coming!

- Rob

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 Rob Bellville, N1NTE                           PO Box 515

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           http://www.ultranet.com/~bellvill/
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Post by Bill Fun » Sat, 23 Dec 1995 04:00:00


>We have a local bbs here for scanner freaks, but it is so
>overloaded with redundant, old, and just plain wrong information
>that it is of little value anymore. A fancy Web page which
>lets me find the fire frequencies for Fairfax County or
>all users in Florida of 154.415 would be neat!

>If nobody has done this, then this has to go onto the
>"To Do" list.

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Maybe I'm missing something, here...
Why not spring the $ and get one of the Frequency CDs, and do it yourself?
At the very least, find PerCon's WEB site, and run a search there. It's
been done.

Bill Funk