[Noisebridge-discuss] The bridge

Norman Bradley pryankster at gmail.com
Tue Sep 10 03:14:49 UTC 2013


This is a follow up to my previous message. Here is a list of 
prospective frequencies. As I mentioned our footprint is roughly North 
of McLaren Park, East of 4th Ave, to the Bay. I wouldn't plan on hitting 
Bayview / Hunters Point, Portrero Hill is in the way and even high 
powered commercial stations have a problem with Fishermans Wharf and the 
Marina. The channel numbers are only used by the FCC and the line 
(------) indicates where the Commercial Frequencies start. I'm not sure 
if that will make a difference.

Channel    Frequency
201    88.1
202    88.3
204    88.7
205    88.9
206    89.1
210    89.9
211    90.1
212    90.3
213    90.5
215    90.9
220    91.9
-------------------
223    92.5
225    92.9
226    93.1
228    93.5
229    93.7
232    94.3
233    94.5
234    94.7
235    94.9
236    95.1
237    95.3
238    95.5
240    95.9
241    96.1
242    96.3
244    96.7
245    96.9
246    97.1
247    97.3
248    97.5
249    97.7
250    97.9
251    98.1
252    98.3
253    98.5
254    98.7
256    99.1
257    99.3
258    99.5
260    99.9
263    100.5
264    100.7
265    100.9
266    101.1
267    101.3
268    101.5
269    101.7
270    101.9
271    102.1
272    102.3
273    102.5
274    102.7
276    103.1
277    103.3
278    103.5
280    103.9
281    104.1
282    104.3
283    104.5
284    104.7
285    104.9
286    105.1
290    105.9
292    106.3
293    106.5
294    106.7
296    107.1
297    107.3
298    107.5
300    107.9

You are entitled to your own opinion.
You are NOT entitled to your own facts.

Norman

On 9/8/2013 10:19 PM, Jonathan Lassoff wrote:
> Another less labor-intensive starting point could be to hit up the FCC
> licensing system and do a geographic search for noisebridge and a
> desired frequency or range.
> http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/searchLicense.jsp
>
> >From there, you can try and find a frequency that only has other
> stations very far away on it.
>
> On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 8:45 PM, Martin Bogomolni <martinbogo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> MartinD :
>>
>> There's no need to war-walk the neighborhood, when you can warbike or
>> wardrive it.
>>
>> There's plenty of software out there to allow someone to drive the SF grid,
>> and record the various "open" frequencies.
>>
>> -MartinB
>>
>>
>> On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 10:37 PM, martin deviddo <gmod4life1 at hotmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>> No problem. I really want to help get this station on the air. It's my
>>>
>>> understanding that we need a fm signal map of mission valley. Norman
>>> explained
>>>
>>> that in order to figure out which frequency isn't used we'll have to go
>>> the old
>>>
>>> fashioned way and and walk around with an FM radio logging the channels
>>> with
>>>
>>> white noise at each intersection. This will provide us the data we need to
>>> select
>>>
>>> an unused band. I am willing to spend a day doing this sometime soon. The
>>> bike I
>>>
>>> have would make this fairly easy but tedious. I'll post results soon.
>>>
>>>
>>> Corduroy
>>>
>>>
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