Hey guys, I took the time to copy the RDFGS into an excel file so you'd at least be able to reference it until the RDFGS comes back up. There's a tab for each state, and you might have to scroll through the tabs to find what you're looking for, but it's all there. Enjoy!
Download as an Excel file:
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POP: POP Mode
QT: Quick Trigger
I/O: Instant On
X: X Band
K: K Band
KA: Ka Band
TSR: Traffic Sensor Rejection
The RDFGS is a community project where people here report what they see in their areas. Unfortunately the RDFGS has been offline for close to 2 years, and this is just a dump of all the data that we had when it went offline. When it comes back up, then we'll be able to add more information to it and make sure everything is up to date. I have no clue when that will be, as I'm just another user here, and I don't run the site.Thanks a lot for doing this but you completely missed Orange County in North Carolina.
I actually have it ready to go for int+ users but need to add in a quick read only version for the rest. I've been doing a little bit of work here and there while I have been working on the rdfvpn project, but once that's done a lot of the stuff that's been offline for a while will be heavily worked on.The RDFGS is a community project where people here report what they see in their areas. Unfortunately the RDFGS has been offline for close to 2 years, and this is just a dump of all the data that we had when it went offline. When it comes back up, then we'll be able to add more information to it and make sure everything is up to date. I have no clue when that will be, as I'm just another user here, and I don't run the site.
Just because I'm a data nerd by profession and I keep an updated monthly zip code database, I'm working on a new version based on the latest version I was able to download with cleaned up names of cities, counties and de-duped data. If you all want, I can add Latitude/Longitude [it would be close but my database is based on ZIP code, not city], current estimated population of the city/county as of a couple of weeks ago, elevation, County FIPS, State FIPS. Lots of minor geographical issues and spelling issues.
I was also working an OLAP version, mostly because I got bored at work, projects on hold due to the upcoming holidays and did I mention that I got bored?
Maybe since RDFGSv1 Temporary Viewing System* is now back up, we could unsticky this and perhaps sticky and lock a thread with the information on how to get the RDFGSv1, as I've seen lots of posts asking how and where to get to it.
Yep I'll make a couple modifications to this area later today.
Do you want to create a specific thread for reporting info to be added to the Temporary Viewing System or would you like to keep using the "Presenting the RDF Geographical Survey (Version 1.0)" thread? I know there has been some confusion in the past of where to go to report information
I think there's a misunderstanding of what's going on here.
The RDFGSv1 is viewable, and editable. What's the issue?
I've been lurking the site for a couple of weeks now setting up my Uniden R7. This morning however I'm having trouble getting to the map. I checked around on the forum's and didn't find any threads regarding this time-frame, so I decided to try the discord server this morning to see if anyone else noticed, but its very quiet there. So instead I am now posting on the most recent relevant thread. Is anyone else having trouble with the RDFGS map? I saw that maintenance occurred overnight so maybe related?