A new release of AM Query has been released tonight.
The new version of AM Query will not only contain information on USA stations but on all Western Hemisphere stations listed in the FCC's database. (Obviously, we can not guarantee the accuracy of the data outside the USA, it's what the FCC feeds us.)
A new Frequency search has been added. You can enter the frequency and all stations will be displayed. The default search gives you the USA, Canada and Mexico. You can use the checkboxes to add other countries north of the Equator or add the stations south of the Equator.
Clicking on the "nighttime" box will allow you to view only the nighttime database records. This is helpful if you are trying to DX an AM station.
The translator applications that were filed during the March window have finally posted in the FCC database.
REC's search databases have been updated.
The number #1 LPFM city (in population) remains Anchorage, AK. See our Top 1000 Cities for a revised list.
The ASPEN Application Status System will now show nearby translators that were filed during this window that may encroach on LPFM applications. These applications will not cause the "properly spaced" checkmark to go to "X".
The Encroachment Report is extremely large this week. Please visit the Encroachment page and download the entire file in ZIP format, or you can view one of 3 parts.