This link no longer works. http://www.fcc.gov/mb/audio/status/bimonrpt.html Where can I find blocked and unblocked modifcation lists?21 votes
fix te roblem9 votes
On the page "http://www.fcc.gov/logos", in the section "FCC-Approved Equipment Authorization Labels" the hyperlink "FCC-Approved Equipment Labels for Part 15 and Part 18 devices" points to "http://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/kdb/forms/FTSSearchResultPage.cfm?id=27980&switch=P", which returns a "The page you're looking for is currently unavailable to view".6 votes
This link from the FM Station coverage ReadMe is broken6 votes
Trying to give the new tools a chance, I go to Official Documents, I apply filters to see all Public Notices released by International Bureau. When I try to switch to 50 results per page, my filters reset. When I reapply the filter, I only get 10 results. Hmm...6 votes
Hope to see a fix in the next release. Thanks for the heads up.
There is no mention of the allowed use of repeater stations. There is also no mention of the fact that GMRS is operates under Part 95 and is therefore not subject to the impending narrowbanding that business and public service radio are about to convert to. Instead of the 50 watt limit that GMRS is actually allowed, only a 5 watts are mentioned and, a ridiculous claim of 25 mile range from this 5 watts is claimed. Please correct these omissions and grave exaggerations. GMRS is regulated and professional unlike the unregulated FRS5 votes
BROKEN LINK " http://www.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/audio/atlas2.html " REFERENCE GUIDE FOR COMMUNITIES. DOSNT WORK !!!!!
PUT MORE PEOPLE TO WORK FIXING YOUR WEBSITE.
REFERENCE GUIDE FOR COMMUNITIES.
DOSNT WORK !!!!!
The Search engine sucks.5 votes
The link gives an error page, please fix this4 votes
Not all links available on http://www.fcc.gov/events/workshop-upcoming-test-bed-improve-indoor-location-accuracy-wireless-911-calls
Links for Norman Shaw, Kelly Springer and Marc Linsner are broken or missing.4 votes
I wanted to look at the coverage of where i want to put a radio staiton tower but I can't get coverage maps?4 votes
The report link on
pointing to http://www.fcc.gov/document/bringing-broadband-rural-america-update-report-rural-broadband-strategy has been dead for ages now...
could you please fix it - the report would be direly needed for research purposes...
thanx, toby3 votes
Links in COALS to reports are not working. It takes you to an Accessibility Clearinghouse page only3 votes
Trying to run your Consumer Broadband Test (Beta) caused my Internet Explorer 9 (on Windows 7) to freeze 3 out of 4 times. had to use Windows Task Manager to close IE and start over.2 votes
I am disabled and have keyloggers and hackers limiting my ability to use commerse on all my network utilitization and computer systems with logs that go back to june of last year. Not sure if im being followed by cyber criminals or terrorist or teenywhoopers.?? Please direct me to where I may get more info about this matter.
When viewing attachments from KDB pages, numerous links are broken due to the changes from HTTP:\\ to HTTPS:\\
For example, see links on these pages:
the above url has a dead link:
is referring to a dead link called: "Digital Government"
Here is the dead link page: http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2012/05/23/roadmap-digital-government%29
A commenter reported this last week.
I would like you to fix this link as soon as possible and if possible ask you to let me know when it is available to be reviewed.
There used to be a link available from the Enforcement Bureau's page to a listing of topics on which the Bureau had taken action. I can't find any kind of topic listing in the new design. The More>> link isn't helpful for topics, since the only relevant topic is the too-general-to-be-helpful "Enforcement" topic.2 votes
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