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Posting for imex99:

1x1900 and 1x800 BID info from v3-GCI-PCI-BID finder for 12/14:
 

BS Latitude  BS Longitude  SID   NID   BID   Type  BID Status(hex) New SID-NID-BID

39.70638889  -82.68666667  4418  214  59521  1x1900  E88x          4418, 214, E88x

39.73833333  -82.64250000  4418  214  59635  1x1900   New: E8Fx    4418, 214, E8Fx

39.73250000  -82.71166667  4418  214  59682  1x1900  E92x          4418, 214, E92x

39.77555556  -82.60972222  4418  214  59715  1x1900  E94x          4418, 214, E94x

39.78388889  -82.67305556  4418  214  59746  1x1900  E96x          4418, 214, E96x

39.83361111  -82.75388889  4418  214  59826  1x1900  E9Bx          4418, 214, E9Bx

39.83833333  -82.54666667  4418  214  59842  1x1900   New: E9Cx    4418, 214, E9Cx

39.89694444  -82.57638889  4418  214  60067  1x1900   New: EAAx    4418, 214, EAAx

39.99027778  -82.52750000  4418  214  60737  1x1900  ED4x          4418, 214, ED4x

39.99527778  -82.39083333  4418  214  61571  1x1900   New: F08x    4418, 214, F08x

40.00611111  -82.58250000  4418  214  61666  1x1900   New: F0Ex    4418, 214, F0Ex

40.14416667  -82.35194444  4418  214  61841  1x1900  F19x          4418, 214, F19x

40.04694444  -82.46444444  4418  214  61858  1x1900   New: F1Ax    4418, 214, F1Ax

 

All new BIDs are plausible. The all match existing 1x800 BIDs

Posted into special 3G spreadsheet tracking NID-SID-BID for user with SCP user notes to display proper street location.

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Posting for nowerlater:

 

1x1900 and 1x800 BID info from v3-GCI-PCI-BID finder for 12/27:

 

sid  nid  bid  bid_latitude  bid_longitude  rssi  latitude  longitude  Type  BID Status (hex)?  SID-NID-BID

22442  214  59506  39.621944  -83.498889  -88  39.698906  -83.464216  1x800  E87x           22442, 214, E87x

22442  204  59603  39.709722  -83.447222  -84  39.697880  -83.457772  1x800  E8Dx           22442, 204, E8Dx

22442  214  59811  39.824722  -83.171667  -83  39.813902  -83.185634  1x800  E9Ax           22442, 214, E9Ax

22442  214  60515  39.949722  -83.480833  -70  39.941945  -83.472968  1x800  EC6x           22442, 214, EC6x

22442  214  60739  39.954722  -82.551667  -64  39.957832  -82.532501  1x800  ED4x           22442, 214, ED4x

22442  204  61138  39.950278  -83.491389  -81  39.942070  -83.486962  1x800  New BID: EEDx  22442, 204, EEDx

 

All new BIDs are plausible. The all match existing 1x800 BIDs

Posted into special 3G spreadsheet tracking NID-SID-BID for user with SCP user notes to display proper street location.

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This is for the site around Morse and Sunbury that has a missing BID (also, this site does not show up in the Nationwide SCP 1X notes for Premier Members):

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*** spreadsheets updated to here with NID SIDs added to back to 3/9/2014 beginning, excluding legacy.

 

one exception so far:

22442 214 59922 EA12 4505 S Hamilton Rd, Groveport

which currently says homer lane, so ignored.

 

Also ignored are spreadsheet info without SIDs from dkyeager (may try to find originals).

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I have been busy adding the SIDs to the dkyeager spreadsheets and then the NV hunters sheet.  This information has bid info from pre-offsets.  Now up to EA5x.  Actually taking it from original Netmonitor app source data, so it is more extensive than spreadsheets. Up to 7CF was included in latest national SCP database.  Currently have full NID SID BID 1x1900 data entered for 41% of sites.

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Currently have full NID SID BID 1x1900 data entered for 71% of sites. Same source as above.

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