The Standard Frequencies Database is included with RadioInspector RT and RC programs, and provides recording and storing signal information including frequency (Transmit and receive), occupied frequency bandwidth, modulation, type, location and comments etc. Multiple frequency database files can be created and maintained for specific facility locations, geographic regions, operational tasks or other objectives as required. Frequencies can be added during scanning, added from the list of detected signals or manually programmed and can be edited as required. A built in search utility allows fast searching of frequencies from a large list of entries. Signals from the current selected frequencies database can be marked with a coloured underline on the live RF spectrum display main scanning GUI, fixed frequencies inspection GUI or the RF signal analysis and performance measurement GUI. Each marker also displays the frequency bandwidth and location of the database signal.
The standard database version includes a free CSV file converter program for the conversion of frequency tables from CSV text files into RadioInspector Standard Frequency Database files. This converter allows operators to utilize CSV frequency tables from anywhere in the world to create an unlimited number of Standard Frequency Database lists for use during scanning, data collection and local or remote monitoring applications.