SDL Network Viewer can be a tremendous aid in developing a comprehensive Sales Plan when it comes to understanding the installed base of Tower Property managers, location of Registered Structures and the scope and depth of any customer (called an entity in FCC and SDL jargon).
Product data can be filtered and exported based on manufacturer, frequency band, location, entity name and more. Export to CSV and then use your favorite tool to summarize and display the data. Look for SDL to employ a family of analysis tools in future releases.
The screenshot shown displays all non null Transmitter Make rows in the FCC MW Paths database.
OEMs can easily find where their products are installed and where their competitors products are installed. Filter on Transmitter Make and/or Model or Antenna Make and or Model and instantly see where products are installed. No more guessing. The FCC will tell where the products are.
The screen shot below shows a filtered database on AT&T and the associated latitudes and longitudes with each path. Note that each line represents a single frequency and as such paths may look duplicated when in fact there are different frequencies per line.
Use the Perimeter Search tool to limit locations of towers, and service providers networks to within a certain location and distance. Filter on competitors name and export to KML.
The result is a map of competitors location within a certain territory.
Instantly acquire entity data in the Database Viewer or export to KML and populate KML Site and Path Balloons to show numerous customer attributes like contact, contact email, contact phone number.