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Population Area Centerpoint


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Population Area Centerpoints

Description

A population area centerpoint is the center of mass of a populated area that includes States, Counties, Metropolitan areas, Cities, Towns. This information will be used in the programming of the new BCD996T and BCT15 scanners that include location based scanning capabilities.


The Site/System location setting on the scanners can be set for 0.5, 1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 30, 50 miles radius. This will create a circle of as small as 1 mile and as large as 100 miles in diameter. These circles should be placed over either the coverage area of a site or system or the center of population mass. Some areas will require multiple centerpoints for full coverage. This will require multiple sites or systems to be created on your scanner for coverage of that area. Since most areas have 4 greater sides the size of the circle (radius) should be large enough to cover the entire area (square - rectangle).

The Latitude Longitude information should be listed in whatever format works for you. There is a converter located here. Later when there is clarification there will be a required format.

The format should be added as the Arizona entry (in a hierarchical manner).

Also see DRD DXG POI

ALABAMA

ALASKA

ARIZONA

Tucson Metro Area

30 miles 32.1925N 110.9757W

Cochise

50 miles 38.8850N 109.7220W (* The diagonal distance of this county exceeds 112 miles. the selected area covers all populated areas and roadways.)

Pima

50 miles 31.8502N 111.2800W

30 miles 32.2000N 111.5700W

Oro Valley

10 miles 32.4070N 110.9957W

Marana

10 miles 32.4334N 111.1500W

South Tucson

1 mile 32.1959N 110.9700W

Tucson

20 miles 32.1550N 110.8801W

ARKANSAS

CALIFORNIA

Alameda County 374046.92 -1215525.48

Amador County 382742.10 -1203300.40

Calaveras County 381017.38 -1203024.19

Contra Costa County 375439.78 -1215911.11

COLORADO

CONNECTICUT

DELAWARE

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

FLORIDA

GEORGIA

HAWAII

IDAHO

ILLINOIS

INDIANA

IOWA

KANSAS

KENTUCKY

LOUISIANA

MAINE

MARYLAND

MASSACHUSETTS

MICHIGAN

Barry County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 423857.10 Lon -851726.30

Branch County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 415624.90 Lon -845958.80

Calhoun County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 421629.40 Lon -845751.40

Crawford County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 443940.70 Lon -844251.70

Grand Traverse County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 444241.80 Lon -853324.50

Ionia County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 425914.50 Lon -850318.40

Kalamazoo County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 421732.70 Lon -853603.90

Kalkaska County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 444010.68 Lon -850425.80

Mecosta County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 434024.60 Lon -851933.20

Missaukee County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 442014.60 Lon -850318.40

Montcalm County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 431733.20 Lon -850451.10

Osceola County - 20 Miles (32 km)
Lat 435533.00 Lon -851352.50

MINNESOTA

MISSISSIPPI

MISSOURI

MONTANA

NEBRASKA

NEVADA

NEW HAMPSHIRE

NEW JERSEY

NEW MEXICO

NEW YORK

NORTH CAROLINA

NORTH DAKOTA

OHIO

OKLAHOMA

OREGON

PENNSYLVANIA

RHODE ISLAND

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOUTH DAKOTA

TENNESSEE

TEXAS

UTAH

VERMONT

VIRGINIA

WASHINGTON

WEST VIRGINIA

WISCONSIN

WYOMING

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