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Welcome to the web site of the
Arizona Repeater Owners Frequency Coordination Committee
a subcommittee of the
Amateur Radio Council of Arizona
We interface with and cooperate with adjacent state certified coordinators for all near border coordinations.
The 2016 repeater owners' meeting minutes are here.
The Frequency Coordination Committee e-mail address is:
Please do not post this address on any web page without express permission from the coordination committee. However, you may freely link to this web page.
The Frequency Coordination Committee of the Amateur Radio Council of Arizona is a group of volunteer amateur radio operators who work to provide coordination services to the amateur radio community in Arizona. Coordination is performed for vhf and uhf frequencies to be used for repeater, digital and point to point operations. This service is available for amateur radio frequencies from 29 MHz and up.
The chairperson of the committee is appointed by the ARCA membership and is ratified by
the repeater owners at their annual meeting each July at the Williams hamfest. The chairperson of
the committee then choses the remainder of the coordinators.
The FCC gives preference to coordinated repeaters in interference situations (part 97.205), so it is to the advantage of anyone wishing to construct a repeater in the Amateur Radio Service to avail him or herself of the work of a NFCC certified coordinator serving the area where the repeater will be located.
The Frequency Coordination Committee of the Amateur Radio Council of Arizona is a charter member of the NFCC (The National Frequency Coordinator's Council)
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The Council is a not-for-profit corporation in the state of Arizona.
In other words -- nobody makes any money on this!
This web site is updated on a regular basis. Please check back frequently for updates.