Coordination Form (RSE)


1. Wideband 2m and 70cm coordinations in the Eastern Front Range from Wyoming to New Mexico are waitlisted and have a 5+ year waiting list. Applications for 2m and 70cm cannot be granted unless other local pairs are turned back into the council. Consider using 1.25cm for expedited coordination or choose an SNP pair for immediate use.

2. All coordinations take from 7 to 28 days to process. Coordinations close (within 50-75mi) to a state border will take longer due to neighboring coordination requirements.

If you have a suggested frequency, please enter it here. Please realize that the Colorado coordination environment doesn\’t allow us to coordinate specific frequencies due to band congestion on certain bands and areas.

(Leave blank if you are not requesting a specific frequency pair.)

This is the individual or club that holds the coordination. This person or entity is authorized to make future changes to the record.
This is the person that holds the FCC issued callsign used on the repeater or link.
This is the area that the repeater covers. (eg. Colorado Springs) For publication in maps and repeater directories.
This should be a screen capture or a jpeg of a map showing the exact location of your proposed repeater. Higher quality photos are better. We need to be able to see the proposed location. (png, jpg, gif, pdf, doc or docx are acceptable)

Please describe the exact location of the repeater or link transmitter, allowing the coordinator to pinpoint the location on a map. This is for coordination use only and is never published. This information is absolutely required and cannot be left blank.


Please describe the exact location of the repeater or link transmitter, allowing the coordinator to pinpoint the location on a map. This is for coordination use only and is never published.

Please indicate mode.
Please enter the proper emissions designator for your analog output.
Please choose the appropriate bandwidth for your repeater emission. This is NOT deviation. This is occupied channel bandwidth.
Please explain the requirements of talkgroup or color code required to access your repeater.
Please indicate what method of access control is in use on the repeater system:
Enter your CTCSS tone here
Enter your DTCSS/DPL code here:
Please explain your digital protocol access requirements.
Please detail your use of DTMF Access Codes on this system:
Please explain the access control method on this repeater.
Please enter your transmitter manufacturer name.
Please enter your transmitter model number here. Include any pertinent information about your use.
Should we publish access information in the ARRL repeater directory and CCARC maps?

The ARRL code is listed in parentheses following each item as used in the repeater directory.

In order to claim ARES/RACES affiliation, please attach a copy of your ARES / RACES memorandum of understanding letter(s). If you do not have this attachment, you may not claim ARES/RACES affiliation. (Acceptable file types, PDF, DOC, JPG, GIF, TIF)
Because you\'re using a directional antenna, please describe the pattern here.
You may upload a cutsheet for the antenna you\'re using here. Acceptable formats, PNG, JPG, GIF and PDF.
Use the FCC\'s website to calculate HAAT. THIS MUST BE CORRECT FOR YOUR SITE.
I realize that a band that I have chosen to coordinate on is waitlisted from 1 to 5 years in the front range. I wish to be put on the waiting list and notified when a frequency comes available. (Non Front Range coordinations are likely not affected.)

By attaching my electronic signature to this document, I hereby certify that the above information is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge, that I have read the Frequency Coordination Policy Guidelines, as well as Part 97 of the FCC rules pertaining to repeater and auxiliary operation. I know that repeater coordinations usually take 7-21 days to process. I also realize that if I leave fields on this form blank, my submission is likely to be rejected.

Submission of a CCARC Radio Systems Evaluation form does not guarantee grant of coordination. Many factors are taken into account when determining available frequency pairs and it is not a \”rubber stamp\” process. Amateur spectrum in Colorado is very difficult to allocate on some bands. The coordinator will make all reasonable efforts to allocate a frequency pair for your use or make suggestions as to how to obtain a coordination.

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