The Utah VHF Society
The policies of the Frequency Coordinator

The following are Coordination Standards and procedures for procuring a coordinated frequency (s) under control of the Utah VHF Society as of January, 1999.

    The Utah VHF Society is a member of the NFCC - The National Frequency Coordinator's Council, an ARRL-affiliated orginization that that is comprised of frequency coordinating entities across the United States.  As such, its decisions carry weight as outlined in FCC Rules, §97.201(c) which state:

(c) Where the transmissions of a repeater cause harmful interference to another repeater, the two station licensees are equally and fully responsible for resolving the interference unless the operation of one station is recommended by a frequency coordinator and the operation of the other station is not.  In that case, the licensee of the non coordinated repeater has primary responsibility to resolve the interference.

General Coordination Policies Applicable To All Bands:

Note:  Additional information and explanation of terms may be found on the "So you want to put up a repeater" page and the  Frequency Coordination FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page.

For a copy of the Utah VHF Society Frequency Coordination Form, please follow this link.

Thank You,

John Lloyd,  K7JL

Utah VHF Society
Frequency Coordinator

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This page updated 20 December, 2012