VHF/UHF Repeater Frequency Co-ordinators and Councils
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If you, or your club, are planning to set up a repeater, please contact your local frequency coordinator before proceeding, or before making changes such as the antenna pattern or height, the power output or the addition of CTCSS tones.
For those interested in more background information, please try the following pages.
Below, we have listed the names and addresses of organizations and individuals who are responsible for the harmonization and coordination of the hundreds of VHF and UHF amateur radio repeaters across Canada.
>For more information about North American frequency coordination, visit the National Frequency Coordinators Organization, Inc. web site.
British Columbia Amateur Radio Coordination Council (BCARCC)
Secretary: Ed Frazer VE7EF
For Coordination Red Deer, AB North, contact;
Don Moman - VE6JY
For Coordination Red Deer, AB South, contact;
>Ken Oelke - VE6AFO
Saskatchewan Amateur Radio League (SARL)
Stan Ewert - VE5SC.
Manitoba Amateur Repeater Coordination Council (MARCC)
Ontario - Southwest
Western New York Southern Ontario Repeater Council (WNYSORC)
Tom Domonkos - VE3LT
Ontario - East and North
(including 50 km wide strip along Quebec side of Ottawa River)
St Lawrence Valley Repeater Council (SLVRC)
Radio Amateur du Quebec, Inc (RAQI)
Pierre Thibaudeau, VE2PRT
MARCAN Frequency Coordinator
Ron MacKay - VE1AIC
Ken Whalen, VO1ST
Yukon Amateur Radio Association
Ron McFadyen, VY1RM
North West Territories & Nunavut
Ken Oelke - VE6AFO
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