This form is intended for use by Trustees and Trustee/Owners of coordinated repeaters operating on the 222 MHz Band in Southern California.
The ARRL publishes a Repeater Directory each year in both printed and CD format. Information for the listings in the Repeater Directory is obtained by the ARRL from the Recognized Coordination Entity for each region. The 220SMA provides the listings for the 222 MHz Band in Southern California.
Some of the information published by the ARRL pertains to characteristics beyond those the 220SMA requests when an applicant applies for coordination. This form has been developed so Trustees of repeaters coordinated by the 220SMA may supply data on these characteristics in order that they may be included in the Repeater Directory submittal.
This form MAY NOT be used to request or obtain a change in coordination status or to report an operational change to a coordinated repeater. Changes of this nature require the completion and submittal of the standard Request for Coordination (RFC) Form. An electronic version of the RFC is available on the Forms Page of the main Website.
If your entry in the 2015-2016 ARRL Repeater Directory is correct, there is no need to proceed any further and you may return to the 220SMA Website. If you would like to submit new information, or the information shown in the Repeater Directory needs to be changed, then I recommend you complete the following form and submit it for consideration.
PLEASE NOTE: Effective with the 2016-2017 ARRL Repeater Directory, the ARRL will no longer list Repeaters coordinated as CLOSED or PRIVATE. This also applies to their electronic repeater data products. The 220SMA has no control over this change. Trustees of CLOSED or PRIVATE repeaters may submit supplemental data on this form and it will be added to the 220SMA coordination records, but it will no appear in the Repeater Directory.
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Jim Fortney, K6IYK