Band Listings sorted by Frequency
Band Listings sorted by Location
Mapped Band Listings
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Arizona Repeater Owners Frequency Coordination Committee
Note: There are now listings for each band sorted by either location or frequency as well as a new MAP listing.
The FREQUENCY COORDINATION COMMITTEE of ARCA has assembled these repeater listings in an effort to facilitate the amicable sharing of scarce radio spectrum. This information is to be used for reference purposes only and does not in any manner indicate that the frequency coordinator has assigned any particular frequency to any particular user, nor can any coordinator bear any responsibility for the accuracy or currency of this listing. The listing is maintained to the best of the ability of the Coordination Committee but is dependent for its accuracy and currency by the voluntary participation of the users. If any errors are noted, Please notify the coordinator of the band in writing so that corrections can be made.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED COOPERATION
Note: Not all coordinated frequencies are listed on this web page. There are many coordinated control
channels, point-to-point links and packet links that are NOT listed. DO NOT assume a frequency is vacant
if it is not listed. When operating simplex, especially above 222 MHz, please use the designated simplex
O = open
C = closed or private
A = autopatch
CA = closed autopatch
PL = Subaudible Tone Access
P = packet
E = emergency power
L = Linked to another radio or radios. File one application for each transmitter.
R = races or similar
RM = Remote Base
TV = television
LINK = A point to point link
Listings prefaced with a * are pending coordinations.