Two new listings are now available for your review. The “Proposed Aux” and “Under Construction Aux” links will show the Location, Region and Callsigns of the Aux frequencies being coordinated. Specific details as to a frequency have been hidden, however the list is being made available so applicants can see the status of their requests. Check back here often if you’re submitted a coordination request for status updates.
Many of you have seen and used the revised Coordination Forms. However, there have been a few issues… so please, download the “How To Instructions” document. No one likes to read, much less actually use instructions. But in the spirit of trying to help you, please help us!
What is the status of your coordination request? Who in the state is putting up a new system? Now you can get up to date information by simply clicking on the “Proposed and Under Construction” links. These HTML files get updated each time the listings have been revised. Check them out!
CHIRP is a free, open-source tool for programming your amateur radio. It supports a large number of manufacturers and models, as well as provides a way to interface with multiple data sources and formats. Check out the link to this free software and download the .csv file.
The listings data has been updated. Check out the latest data to find out more.