Amateur Radio Repeater - Repeater Coordination

Repeater Coordination

Having two repeaters operate on the same radio frequency is problematic, as they can interfere with each other, even with selective calling methods enabled. To help minimize this issue, regional repeater coordination organizations have been created. In some jurisdictions, coordination may be required by law or regulation. In others, coordination is done on a voluntary basis, but with a regulatory preference for coordinated repeaters.

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