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SLVRC Technical Information Report

Frequency coordinations are renewable at the end of October each year on receipt of this information. This form may be used to file an annual report, to report proposed modifications to your existing system including Internet linking,  or to request a new frequency coordination.  It is important for you to provide all information requested that is pertinent to your report, otherwise your submission can not be processed.

Important: Annual reports were due for all systems by the end of October 2012.  Quite a number of systems have not filed a full report for years.  Please review the SLVRC policy about what is required to maintain the 'Coordinated' status of your system.

If (and only if) a full Tech Information Report was filed for your system in 2012  and no technical or administrative changes have been made since, you may report for 2013 using the short form Tech Info Report.  Link to short form.

Note:  For new frequency coordinations for repeaters in the 144 and 440 MHz bands the use of a (the same) subaudible tone (CTCSS) on both the input and output is mandatory.  On other bands the use of a subaudible tone is strongly recommended.  In the event of interference between two systems on any band the implementation of subaudible tones (in and out) will be required for the systems to retain coordinated status.  This policy was approved in November 2005.  See below in Section 4, Site and System Information - System Access and Reset.

We suggest that you print a copy of your report after you fill in the form and before you hit the 'Send the Information' button.  In this way, you will have a record of the information that you have sent to the Council.

Person filing this report (Name):
Your Callsign:
Your Email address:
Date of Filing:

1. Purpose of this report:

Annual Report New Coordination Request
Proposed Modification If for new system, indicate band(s) preferred:  MHz

2. Please describe the Functions  of the System:

Indicate all functions of the system, such as FM Voice Repeater,
Digital Repeater, Digital Simplex, Link, Beacon, ATV, APRS, Other (describe)

3. System Identification:

System Callsign (if assigned):
System Date of Operation:PlannedSince  YYMM

Licencee Information:
Licencee Callsign:
Licencee Address:
Email Address:
Telephone - Home:
Telephone - Work:
Telephone - FAX:

Sponsor Information:
Organization Name:
Organization WWW URL:
System Sponsor Name (Officer):
Sponsor Callsign:
Sponsor Address:
Email Address:
Telephone - Home:
Telephone - Work:
Telephone - FAX:

4. Site and System  Information:

Nearest City/Town:
Province/State: ON   NY   QC
Site Latitude North: DD MM SS
Site Longitude West: DD MM SS
Maidenhead Grid (if known): ( 6 digits )
Ground Elevation: Meters Above Sea Level
Will you permit the Council to release the (six digit) Maidenhead Grid location of your system to the public (e.g. on a map) ? YES        NO

Frequencies and Functions:
For an existing or modified system, report ALL frequencies in use at the site, and indicate Receiving (R) or Transmitting (T), and function(s) of each (e.g. Voice repeater, Link, etc.). For a new or modified system, report functions planned or modifications to be made, including IRLP. 
 If the system is active on IRLP, report its Node Identification Number.

Is the system Linked to remote receivers or other repeater systems? If so, specify location(s) and station(s) linked to.

The system is not linked   Link is Continuous   or Controlled On/Off 

Method of Linking:
If linked by radio, frequencies are to be indicated above under Frequencies and Functions.

Link Control Codes:   Link -   and Unlink -

Antennas and Power Levels:
For each Transmitting antenna, identify the frequency and report antenna type, gain (dbi), polarization (V, H, circular R, circular L, etc.), main lobe(s) azimuth OR omnidirectional, height above ground (M), and power (watts) at the antenna.


System Access and Reset:

Is the System open to all ?  Yes    No

For new coordinations in the 144 and 440 MHz bands, or in the event of interference between two systems in any band, a (the same) subaudible tone is required on the system input and output.  LINK HERE for the specific tone frequency to be applied in your area.  Return to this page with your Back Button.

Subaudible Tone on Input:    Hz

Subaudible Tone on Output:  Hz

Other access method ? (e.g. on receipt of carrier):

Timeout is reset on:  Carrier drop   Beep   Other

5. System Features:

Indicate all features of the system, using the following abbreviations:

o Open Repeater l Linked/Crossband Repeater
(c) Closed /Private repeater p Portable Operation
a Open Autopatch (pkt) Data Exchange capability
(ca) Closed Autopatch R RACES Affiliation
DS Dual Squelch A ARES Affiliation
e Emergency Power w Wide Area Coverage
e(sun) Solar Powered Wx Skywarn/Canwarn Weather Net
e(wind) Wind Powered exp Experimental
t ( ) CTCSS Tone (Hz) z 911 Autodial
RB Remote Base - -

System Features :- 
Please include other features not mentioned above,
such as LiTZ (Long Tone Zero support) etc.

Phone Patch codes:  Access - and Drop - 

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Thank you for completing this report.  Your report provides the information necessary for the SLVRC to establish or to confirm and maintain the coordination of frequencies. Your cooperation and effort is very much appreciated.

As the Saint Lawrence Valley Repeater Council maintains full cooperation with other coordination councils, information pertinent to frequency coordination activities may be provided to adjoining frequency coordination organizations.

Note:  When you press the Send button, your screen should show an Email message with your information in it, 
addressed to the Council executive, which you then send along to the SLVRC.  Thanks.

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