SLVRC Technical Information Report
are renewable at the end of October each year on receipt of this
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.
is important for you to provide all information requested
that is pertinent to your report, otherwise your submission can not be
Annual reports were due for all systems by the end of October 2012. Quite a number of systems have not
filed a full report , some for years. Please review the SLVRC policy about
what is required to maintain the 'Coordinated' status of your system.
Re Northern Ontario: The
SLVRC will submit information on systems in Northern Ontario for
publication in the ARRL Repeater Directory if sponsors/operators of these
systems submit current technical information on an annual basis.
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.
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 so that you will have a
record of the information that you have sent to the Council.