Repeater and Link Coordination Application  

Many factors go into coordinating a repeater or remote receive site.  The MRC attempts to coordinate every request, but that is not always possible.  Selecting a site just a short distance one way or the other can make a big difference in the coverage and the possibility of causing or receiving interference from other systems.   The application form gathers sufficient information about each system to allow the frequency coordinators to determine if a new or relocated repeater can co-exist with the infrastructure all ready in place.

Page one of the application provides the general information about the requestor and where the repeater will be located, while Page 2 lists the technical details of the proposed system.  Space is provided to request coordination for one or more remote sites and can be ignored if none are proposed.

The MRC web page does not save any user information added to the form.  Download the PDF Application Form and save it to your computer.  Fill out the form and re-save it to your computer.  The completed form can be printed and sent to the appropriate frequency coordinator or it can be attached to an email and sent electronically.

To make the application process as easy as possible, an editable PDF form is available by clicking here

When completed mail or email the form to:

State Frequency Coordinator
James Adkins, KBØNHX
180 Sackett Brand Rd
Clever, MO. 65631
Assistant Frequency Coordinator
St. Louis & NE (Regions B & C)
Dan Nichols, KBØCYL
107 Monticello Drive
Washington, MO. 63090
Assistant Frequency Coordinator
Kansas City & NW (Regions A & H)
Eric Cook, NØMIJ
PO Box 114
Turney, MO. 64493