Forms and Documents
All applications should be e-mailed to the address indicated on the form. The forms must be completed and submitted electronically; do not print, scan, or mail paper forms. You will receive confirmation that the form has been received within five business days.
Applicants for frequency coordination should read the FAQ prior to filing an application. There are many common mistakes that applicants make when first applying for coordination that can be avoided by reading the FAQ first. ARCC can assist you and answer questions prior to your submission only. Applications which are incomplete, flawed, or contain erroneous or misleading information, will be dismissed without action.
Recommended reading for everyone applying for frequency coordination.
ARCC is transitioning to all-electronic form submissions. Links to the PDF forms below have been disabled in the interim.
Repeater Coordination Form
Use this form to apply for coordination for a new repeater, or to apply to make changes to an existing repeater coordination. Certain changes may be requested informally by email - see the Administrative Updates section of the FAQ.
Auxiliary Link Coordination Form
Use this form to apply for coordination for a new repeater, or to apply to make changes to an existing repeater coordination. Certain changes may be requested informally by email - see the Administrative Updates section of the FAQ. Be advised that auxiliary links may not be operated on repeater frequencies, nor may repeaters be used as linking "hubs" in lieu of coordinated auxiliary link frequencies in authorized auxiliary link subbands. This includes ad hoc auxiliary links operating on repeater input or output frequencies from RoIP "nodes".
Membership forms may be sent, along with a check for annual dues by US mail to ARCC's mailing address. Or, the membership form may be submitted by email to the address indicated on the form, with the dues paid through Paypal via the Contact page accessible from the top menu. If paying with Paypal, be sure to note your name and callsign, and/or the callsign and name of the group you are making payment on behalf of if applicable.
In addition to all other policies, ARCC only issues new coordinations, and approves changes to existing coordinations, that are in compliance with the current bandplans.
Certain policies and procedures are applicable to narrowband (11.2 kHz or less occupied bandwidth) FM and digital operations which differ from standard wideband coordination policies. Applicants for narrowband repeaters and auxiliary link coordinations should read this document before completing submitting an application for coordination.