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147.225 Cheyenne moved to Mayfield

The 147.225 N0GB repeater that was coordinated for Cheyenne in Roger Mills County is now on the air from a site near Mayfield in Beckham County, close to the border of Oklahoma with the Texas Panhandle. The trustee, Guy Baker, now has a new call sign W5LWV. A PL tone of 114.8 Hz is required to key the machine and it is open to all radio amateurs. We calculated the HAAT of the repeater to be about 120 ft. It should provide good coverage to Beckham county.

443.25 machine in Mayes county was De-Coordinated

There is no evidence that this repeater is on the air. We are unable to contact the trustee by email, or U. S. Mail. No one has came forward to claim the machine, give us any contact info on the trustee, or state any objection to us de-listing this repeater. Therefore the coordination is dropped.

Merlin Griffin WB5OSM
vice-president and Frequency Coordinator
Oklahoma Repeater Society inc.

Two Tulsa VHF Machines Moving

Tulsa Amateur Radio Club applied and received approval to move their 145.110 W5IAS machine from downtown Tulsa to a more user friendly site in Southwest Tulsa, they also are moving their 147.045 repeater from Tulsa to Mannford in Creek County, where it will be co-located with their 442.000 repeater. Research of the database by the frequency coordinator showed the move of 145.11 to be a minor change and not cause any problems with any other coordinated repeaters on or near the channel.

Efforts to update Oklahoma Repeater Database are ongoing

Repeater Trustees or contact persons, If you recently received an update request packet in the mail or email, please respond to it asap. Even if you received it by hard copy, you may respond by electronic means. ORSI officers, this includes you. Still awaiting responses from KS5B, K5GUD, and WK5Y. I've heard from N5KNU, W5RAB, and WA5A thanks.

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Frequency Coordination Guidelines


These coordination guidelines were developed to provide an efficient and consistent method of providing coordination services to amateur operators in the State of Oklahoma. These guidelines were developed by the Frequency Oversight Committee (FOC) of the Oklahoma Repeater Society, Inc. and are intended to provide direction for the State Frequency Coordinator. These guidelines take effect upon approval of the Frequency Oversight Committee and remain in effect until such time as they are superceded by a future FOC.

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