Welcome to the Southern Nevada Repeater Council! Frequency Coordinators are volunteers normally appointed by a coordinating body. The ARRL reports only the fact of coordination or non-coordination as instructed by the coordinating body. One of the functions of the council is to continuously devise plans and solutions to find a suitable frequency for an applicant. RACES operation is strictly controlled, and limited to official civil defense activity authorized by emergency management officials.
Amateur radio came into being after radio waves proved to exist by Heinrich Rudolf Hertz in were adapted into a communication system in the s by the Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi.
The ARRL reports only the fact of coordination or non-coordination as instructed by the coordinating body. Skip to Main Content. Amateurs operating in RACES must be officially registered with the served civil defense organization. Amateur Frequency Coordinators [Note: ARRL's mission is based on five pillars: Frequency coordination is a way to minimize interference among stations while maximizing use of the limited radio spectrum available to the Amateur Radio Service by planning what specific frequency or frequencies a given station will operate on in a specific region. In the late 19th century there had been amateur wired telegraphers setting up their own interconnected telegraphic systems.