Welcome to Repeater Coordination for the State of Georgia. Our goal is to approach the coordination of repeaters throughout Georgia in a professional manner and to represent SERA’s guidelines regarding all inquiries and requests in a timely manner. Frequency coordination is not an easy task, especially when you are trying to coordinate a repeater in a heavily populated area. SERA has a set of guidelines it uses, which we call our Coordination Policy and Guidelines . Once you complete the on-line request and submit it, the coordination request is immediately forwarded to a Georgia Coordinator. The information you supply is put into the coordination software program which queries the existing database of repeaters to see if the frequency pair you have requested is available for your location. If that frequency is not available, efforts will be made to search for any available frequency so that SERA may coordinate a repeater for you. If a repeater will coordinate (according to our coordination policy and guidelines) at your proposed location, SERA will coordinate it “it plain and simple.” If a pair is available at your location the total process from the time you send submit your request until you are issued your official coordination will be just a few days. However, if we have to coordinate with non SERA adjacent states it will depend on how quickly they respond.
We encourage your membership in SERA. You now may join on-line, by using your credit card, at www.sera.org If you have any questions or comments about Georgia SERA matters, please feel free to contact us or firstname.lastname@example.org
State Director & Vice Director – Your Frequency Coordinators
GA State Director
David Benoist, AG4ZR
190 Fox Hall Crossing
East Senoia, GA 30276
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