[chirp_users] Different channels

Ray Hutchinson rdhutch at pacbell.net
Tue Sep 4 14:11:35 PDT 2018


Marvin,
You asked, "Isn't there a ham organization that prevents this from occurring if the repeaters are close to each other?"
The simple answer, is Yes.  That's the function and purpose of the local area Frequency Coordinator or coordinating body.  If you need to find your area coordinator, google, and it will probably come up.  If not, check with a repeater owner, as they will know who or what body coordinates frequencies and repeaters in your area.
HTH, Ray, AE6H 

    On Tuesday, September 4, 2018 1:32 PM, Marvin Moss <mmoss at mindspring.com> wrote:
 

 <!--#yiv1788457858 DIV {margin:0px;}-->Tones can be used for different purposes on each repeater.However, my concern would be about 2 different repeaters 
on the same RF frequency but with 2 different tones.If ham A calls on one repeater with his tone and 
another ham B is on the second repeater with his tone,won't there be an interference problem?  Isn't there a ham organization 
that prevents this from occurring if the repeaters are close to each other?
Marvin W4UXJ
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