The purpose of the Society is

  • To render public service through Amateur Radio, and
  • To gather and disseminate information concerning Amateur radio operation especially in the frequency modulation mode and repeater operation, and
  • To coordinate efforts and establish standards in regard to repeater systems and associated functions, and
  • To associate with groups similarly constituted in order to broaden the scope and function of Amateur Radio as a service in the public interest, convenience or necessity, and
  • To encourage experimentation by the Society members in advanced techniques in the use of repeaters in order that the general technical excellence of repeater systems shall be improved, and
  • To provide a forum for discussion of spectrum utilization and the achievement of maximum compatibility between various users of the Amateur Radio Bands.

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.

ORSI ELECTS A NEW PRESIDENT KC5NID

Duane Henderson KC5NID of Mooreland from our NW District stepped up an agreed to serve as our president, replacing Scott Baker WA5A of Edmond who has served admirably for the last several years. Duane is former president of Tri-State Amateur Radio Group, and has served on various boards and committees. So he is no stranger to leadersip roles inside and outside of amateur radio. I am sure we will hear much more from him in the future. He is a close known associate of our NW District Officer Jay K5GUD, we won't hold that against him. Although I think Jay probably warned him.

Repeater Information Update Request

A general information change request for a single coordinated repeater record to be submitted by the trustee. Refer to coordination guidelines for more information. Your request will be sent to the coordinator, and a copy will be sent to your email address.

ORSI Membership Voted for Mandatory Updates of Frequency Coordination Every Three Years

The problem of "paper" repeaters plagues all frequency coordinators everywhere. We have reviewed the policies of most of the surrounding states. Some require annual renewal, but we decided to be more laid back like our sister society over with our great neighbors to the East, Arkansas. Where they call for triennial renewals. We are going to make this easier than ever. We will still send out update request forms where needed, but as our web-master WD5M announced, we will have a user-friendly on-line do it yourself update form.

KM5SB now on the air 145.17 in Soper Choctaw County

We received official and final clearance from the Texas VHF-FM Society to put this repeater on 145.17. So it is now fully operational with a 114.8 PL Tone. If you are in extreme Southern Oklahoma, or far North Texas, feel free to check it out.

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.

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