Southern California Intermountain Repeater Association
We listen for emergency and priority traffic during net operations. With the advent of cell phones, the Internet, satellite communications, and other high-tech systems, most emergency communications can be accommodated. However, experience has taught us that when we have earthquakes, floods, and other catastrophic events, those systems may fail. Amateur radio operators can provide emergency communications when this happens. To exchange signal reports As most amateur radio operators are aware, radio propagation changes from time-to-time often leaving certain amateur bands unusable.
We are a volunteer organization providing coordination of a number of heavily utilized amateur radio frequency bands in Southern California. To provide frequency coordination and achieve solutions to problems on the 29, 51, , , MHz, and microwave frequency amateur bands in the Southern California area. We actively participate in the numerous Federal Communications Commission rule making proceedings pertinent to our activities. These data represent the activities of approximately relay type amateur radio systems constructed by our members. We no longer accept coordination-related documents through the US mail and our post office box is now closed.