Southern California Repeater and Remote Base Association

 

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Welcome to the Southern California Repeater and Remote Base Association (SCRRBA) website!  We are a volunteer organization providing coordination of a number of heavily utilized amateur radio frequency bands in Southern California.  SCRRBA is a member of the National Frequency Coordinators' Council (NFCC).
 

Our Goal

To provide frequency coordination and achieve solutions to problems on the 29, 51, 420, 902, 1240MHz, and microwave frequency amateur bands in the Southern California area.  SCRRBA has provided frequency coordination of these activities since 1970.  We actively participate in the numerous Federal Communications Commission rule making proceedings pertinent to our activities.

SCRRBA maintains over 2,400 frequency coordination records.  These data represent the activities of approximately 600 relay type amateur radio systems constructed by our members.  Most of these systems operate on the UHF (420MHz) and higher amateur frequency bands.

 

Contact Information

 

There are several ways to contact us depending on your needs.  When requesting coordination for a new system, please see our forms elsewhere on this website and mail all the necessary documents to our P.O. Box (shown below).  To check status on your filings, or for questions regarding a specific coordination, several email addresses are provided below.  If you would like to update your contact information (new mailing address, email address, phone number, etc.) contact our administrative office using the email address below.

Postal Address
 
Southern California Repeater and Remote Base Association

P.O. Box 5067

Pasadena, CA.  91107-5067
 

Certified, registered, or delivery signature mail will not be accepted at our post office box.  If you need a special written delivery receipt, include a SASE/SASP (Self Addressed Stamped Postcard).  You may also email us after submitting paperwork to the post office box and ask for confirmation of receipt.  You may also file your paperwork solely by email (PDFs).

 
Electronic Mail
 
440-450MHz Questions: 20kHz AT scrrba.org
420-440MHz Questions: 420 AT scrrba.org
902-928MHz Questions: 902 AT scrrba.org
1240-1300MHz Questions: w6org AT arrl.net
Amateur Television Questions: w6org AT arrl.net
Administrative Issues: admin AT scrrba.org  (use 'system' or personal callsign in subject)
 

 

Last modified: October 19, 2013