THE PAGES ON THIS SITE WERE LAST UPDATED ON OCTOBER 28, 1998 AND ARE BEING RETAINED IN THEIR ORIGINAL CONDITION FOR HISTORICAL PURPOSES. THE TOP SECTION BELOW WAS ADDED IN JANUARY 2017 TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ABOUT THE STATUS OF THE NFCC AND CURRENT AMATEUR RADIO COORDINATION ACTIVITIES.

NFCC Disolved
In 2014 the National Frequency Coordinators Council (NFCC) incorporation registration was allowed to expire. The organization had actually ceased to exist several years earlier when the executives stopped performing any of the necessary functions including maintaining membership information and conducting required elections.

It had been impossible to obtain cooperation between the member entities because there was no agreement on the purpose of the NFCC. The creation of an agreement with the ARRL without allowing any member participation was probably the real demise of the organization.
2017 Cooperation
The Amateur Radio Coordinators interested in working to support each other and promote Repeater Coordination now utilize a Yahoo Group at:

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/COORDINATOR/info

to facilitate group communications. This group reflector is open to all Recognized Coordination Entity Officers and Coordinators.

The NFCC link on the ARRL Website is obsolete

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The NFCC membership indicated in 1997 that they desired a Web Site be established where Council Activities could be publicized, and where the Nation's Amateur Radio Coordinators could have access to common interest information in electronic form. As of July 1998, an Official NFCC Web Site has yet to be established.

This Web Page is intended as a temporary location to help satisfy the stated needs until an Official NFCC Site is established. It is sponsored by Jim Fortney, K6IYK, and is not in any way connected with the 220SMA or any other organization with which he is affiliated.

The information presented here is correct to the best of our knowledge. If anyone believes that incorrect information is posted on this site, they are requested to inform us immediately so corrective action can be taken. We welcome any constructive criticism.


Page last revised on October 28, 1998