This page is a collection of documents relating to the science of coordination, many or which FASMA has crafted their coordination policy from.
Spectrum Management in Florida – The basis of spectrum FASMA coordination policy. This is a PDF presentation explaining the purpose and maths of coordination in an easy to understand format. FASMA is always willing to present this at conventions and gatherings for the amateur community.
Itinerant Repeater Policy – FASMA’s policy for backyard or itinerant UHF repeaters. If your system is under 15 meters or 50 feet AGL, this may be for you.
Band Plans – Florida band plans showing all repeater channels and bandwidths.
FASMA Coordination Workflow – Coordinator document for working through a coordination and modeling it. This is provided for reference only.
FASMA Coordination Form – Coordination Form for FASMA as of Spring 2020 version 1.04
TSB-88-B – Wireless Communications Systems – Performance in Noise and Interference – Limited Situations – Recommended Methods for Technology – Independent Modeling, Simulation, and Verifications
TSB-88-B-1 – Wireless Communications System – Performance In Noise And Interference – Limited Situations Recommended Methods for Technology – Independent Modeling, Simulation, And Verification
TSB-88.1-D – Wireless Communications Systems Performance in Noise and Interference-Limited Situations Part 1- Recommended Methods for Technology Independent Performance Modeling – Includes Access to Additional Content
TSB-88.1-D-1 – WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS PERFORMANCE IN NOISE AND INTERFERENCE-LIMITED SITUATIONS Part 1 – Recommended Methods for Technology Independent Performance Modeling
TSB-88.2-E – Wireless Communications Systems Performance in Noise and Interference Limited Situations Part 2- Propagation and Noise
TSB-88.3-D – WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS PERFORMANCE IN NOISE AND INTERFERENCE-LIMITED SITUATIONS Part 3 – Recommended Methods for Technology Independent Performance Verification
TSB-88.3-D-1 – WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS PERFORMANCE IN NOISE AND INTERFERENCE LIMITED SITUATIONS Part 3 – Methods for Performance -Broadband-to-Narrowband Interface
TSB-88.4 – Wireless Communications Systems Performance in Noise and Interference Limited Situations Part 4- Recommended Methods for Technology- Independent Broadband Performance Modeling
TSB-88.5 – Wireless Communications Systems Performance in Noise and Interference Limited Situations Part 5- Recommended Methods for Technology- Independent Broadband Performance Verification
TIA-603-E – Land Mobile Communications Equipment Measurement and Performance Standards
Report No. R-6602 – Development of VHF and UHF Propagation Curves for TV and FM Broadcasting
OST Tech Memo TM82-5 – Guidance For Evaluating the Potential for Interference to TV From Stations of Inland Waterways Communications Systems
Report No. R-6406 – Technical Factors Affecting the Assignment Of Facilities In the Domestic Public Land Mobile Radio Service
Note from the Land Mobile Communications Council to the FCC regarding adjacent channel contours for wide to narrow band users
Note from the Land Mobile Communications Council to the FCC regarding Digital vs Analog Frequency Coordination Best Practices
Note from the Land Mobile Communications Council to the FCC regarding Coordination of Exclusive Use Channels
Note from the Land Mobile Communications Council to the FCC regarding TSB-88 Studies for 4 kHz Occupied Bandwidth
FCC HAAT Calculator FASMA doesn’t ask for HAAT on any applications, but you may wish to calculate it
Comparison of Radio Propagation Modeling Software – Comparing various tools vs the real ITM model.
Links to other sites
Softwright has a great page on dBu to dBm and more.
MetroCor technical standards for coordination
Missouri repeater council coordination guidelines
Texas VHF Society standards for coordination
Alabama has two bodies doing coordination
Alabama Repeater Council has been in business since 1986 and handles the entire state and have listed their Coordination Policy
Alabama AFCARS is newer and coordinates dozens of repeaters in a regional area. Their Coordination policy
Area Repeater Coordination Council of Eastern PA and Southern NJ Policies
Western PA Repeater Council policies
Northern California Repeater Council policies
Southern California Repeater policies
Colorado Council policies
Mid-Atlantic Repeater Council coordination policies
New England Spectrum Council policies
Michigan Repeater Council standards
Connecticut Spectrum management standards
Illinois Repeater association policies
Indiana Repeater Council policies
Minnesota Repeater Council Technical Standards a very good document
New Mexico Frequency coordination committee policies
Upper NY Council coordination process
Oklahoma Repeater Society coordination policies