The ORRC may de-coordinate a system only for the following:
An unwillingness to make a good faith effort to control or reduce an interference problem
Failure to correct interference caused by operation outside of the systems coordination parameters or recognized band plans
Operation of a system in violation of FCC rules and regulations
Failure, in the absence of an extension, to commence or continue operation for a 6 month period
Failure to file yearly update forms for three (3) consecutive years
Failure to reply to official ORRC communications
Substantial deviation from the coordinated parameters of the system or good Amateur practices, provided:
The ORRC has on file an application for new or modified coordination which can be satisfied if the existing system were operating within coordinated parameters and good Amateur practices, and
No other frequencies are available in that band which will meet the needs of the application for new or modified coordination, and
The coordinated operator has not corrected the problem within 120 days after notification by the ORRC Board.
Knowingly providing inaccurate or misleading information to the ORRC.
De-coordination proceedings will be handled by the Board of Directors in the following manner.
When a complaint is brought before the Board, the Board shall cause to be created a record of all
actions, findings and deliberations relevant to the case. Further, the Board shall communicate in writing
with the owner in question and provide a two week period for reply. Said communication shall state the
reasons for the complaint and proposed actions if any.
If in response to the communications, the Board finds that (1) the conditions and cause of the complaint
will or have been corrected, or (2) the facts of the case do not warrant further action, then the Board
may dismiss the action. Otherwise, the Board shall set a hearing date, providing not less than 30 days’
notice. Notice of the time and place of the hearing shall be sent by certified mail.
No decoordinated coordination records could be located.