Welcome to

SOUTHEASTERN REPEATER ASSOCIATION, INC. 2014

The SERA is the largest Amateur Radio Repeater Coordinating organization in the United States. We are delighted that you have stopped by. Whether you are looking for specific information or just surfing the web, we encourage you to browse through the information presented here. We hope that in some way this web site will be beneficial to you.

ITS TIME TO RENEW YOUR 2014 FULL OR ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP IN SERA.

Remember, Full Members receive two copies of the Repeater Journal. These are mailed to the full member and he or she can distribute the second copy as they see fit. Be sure to visit the Membership Section for Changes in the Repeater Journal distribution and expiration information.



On Line SERA Full and Associate Membership Renewal by Credit Card


The SERA UCS (Universal Coordination System) is now ON LINE

Click on the hyperlink above and you will be directed to our Frequency Coordination page. Then scroll down until you see the header shown here.

Our first steps will be to allow for you as a repeater owner/trustee to register for use on our system. Other steps will be forthcoming.Please feel free to revisit our site as we release other implemented increments to our system. If you are a repeater owner/trustee, please follow the link above to begin your registration. Membership in the SERA is NOT required, but your support is appreciated!

ALL Questions regarding the new SERA UCS are to be referred to John Crockett, W3KH, Project Manager at: w3kh@sera.org


The President's Message to SERA Members:

I welcome you to the SouthEastern Repeater Association (SERA) webite. SERA provides voluntary frequency coordination for amateur radio repeaters in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi. On this website you will be able to apply for a frequency pair for your repeater by using our new UCS system. As far as I know, we are the only frequency coordinating body to be 100% on line. We are now paperless. Our website also supplies band plans and points of contact for your state. SERA coordinators are trained and certified and they are fellow hams that volunteer their time to put something back into our hobby.

Other items of interest on the website are highlights of our quarterly publication, the SERA Repeater Journal, associate and full member applications, district information, and links to other coordinating bodies. Your membership dues can now be paid directly on our website by using your credit card. We do not charge for our services, however we do appreciate you supporting us by being a full or associate member.

Inquires regarding repeater projects or coordinations should go to your state representative; however, I welcome you to contact me if you feel a need to do so! Unfortunately we are not able to approve every request. This is due to our minimum distance requirements on same and adjacent frequencies. If you are the owner or trustee of a SERA coordinated repeater and have not registered in the new UCS System, it is VERY IMPORTANT that you do this.

Roger W. Gregory, W4RWG
SERA President
119 Royal Oak Drive
Union, South Carolina 29379-9710
Home 864-427-1462
w4rwg@sera.org

The SERA Board of Directors meets two times a year.
Read the Board Meeting Minutes Here.


Elected Officers:
- President - Roger Gregory, W4RWG
- Vice President - John Crockett, W3KH
- Secretary - Dr. Ron Johnson, WB4GWA
- Treasurer - John Davis, WB4QDX

Appointed Officials:
- Executive Committee Member (at Large) - Danny Hampton, K4ITL /and/ Technical Committee Chairman
- Membership Manager & Database Administrator - Mike Fariss, K4EZ
- FCC Liaison - Mike Fariss, K4EZ
- Repeater Journal Editor - Norman Schklar


SERA
P.O. Box 727
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
membership@sera.org

For documentation purposes we need your inquiries sent by e-Mail; however, if you have an urgent inquiry, our main contact number is: 888-HAM-SERA (888-426-7372). This is the only official internet web site approved by the SERA Board of Directors.


The SouthEastern Repeater Association, Inc.