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ARES Procedures / Tools
ARRL
Public Service Communications Manual
This edition of the Public Service Communications Manual constitutes an overall source of basic information on the League's public service communications program.
ARES Procedures / Tools
Emergency Communications
A GUIDE FOR AUXILIARY AND EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS RESOURCES AND SUPPORT
Originally published in QST magazine December 2003 and January 2004
ARES Procedures / Tools MicroAmp HA400 Headphone Amplifier
A Great Net Control Tool. This allowed a net control station connect an external speaker and several pairs of headphones for net control and one for the logger. The volume of each device and be independently adjusted.
ARES Procedures / Tools
ARRL
The ARES Field Resources Manual
The ARES Field Resources Manual is a quick trainer and field resource guide for the emergency communicator.
Go Kits
Emergency Preparedness
Go Bag Ideas
Selected items from a well-worn Go Bag. Stephen A. Misel, K4WEB/NNN0BRI Presented at Shelby Hamfest August 31, 2013
Training Emergency Management Institute | Independent Study (IS) - NIMS Courses
FEMA Independent Study Program: IS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction. It is a on-line course.
ARES/RACES Groups
Training
Official Emergency Stations
Amateur Radio Emergency Service Official Emergency Stations
ARES/RACES Groups
Training
EC's Check List
The "ECs Check List". This list is a single source reference for those items you need to consider/use for every event or incident.
ANTENNAS NVIS: Near Vertical Incidence Skywave
NVIS, or Near Vertical Incidence Skywave, refers to a radio propagation mode which involves the use of antennas with a very high radiation angle, approaching or reaching 90 degrees (straight up),
ANTENNAS J-Pole Antennas for 2 Meters
Plans for building a 2 meter J-Pole Antenna
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