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Date Category Description
 7/25/2005 Ham Radio
K7QO's CW Code Course
K7QO's Home Page
K7QO's Code Course and Books on Tape:
This is a new service that I am offering starting as of July 1, 2005. What I will do is put one book a month on CD in Morse code
 4/18/2005 Be Prepared- Flood
Disaster Preparedness
Are you prepared? Storm / Flooding
Winter rains can cause floods, landslides, uprooted trees, and downed or broken utility lines in almost any neighborhood. What to do...
 4/18/2005 Be Prepared- Fire
Disaster Preparedness
Are you prepared? Fire
If your smoke detector goes off or if there is a fire: What to do...
 4/18/2005 Be Prepared- Earthquake
Disaster Preparedness
Are you prepared? Earthquake
Know what to do when the shaking begins: DROP, COVER, & HOLD ON!
 4/18/2005 Emergency Information
Be Prepared- Earthquake
Are you prepared?
San FRancisco Emergency Planning resources
In a major disaster, it might be several days before vital services are restored.

San Francisco is exposed to a wide variety of hazards, both natural and man-made. Earthquakes, fires, severe storms, power outages, and acts of terrorism are just some of the potential emergencies we may encounter.
 1/12/2005 Ham Radio VE3HLS RF Noise Home Page
The RF Noise Identification Website
Identify the RFI that interferes with your reception
 10/22/2004 Emergency Communications Mountain Wave Emergency Communications
Volunteer, non-profit search and rescue (SAR) organization that incorporates amateur radio.
 9/12/2004 Training
Colo. ARES - Communication Guide
Communication Guidelines
The following is an extract of the Colorado Section ARES ECom training material.
 7/7/2004 Ham Radio Morse Code Lessons by Dave Simmons (KQ6RL)
Morse Code Tutorial

This is a simple morse code tutorial designed to get a basic proficiency of the code in a minimal amount of time.

It uses the Koch method, which sends the characters at a higher speed while adding delay between characters to bring the overall speed to a slower level. This is considered one of the best ways to learn, as the code is heard at the higher rates that are normally used.
 7/7/2004 Ham Radio AA9PW Morse Code Practice
AA9PW Morse Code Practice
Welcome to the morse practice page. This page is designed to help you learn and practice Morse Code. There are also other pages which cover the morse code itself and a few hints on how to approach learning the code
RSS Newsfeeds - copy the current headlines from a variety of online news sources including the BBC and the NY Times. There are 5 headlines per code group.
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