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|4/24/2004||NTS radiograms||ARRL Radiogram form
An Acrobat PDF with two blank radiogram forms per page.
|4/24/2004||NTS radiograms||ARRL Numbered Radiograms
ARRLWeb: FSD-3. Reference for ARRL numbered radiograms
|4/24/2004||NTS radiograms||ARRL Form FSD-218
The complete reference for NTS messages.
|4/24/2004||NTS radiograms||NTS Message Generator
When this web form is filled out and submitted, it will return the data you entered to your browser in a form suitable for printing and prepared for transmission by packet radio or phone.There is some rudimentary error trapping.
|4/14/2004||Ham Radio||ARRLWeb: Ham Radio for Dummies Now Available
NEWINGTON CT, Apr 13, 2004--Thought the For Dummies series of how-to guides was only aimed at computer users? The wide-ranging series now also covers Amateur Radio. Authored by QST Contributing Editor H. Ward Silver, N0AX, Ham Radio for Dummies hit both online and retail outlet bookstores April 12.
A Weekly Bulletin for ARES and other EMCOMM Operators and Public Safety Officials in "the west". ..and beyond.
|3/25/2004||Ham Radio||Good Amateur Radio Practices
Don Snodgrass, K4QKY, of Murray, Kentucky, believes that being a good "Elmer" (Amateur Radio mentor) involves much more than assisting someone to pass the license examination. A supporter of the ARRL's recent Petition for Rule Making > to the FCC, Snodgrass says he's eager to do his part to welcome new operators to the HF bands when the time comes. In the meantime, he's offering his recommended "Good Operating Practices"
|3/15/2004||Ham Radio||Mike's 2-Way Radio Shop
Mike's 2-Way Radio Shop is located in Elk Grove, CA, just outside of Sacramento. We carry a full line of radio equipment, plus offer radio repair and restoration, custom mobile transceiver installations, mobile antenna tuning, kit building and a whole lot more.
9580 Arcada Court
Elk Grove, CA 95624
|3/10/2004||ARES/RACES Groups||SF ACS
San Francisco Auxiliary Communications Service web site.
|National Incident Management System
NIMS embodies the "best management practices" of the existing Incident Command System, and standardizes a nationwide approach for Federal, state and local governments to work together effectively, enabling a national policy for a single all-disciplines, all-hazards plan. The Department of Homeland Security requires adoption of NIMS as a condition for receiving Federal Preparedness Assistance Grants beginning in 2005. Acrobat PDF File