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|12/9/2003||Be Prepared- Fire||UCD Fire Department
To the most complete source of Emergency Communications (EMCOMM) information on the Internet.
|12/12/2003||Emergency Information||EMCOMMWEST Bulletins
|12/12/2003||Ham Radio||Amateur Radio And DX Reference Guide
WITH 700 AMATEUR RADIO TOPICS, 6,000 LINKS, 132 PAGES
|Pacific Area Traffice Nets
Listing of HF and VHF traffic nets in the western United States. Also contains a link to the ARRL Net Directory.
|ARES Boom Box
A portable communications center featuring a VHF/UHF radio, and a built-in 12.5 amp switching power supply that runs off 120 VAC. Box can also be powered from external DC. Enclosed 36 amp/hour, (2) 6 volt gel-cells, can power the unit at low (5 watts), intermediate (10 watts) or high power. Four voltage LED's provide battery status. A cooling fan with two speeds circulates air around hot components and exhausts at the rear. A 4 inch, front mounted speaker, can be switched off. Two top mounted jacks are provided for headphones or audio out for packet operation. Basic needs are stored in the top, such as pens, flashlight, spare fuses, adapters and the microphone.
|12/13/2003||ARES/RACES Groups||Ocean County ARES, Ocean County, New Jersey
OCEAN COUNTY AMATEUR RADIO EMERGENCY SERVICE OCEAN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
|ARRL and American Red Cross Memorandum of Understanding
Statement of understanding between the Amercan Radio Relay League, Inc. and the American National Red Cross.
|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.
|National Radio Emergency Network
National Radio Emergency Network (NREN) is designed to provide a 24-hour emergency communications capability for fixed, portable, or mobile stations. In particular, NREN is designed to facilitate quick and efficient message delivery at times when scheduled nets are not in session or when traffic must quickly flow outside the service area of a scheduled net, such as during an emergency operation.