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April 17, 2024 Yolo ARES meeting 7pm
ARES meeting April 17 7pm at the Yolo EOC. 120 W. Mail Street, Woodland    4/6/2024


Bruce Muramoto KN6SYF appointed Emergency Coordinator
Bruce Muramoto, KN6SYF, has been appointed Emergency Coordinator for Yolo County.

Bruce Muramoto KN6SYF
kn6syf@gmail.com    4/6/2024


Sending Messages using the Radiogram form
You can find information on how to pass messages using the ARRL Radiogram form and the ICS-213 form.

You can get a copy here:

You will notice it is very similar, but there are a few differences.
You might also review the "NTS guidlines Chapter 2 Sending Messages by Voice”
and the "NTS Cheat Sheet and ARRL Numbered Radiograms.pdf"
http://tinyurl.com/z44uyx2    11/7/2016


Do you or another ham have BAOFENG radio? If so, they might want to check out a step by step programming guide by Dennis KI6HHA.    10/25/2016


Real-Time Fire Map of Active Wildfires in the US
This map was developed for Oregon Live. The map is updated every 30 minutes.    8/24/2015


ARES Deployment and Assignment Form
The ARES Deployment and Assignment Form, helps ARES members gather and organize information they might need for deployment.    6/17/2015


A Great Net Control Tool

The MicroAMP HA400 allows the connection of headphones and an external speaker.

We used this supporting the Cache Creek Ridge Ride.    5/27/2013


Cache Creek Ridge Ride

Photos from the Cache Creek Ridge Ride. Yolo County ARES provided communications support for this 12 hour event. A big thank you to K6WLS, Ken; Gary,WA6TQJ; Wes, WS6Z; Katie, logger for Wes; Bryce, K7DWO; Daniel, KJ6LVS; Bill, K6KN; Rob, N6KIX; Chris, KJ6VKR; Zack, KG6VCQ; Rick, N6KLB; and Greg. KG6SJT. The event was a success for Yolo County ARES and our work was greatly appreciated by Ride Management and the riders. We will discuss what we learned and what we can do to improve at our next Meeting, May 15, 2012.    5/13/2012


50 ICS-213 Practice Messages from 2010
Need an example or an idea for a pactice ICS-213 message?
Yolo ARES members have been practicing message handling since August 2005. The link above will download a .zip file with 50 messages that we have given on our net during 2010.    12/20/2010

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