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 3/18/2009 Yolo County
Callout Equipment
The California Health Alert Network (CAHAN) is the State of California’s web-based information and communications system available on a 24/7/365 basis for distribution of health alerts, dissemination of prevention guidelines, coordination of disease investigation efforts, preparedness planning, and other initiatives that strengthen state and local preparedness. CAHAN participants have the ability to receive alerts and notifications via alphanumeric pager, e-mail, fax, and phone (cellular and landline).
 9/30/2008 Callout Equipment
Emergency Equipment
TracyARC Downloads
KE7LHR Go Kits
This 40MB file is the most complete listing of "go-kit" items that I've ever seen. Lists contents for different kits for different purposes. (DOC)
 11/3/2007 Callout Equipment Gear Check List

 3/12/2006 Emergency Communications
Callout Equipment
ARRLWeb: Surfin': Boxing A Radio
Instead of thinking outside of the box, we think about how to get a radio inside the box.
Andy Palm, N1KSN, is a member of Winnebago County ARES/RACES in Wisconsin and an occasional net control station for public service events with the Fox Cities Amateur Radio Club in Appleton, WI. As a result of his public service radio activity, Andy decided to build a portable VHF station.
 12/21/2003 Disaster Preparedness
Callout Equipment
Make a kit. Make a plan. Be informed.
Dont' be afraid. Be ready.
 12/15/2003 Callout Equipment What is in Your 'Go' Kit?
A typical "go" kit should sustain a day of continuous operation and be easily supplemented for overnight or weekend trips.

The best kit for you may not fit a "canned" list, but should be based upon your operating mode, experience and local conditions. It is better to have the bare essentials always handy than to leave a bulky pack someplace where you can't get to it. A larger kit bag is more practical if you are almost always in or near your home or car.
 12/15/2003 Callout Equipment Emergency Go Bag
KC2IXE, a member of NYC ARES, carries some basic emergency gear with him ALL the time. He uses a 3 plus layer system.

The layers are:
Layer 1 - On my Person
Layer 2 - In my Backpack
Layer 3 - In the car/house, ready to go
 12/13/2003 Callout Equipment
Emergency Equipment
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.
 12/8/2003 Callout Equipment SCRL EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
Stanford Campus emergency callout kit details.
 12/8/2003 Callout Equipment Call Out Kits
Amateur Radio Emergency Service Call Out Kits from the Tulsa Repeater Organization.
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