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 12/18/2013 Emergency Communications
ARES Procedures
Public Safety Technical Assistance Tools Web Site
Public Safety Technical Assistance Tools
Welcome to the Public Safety Technical Assistance Tools Website. Great resources.
 12/18/2013 Emergency Communications
ARES Procedures
adio 101: Operating Two-Way Radios Every Day and in Emergencies | Government Book Talk From the Gove
Radio 101: Operating Two-Way Radios Every Day and in Emergencies | Government Book Talk
From the Government Printing Office:
Two-way radio communication may seem like a thing of the past with smart phones and the availability of more advanced technology. However, with the recent frequency of natural disasters, storms, and other emergency situations, more attention is being paid to radios as a reliable form of communication and a possible back-up communication option, including amateur radio operators.
 7/2/2012 Emergency Communications
General Information
InciWeb - Incident Information System
InciWeb is an interagency all-risk incident information management system. The system was developed with two primary missions:

1 - Provide the public a single source of incident related information.
2 - Provide a standardized reporting tool for the Public Affairs community.

Disclaimer: Information posted on this website is for information purposes only. For official information, contact the Wildfire Agency in the local area.
 3/17/2011 Ham Radio
Emergency Communications
California Amateur Radio Linking Association (C.A.R.L.A.)
C.A.R.L.A. is a growing network of repeaters providing coverage across Northern & Central California and Western Nevada. It is intended to be used as a reliable communications resource during significant local, regional and wide area incidents, and is open to all licensed amateur radio operators. If you're new to C.A.R.L.A., please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with The System, and review the Usage Guidelines.
 3/2/2009 Yolo County
Emergency Communications
Emergency fire department incidents with live dispatch and fireground audio and fire photos and video from the scene. See and hear the action as it happens.
 9/30/2008 ARES Procedures
Emergency Communications
TracyARC Downloads
An excellent collection of downloadable documents and other files of interest to TracyARC members and guests. By David Coursey, N5FDL
 7/2/2008 ARES Procedures
Emergency Communications
JNOS, Amateur Radio and mobile IP email/BBS
JNOS is one of the derivations of a PC program for amateur radio known as NOS. NOS was designed to be a BBS (Bulletin Board System), running on your PC as a regular MS-DOS program, that could allow you and others to use and provide email and other services based on IP (Internet Protocol).
 3/8/2008 Emergency Communications Outpost Packet Message Manager Homepage
Outpost Packet Message Manager
 2/1/2008 Emergency Communications
Emergency Communications
RACES Resource Library
RACES Resource Library
- Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
- 2-Way Radio Fundamentals - Part 1 (PPT 687K)
- 2-Way Radio Fundamentals - Part 2 (PPT 1.9 MB)
- Portable Radio Fundamentals Part 1 (DOC 61K)
- Portable Radio Fundamentals Part 2 (DOC 78K)
 12/4/2007 Emergency Communications
Ham Radio
Washington County Oregon RACES/ARES D-STAR Information Page
Here is a wealth of information on Icom's D-STAR. This site has PDFs, videos, and more.

Link added with permission from: Washington County, OR ARES/RACES Team (http://www.washcoares.org).
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