Amateur Radio Emergency Service

Amateur Radio Emergency Service
Official Emergency Stations

American Radio Relay League

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What is an Official Emergency Station (OES)?

Western Pennsylvania OES  OES Resources  Resources from AE3C
Section Emergency Plan
Western Pa Section Site
Western Pa RACES
Allegheny County ARES
Atlantic Division
Index: OES Coordination
Western Pa Section Map
Simulated Emergency Test

Links to Active OESs
Yahoo OES Group
AE3C Homepage

Links to Organizations
ARRL-ARES
ARRL-ARECC
ARRL-OES
RACES
RemComm, Inc.

PDF / MHT Resources
ARES-Related
OES Appointment
ARES Manual
Placard #3
Red Cross Form
Incident Command System
Public Service

Handling Traffic
Excellent Overview
Radiogram Form
Radiogram Modified
ARL Code Numbers
Message Precedence

RACES-Related

RACES Manual

Miscellaneous
ARRL Reference Sheet
ARRL Operating Aids

Weather-Related
Skywarn Spotter's Guide
About Weather Radio
Thunderstorms & Lightning
Net Control
* Generic NCS Script
*
Skywarn NCS Checklist


Homeland Security
* Interview: Secretary Ridge

In An Emergency
* What Do I Do First?
*
Emergency Station Setup
*
Proverbs 22
*
Emergency Placard
* Common Errors
*
EmComm Acronyms

EMI-FEMA Documents
* Family Disaster Plan
*
Children in a Disaster
*
CERT Training
*
Independent Study Materials



Operating Frequencies
* US Amateur Bands
*
HF Band Plan
*
VHF Band Plan
*
How to Tune for 60-Meters
*
QRP Frequencies
* Satellite Frequencies

Operating Aids
* Amateur's Code
*
Q-Signals
*
RST Signal Reports
*
Pro-Signs
*
Phonetic Alphabet
*
CW Abbreviations
*
International Callsigns


Weather Emergencies
* Weather Radio in Pennsa.
*
Hurricane on the Radio
*
Preparing for a Hurricane

Agencies
* Government Agencies
*
Non-Government Agencies
*
Situation Reporting Protocols

Contact
*
Contact AE3C
Articles
* A Hobby With a Duty:
Legalities of Emergency
Communications


Propagation
Ionospheric Propagation

Frequencies
* Amateur Bands
*
FRS / GMRS / MURS
*
How to Tune for 60-Meters
*
Television Audio
*
Marine VHF Band
*
Citizens Band

Antennas
* Emergency Antenna Deployment
*
NVIS Antenna System
*
Two-Meter Bamboo Yagi
*
Hilltopping on Two
*
Two Meter Slingshot
* What is a "Tiger-Tail?"

Operating Modes
* Packet Station Setup
*
Wi-Fi
*
ALE

Audio
* Carrier Injection Point


FT-817
* Modifying the 817 for 60-Meters
*
FT-817 Battery Usage
*
SoftJump

Go-Packs // Go-Kits
* Field Day // ARES Go-Kit
*
Information Desk
*
A Basic First Aid Kit

Remote/Field Operations
* Field Day
* Operating from Beijing, PR China


Long-Term Operations
* 48-Hours Straight
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