- AUXCOMM Nets
- ICS 214 Incident Activity Tracking Log
- ICS review
- Mandatory NIMS Training
- Standardized Phonetic Alphabet
- Standardized Prowords
- ICS-213 Message Handling
- AUXCOMM Power Connector
- Basic Radio Procedures for Activations
- Activation Levels
- State EOC Emergency Operations Plan
- Emergency Communications Declarations
- Go Kit
As you know the bad weather is coming at us with the possibility of snow and ice. The ICE has the potential to cause power and communications outtages. To prepare for the possibility of the outages, we have been requested to staff the AUXCOMM position at the Wake County EOC starting at 3pm local time tomorrow, Wednesday 12 FEB.
I do not have all the details at this time, but need to know your availability to staff the Wake County EOC. Please rely to me directly with your availability and a primary / secondary phone number to contact you back with details on shift assignments.
Make sure your generators are fueled and tested before tomorrow.
Thank you for your support in this time of need.
Frank Frank Pleshe N3FRP
Wake County AUXCOMM Coorinator
The AUXFOG manual has now been posted.
The FLDIGI team has published a new manual that is easier to read
and provides additional details on setup and configuration.
There is both a PDF file for download/print located here:
and also an online HTML version located here:
I was impressed with the changes and think that you will benefit
by taking a few minutes to look at them and bookmark them for future
Training slides from Ryan N7RYN : N7RYN FLDIGI-FLMSG
DOWNLOAD page: http://www.w1hkj.com/download.html
Link to youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ3OXL8hrgQ
Another configuration video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cAl3e0No70
We will participate in the SET on 14 DECEMBER.
Steve K4WEB gave an outstanding GO BAG presentation this past weekend at the Shelby Hamfest.
You can find the presentation and a spreadsheet containing the materials list on the AUXCOMM.US
GREAT JOB Steve, and thank you for sharing the information!!!
A new group has been setup to unify the efforts of HAM’s in North Carolina and their participation in Public Service events.
The first on air net will begin this Wednesday at 7:30 pm.
Here is the latest net information from John AI4RT:
If you need repeater information:
Here are the repeaters we will be using:
441.725 (+)(100) – Raleigh Hub
443.450 (+)(100 – Cane Mt./Snow Camp
444.325 (+)(100) – Holly Springs
444.375 (+)(100 – Henderson
444.550 (+)(100 – Coats
444.775 (+)(100) – Cary
444.875 (+)(100 – Wendell
145.330 (-)(100) – Goldsboro
We hope to also add a Durham repeater in the near future.
We will be meeting this Saturday the 13th @8am (I know….) to conduct a training session
on Cross Band repeating, common channel/frequency configurations with our HT’s and a after
action review of the Harris exercise on April 30th.
The location is open field area at Lake Crabtree at the first parking lot, (indicated by HERE on the map).
GOOGLE MAP: http://goo.gl/maps/ZSNOi
My plan is to bring a pop-up shelter and a few folding tables along with required gear to conduct the training.
I would also suggest that you start familiarizing yourself with the FREEWARE program called CHIRP. http://chirp.danplanet.com/projects/chirp/wiki/Home Going forward, we will have a common set of channels as defined by our Wake County ICS-217a which will be discussed during our training session.
Things to bring:
1. Folding chair
2. Your HT (programming cable / software / laptop / documentation(nifty guide)) – battery charged
3. Your current repeater list
4. Something to take notes
Coffee and doughnuts will be served.
I hope to see you this Saturday.
Wake County, N.C.