From Thia Bell KJ7CNH, a tutorial not directly related to EmComm, but a necessary skill for anyone doing emergency response. Thia also recommends checking out three related apps:
Mike Barger W7TGI did a presentation about AREDN networking at the NorthEast Eugene Hams meeting Saturday, January 8, 2022.
Here is a link to the Willamette Valley Mesh Network website, referenced in the presentation on AREDN networks on Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by Brett Popovich KG7GDB.
Scott Rosenfeld, N7JI, who has been so helpful to so many Eugene Hams, was recently presented with an Elmer award for his work helping out Olin Beall II of Corvallis. Scott calls it “one of my proudest achievements in radio!”. Well deserved, and we’re sure many local recipients of Scott’s help agree!
On Tuesday, December 14, 2021 Andy Davis gave a presentation via a Zoom session to update local CERT volunteers and others involved in emergency preparedness an update on the current state of affairs. Here is that presentation.
Midland T60 series FRS/GMRS radios : channels 23 – 36.
These use FRS/GMRS channels 1-21, with pre-programmed CTCSS (PL ) and DCS tones.
Midland FRS/GMRS T-60 series Channels 23 – 36
CTCSS – DCS
Andy Davis, KJ7JDN, spent Saturday, October 23rd checking in with the exercise volunteers in the field and at Net Control stations around Eugene. These are some of the volunteers in the Northeast District.
Below is the Zoom debrief session which took place on the afternoon of the October 23, 2021 city-wide EmComm Exercise.
John Quetzalcoatl Murray posted an article on Saturday’s exercise on KEPW’s Eugene Community Newswire page. The article includes the video of the Safety briefing and an audio interview with Andy Davis KJ7JDN.