Ron Burke, KB9DJA
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mergency Cooridnator
Hendricks County ARES

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Radio Nets

ARES Net is held every Tuesday at 7:30pm on 147.015 MHz

Note: Weak signals can get into the repeater better when transmitting a 123.0 Hz tone. However, a tone is NOT required.


RACES and SkyWarn Nets are called as needed on 147.165 MHz (+shift)

Hospital Radio Nets are held 3rd Saturday of the month on 147.570 MHz simplex starting at 10:30am.  All Hams are invited to participate.


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REVISED 01-20-2017

ALL FILES ARE PDFs, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED BELOW


Comm Resource Worksheet   ( ICS-217 for RACES )   
Hendricks County ARES Emergency Plan
   ( VERSION 9 )  
Indiana ARES District Map     JPG
Indiana ARES Emergency Plan   
November Newsletter FROM ARRL IND SECT MGR  ( HCARES IS MENTIONED IN ARTICLE )
Installing PowerPole Connectors   ( ARES  STANDARD CONNECTORS )
Programmed Radio Frequency List     ( VERSION 1.24 )
Simplex Net Script   ( REVISED 02/28/2014 )
Weekly 2-meter Net Script   
( REVISED 01/28/2016 )


The Ham'er Newsletter 2017 :
  
JAN--FEB--MAR_2017


The Ham'er Newsletter 2016 :
     JAN--FEB--MAR_2016 
     APR--MAY--JUN_2016
     JUL--AUG--SEP_2016
     OCT--NOV--DEC_2016
     FIELD DAY 2016 -
Special Edition  



The Ham'er Newsletter
 2015 :     
     JAN--FEB--MAR_2015 
     APR--MAY--JUN_2015
     JUL--AUG--SEP_2015
     OCT--NOV--DEC_2015
     FIELD DAY 2015 -
Special Edition 
   
 

The Ham'er Newsletter 2014 :
    JAN--FEB--MAR_2014
      APR--MAY--JUN_2014
      JUL--AUG--SEP_2014

      OCT--NOV--DEC_2014
      SKYWARN 2014 - Special Edition
      FIELD DAY 2014 - Special Edition
                                                                                        


 

ARRL Publications

1936 Radio Amateur's Handbook    ( THE WAY IT WAS )
Amateur Radio Emergency Communactions Course  §
Antennas and Projects Handbook  §
ARRL Publications Abbreviations List
Choosing A Ham Radio
Public Service Communications Manual
QRP - Best Projects from QST and the ARRL Handbook  §  
Quickstart Guide for All Hams
Spread Spectrum Source Book   § 
November Newsletter from AARL Indiana Section Manager   
           ( SEE PAGES 4-6 FOR HC ARES S.E.T. STORY )

§ = ACTIVE MEMBERS ONLY  



Antenna Construction

Multi-Element Low Band Vertical Antenna Arrays
Novice 4 Band Vertical Antenna     ( BUILD IT YOURSELF )


NVIS* Antennas (Near Vertical Incident Skywave)
 
NVIS Antenna  
NVIS Antenna Design from DX Engineering  
NVIS Antennas for Emergencies  
NVIS Antenna for Limited Space  

* This type of antenna usually limits your signal to a distance of under 500 miles.  This is how we communicate with hams in Indiana - instead of around around the country or world - - - VERY important for Emergency Communications.



Construction - General

Cheap Yagi for HDTV
Microphone Connections Reference  
PC Boom Headset for Yaesu FT-8xx Radios



Electrical Safety

Electrical Safety Workbook
Practical Guide To Electrical Grounding
Amateur Radio Station Grounding



Operating

APRS Tutorial :  Part 1    Part 2    Part 3 
Computer PSK Soundcard Interface Handbook
Digital Mode Band Plan
Disabling Yaesu WIRES function on HTs  
Disabling Yaesu WIRES function on Mobile rigs  

Packet Handbook for Beginners
VoIP and Amateur Radio



Radio & Electronics

Electro-magnetic Spectrum Chart  
Navy Electronics Training Series
     ( MODULE 2 )
Non-Ham Frequency List

Radio Shack Catalog Archive   HTML LINK   ( A LOOK AT THE PAST )
Technical Handbook of HF Monitoring


FM-4-25-11 First Aid Manual
General Disaster Kit List
Emergency Response Guide   (STANDARD HAZMAT REFERENCE)  


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