Documentation

Hendricks County ARES Emergency Plan

The purpose of this plan is to provide a written guide containing the minimum information that would be needed in an emergency. Each emergency is different and the flexibility to provide an adequate response to each is a necessity.

Hendricks County Emergency Districts

This map reflects the 10 districts and show the appropriate counties for each district.

Programmed Radio Frequency List

This two page document lists the VHF & UHF Programmed Radio Frequencies and Descriptions, with the Hendricks County frequencies highlighted for quick reference.

COMMUNICATIONS RESOURCE AVAILABILITY WORKSHEET

This spreadsheet in PDF Format provides a listing of communication resources in both the VHF and UHF spectrums.

Documents

Articles & Video Tutorials.

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Part 97 – Amateur Radio Service

The Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR) is a regularly updated, editorial compilation of C.F.R. material and Federal Register amendments produced by the National Archives and Records Administration’s Office of the Federal Register (OFR) and the Government Printing Office.

For the most updated Part 97 content, please visit: www.ecfr.gov

FCC Data Lookup (ULS)

Applicants are strongly encouraged to provide an email address on their registration application(s), which will trigger the electronic issuance of an official copy of their registration(s) to the email provided upon application grant.

Per the timing specified in Rulemaking FCC 20-126, the FCC will no longer print, and Registrants will no longer be able to request, hard copy registrations sent by mail.

https://www.fcc.gov/wireless/universal-licensing-system?job=home

FEMA NIMS Courses

NIMS 2017 Learning Materials: This content is to provide information to emergency management practitioners on the key changes contained in the new NIMS 2017 document. Content is available at: https://training.fema.gov/nims/docs/NIMS.2017.Instructor Student Learning Materials.pdf

HAM GENERAL INFO & ARRL PUBLICATIONS

List of Abbreviations found in ARRL Publications

Public Service Communications Manual

ARRL Indiana Section November 2014 Newsletter

HCARES ARTICLE ON PAGE 4

Amateur Radio Emergency Communactions Course
First Level Training

Antennas and Projects Handbook

QRP – Best Projects from QST and the ARRL Handbook

Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Guidebook – Part 1

Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Guidebook – part 2

Spread Spectrum Source Book

ANTENNA CONSTRUCTION, BOOMS AND HEADPHONES

Multi-Element Low Band Vertical Antenna Arrays

Novice 4 Band Vertical Antenna ( BUILD IT YOURSELF )

NVIS Antenna*

NVIS Antenna Design from DX Engineering

NVIS Antennas for Emergencies

NVIS Antenna for Limited Space

* NVIS Antennas (Near Vertical Incident Skywave) antennas 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, which is very important for Emergency Communications.

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

Computer PSK Soundcard Interface Handbook

Digital Mode Band Plan

Packet Handbook for Beginners

Disabling Yaesu WIRES function on HTs

Disabling Yaesu WIRES function on Mobile rigs

VoIP and Amateur Radio

PREPAREDNESS & SURVIVAL

FM-4-25-11 First Aid Manual

General Disaster Kit List

Emergency Response Guide
(STANDARD HAZMAT REFERENCE)

RADIO & ELECTRONICS

Electro-magnetic Spectrum Chart

Navy Electronics Training Series
( MODULE 2 )

Non-Ham Frequency List

SCRIPTS

HENDRICKS COUNTY 2 METER FM SIMPLEX NET

SCRIPT FOR HENDRICKS COUNTY AMATEUR RADIO EMERGENCY SERVICES

HARP Hospital Net Script

HISTORIC VOLUMES

THE RADIO AMATEUR’S HANDBOOK
(8TH EDITION – 6TH PRINT)
1940

THE RADIO AMATEUR’S HANDBOOK
(14TH EDITION – 1ST PRINT)
1936

THE RADIO AMATEUR’S HANDBOOK
(45TH EDITION – 1ST PRINT)
1968

THE HAM’ER NEWSLETTER

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2014

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Volume 3 – Issue 2
2014

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2014

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2014

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2015

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2015

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2015

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2015

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2016

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2016

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2016

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2016

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2017

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2017

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2017

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2017

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2018

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2018

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2018

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2018

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2019

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2019

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2019

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2019

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2014

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2014

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2015

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2016