Stanislaus County Amateur Radio Emergency Service

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Stanislaus County Amateur Radio Emergency Service

 

The Stanislaus County Amateur Radio Emergency Service is composed of FCC licensed Amateur Radio operators who have voluntarily registered their capabilities and equipment for public service communications duty under Federal regulations, Amateur Radio public service communications are furnished without any compensation of any kind. ARES® personnel are prepared to respond during emergencies by a continual training program, and by maintaining their radio equipment and other response items in excellent condition. The team consists only of those who want to help, and who are dedicated to staying prepared to render radio-communications assistance during emergency conditions.


ARES® operates under the authority of the Stanislaus County Office of Emergency Services (OES), and the Stanislaus County Assistant Director for OES. ARES® is organized under the auspices of the American Radio Relay League, the San Joaquin Valley Section Manager, and the San Joaquin Valley Section District Emergency Coordinator.


Operational control is under the county OES.


Weekly ARES Net

Weekly Meetings

Wednesdays at 7:30pm on the S.A.R.A. repeater: 145.390 - PL 136.5

Net Control Documents

 

ARES® Net Script - Updated 01/01/2016

ARES® Net Roster - Net control operators: Please email completed net roster to netreport@stanares.org

StanARES Calendar

Ham Cram Information

Overland Bound

When and Where?

December 8, 2018

3705 Oakdale Road, Modesto, CA

Registration opens at 7:45 and the test session begins promptly at 8:30AM

Test begins at 4:00 PM

Please bring the following:

• A valid identification,  preferably CDL

• Cash or check for $25 Ham Cram,  check preferred.

• If you are upgrading your license,  please bring a copy of your current license as well as the ORIGINAL.


Sign Up - Class full, Registration Closed

Please send the following information to hamcram@stanares.org

Full name

Address

Phone

Call Sign if you have one

If you're interested in the all day Cram or Test only?

Any other comments

ARRL Introduction to Emergency Communications Course

Here is the web site for the no cost ARRL Introduction to Emergency Communications Course (EC-001).


Go to www.ircares.org This is the web site for the Indian River County ARES.  Once you are on the web site click on the training and reference tab.  Then click on the ARRL Introduction to Emergency Communications (EC-001) tab.  That will take you to the course information.


Once you complete the on line study you can arrange with Stanislaus ARES to take the ARRL test.

KG6AZZ Packet Program

Here is the link to the packet program we currently are using courtesy of Patrick, KG6AZZ.

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