Clark County Amateur Radio Club. Net Control Station Information. Participant Guide.
Members are encouraged to use the net to test and maintain the communications capabilities of their equipment, as well as that of the field resources of their respective organizations and teams. Net rosters and the preamble may be downloaded from the link at the bottom of the page. All amateur radio operators interested in emergency communications are invited to check in.
Our link is near Victoria BC about 35 miles distant. We successfully set up a 5. Thanks to all who helped set things up.
Group Stream. The repeater is turned on during our Wednesday and Saturday evening nets, and produces wonderful signals. We hold our nets on Wednesday and Saturday evenings at Pacific.
We have need of operators that can and will take the net when circumstances prevent the NCS from fulfilling their duties. Thank you. August Roster - Now Available.
Thurston County Amateur Radio Emergency Service TCARES consists of experienced amateur radio 'ham' operators who volunteer their time and equipment in support of emergency communications within the county. Working with the Thurston County Department of Emergency Managementwe provide communications for countywide disasters such as floods, storms and earthquakes. TCARES members provide their own radio gear for field deployment, and are expected to be self sufficient for up to 72 hours following a disaster.
All are welcome to attend, and no license required. At our last club meeting Daniel talked about antennas, and touched on impedance matching.
They may also help meet communication needs of state and local governments or private individuals. During a hurricane in Hawaii a few years ago, for example, MARA operators on the mainland kept contact with the islands longer than any other amateur shortwave radio net. Following an Idaho earthquake in lateMARA members again served as emergency communicators for priesthood leaders.