We would like to thank Joan Rapp (K6QJU) for facilitating our discussion on ARES/RACES. We all learned a lot. If you have any questions for Joan you can contact her via email at k6QJU (at) arrl.net You can also view the information we have on our website by clicking on Serving in the Community and
The ARES Net scheduled for December 31st, 2020 has been cancelled for the holidays. The next ARES Net will be held on Thursday, January 7, 2021. Please stay tuned to ARES frequencies, the DCARC Website and other communication channels for information on upcoming events.
The ARES Net scheduled for December 24th and December 31st, 2020 have been cancelled for the holidays. The next ARES Net will be held on Thursday, January 7, 2021. Please stay tuned to ARES frequencies, the DCARC Website and other communication channels for information on upcoming events.
Hi All,We need radio operators on Wednesday and Thursday to help the city of Centerville with their refuse sites. 2-4 hour shifts. The times are Wednesday from 10-8 and Thursday from 8-8. If you can help on either or both days, please let me know which day and times. We will report to the City
Don’t forget… In conjunction with The Great Utah Shake Out, Davis County ARES will be conducting a Check In tomorrow, April 16, 2020 at 10:15 am on Frequency 147.420. All Amateur Radio Operators are invited and encouraged to Check In.
The Great Utah Shake Out is scheduled for Thursday, April 16, 2020 and DCARC will be participating. Our Davis County ARES EC Joan Rapp, K6QJU, will be conducting a net. To register for this event please visit https://www.shakeout.org/utah/index.html In the registration don’t forget to sign up with the DCARC ARES Group. The exercise will begin
Hi ARES members, The Intermountain Center for Disaster Preparedness is holding a class on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care, on February 20th. All information is on the flyer. Looks like a good class. We can never be too prepared! Click Here for Flyer Thanks for all you do! Joan K6QJU, Davis County ARES EC
147.42 Mhz. “ARES One” Primary Net operation and events 145.57 Mhz. “ARES Two Used when a secondary frequency is needed 145.75 Mhz. “ARES Three) Used when a secondary frequency is needed Why do we use simplex frequencies for ARES? Many ARES events tend to involve local communication and do not require the use of a
147.420 Mhz. SIMPLEX – 449.950 Mhz. – 5 Mhz. – 449.925 Mhz. -5 Mhz. IRLP Node 3876 – ECHOLINK Node 346086 (NJ7J-R) THURSDAYS – 20:30 HRS. LOCAL TIME – (Even Months: 3rd Thursday @ 2100 Hrs following RACES) Joan Rapp, K6QJU – Davis County ARES Emergency Coordinator – email@example.com Utah RACES Nets: Odd Months: 3rd Saturday,