Serving In Our Community

Utah Shakeout and NUHC Drill

Category: Serving In Our Community
Published: Monday, 18 April 2016
Written by Johnny Rauzi
All,
If anyone wishes to check-in from an ECC, I would encourage you to do so or simply monitor the frequencies if you like.  This year we are adding another layer to our Utah Shakeout Drill between the Davis Hospital and Davis Hospital Weber Campus for the morning exercise only.  I'll break them down into two parts. 
 
Part 1 begins at 1000 hours as described below.
 
We will use the ARES Simplex 147.420 as Primary during the first shift with the Antelope 147.040 as Secondary until 1030 then switch over to the 147.260 Promontory Repeater as Primary with the Mt Ogden 146.900 as Secondary and participate in the NUHC Drill until it ends.  At that time switch back to the Primary and Secondary frequencies.  The Morgan County group typically use the Mt Ogden Repeater because they can't always hit the Promontory Repeater so we assist them whenever possible and pass their traffic as needed.
The second shift will use 147.420 as Primary and the Antelope 147.040 as Secondary up until the ARES Net at 2030.  At that time, Antelope will be Primary so those wishing to check into the ARES Net can do so on the ARES Simplex 147.420. 
 
Michelle will provide the assignment list to the Weber Campus front desk so they can check your ID and get you back to radio room.  I'll be at the Davis Hospital for both shifts so we'll plan on meeting in the main lobby at 0955 and 1855 hours then go back to the radio room.
If you know someone who would like to participate with you, send me their name, call sign, cell and email by Wednesday morning so I can add them to the final assignment sheet.
 
Respectfully,
 
Johnny K7ZZQ
 

Part 2, the NUHC Drill portion begins at 1030 see the instructions below. 
 
FYI, our portion may only last 20-30 minutes depending on how many check-ins there are but a two hour time block was set aside for debriefing, etc.  Again, begin monitoring the Promontory and Mt Ogden Repeaters until the Ham Radio portion is over.
 
 
Subject: NUHC Communication Drill
 
EXPLAN
Date: April 21
Time: 10:30 - 12:30
COMMUNICATION CHANNELS
800 MHz = Hospital Commons
Ham = 147.260 - (tone 103.5) Promontory Point. BARC System
            146.720 - (tone 103.5) Mt. Logan. BARC System
            145.310 - (tone 103.5) Red Spur. BARC System
            146.900 - (tone 123.0) Mt. Ogden. Ogden Amateur Radio Club (For Morgan County only, if needed).
Satellite Phone: Call on 435-994-1124
 
At 10:30 we'll have a communication system set up at the Cache County EOC where Cache ARES and myself will answer radios and phones for each of you to test your 800 MHz, Ham and Satellite Phones.
 
When you check in with us you will give us your status (pretend), i.e., fully operational; partially operational; non-operational; facility damaged, but still functioning; damaged and needing evacuation; facility in good shape, but no electricity or culinary water; functional, but on backup power, etc. So, give some thought to where your facility is and how you would fair during/after a 7.0 earthquake in the Salt Lake Valley and report that to us.
 
Once you've checked in we'll give you a task to fulfill where you'll contact another organization and either offer assistance or request assistance. If possible please plan to be available from your check in time and for about another 20-30 minutes so we can connect you for your task.
 
If you haven't done so, please let me know which devices you plan to exercise and a close proximity of the time you'll be available.
 
If you have any questions please get with me. Otherwise, we'll be talking on Thursday.
 
Thanks everybody!
 
Kevin Christensen
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Net Schedules

Category: Serving In Our Community
Published: Wednesday, 17 February 2016
Written by DCARC DCARC
 


What is a Net? A Net, in Ham Radio lingo, is an on-the-air meeting. There are literally thousands of Nets going on everyday through-out the world. The ARRL has an entire directory completely devoted to listing all Nets.

This page will list Nets of interest to Amateur Radio Operators in the Davis County area. If you have a Net that you'd like included in this listing, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Net Name Purpose Schedule Frequency
Davis County ARES ARES Training and local Ham Radio announcements. Formal traffic accepted. Each Thursday at 8:30 p.m.
or 9:00 p.m. on RACES Net Nights

147.42 MHz simplex
449.925- MHz Rptr

449.950- MHz Rptr

Beehive Net Formal Traffic Net Daily at 12:30 p.m. 7.272 MHz LSB
447.05- MHz repeater (period simulcast)
CSERG - Community Service Emergency Radio Group Sub group of Davis County ARES Each Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. 145.770 MHz simplex
K7BWZ's 10 Meter Net Rag-chew on 10 meters. Come join us! Each Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. 28.313 MHz USB
VHF Society Net VHF Society Business & Swap net Each Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. 147.120+ repeater w/ PL of 100
147.180+ repeater w/ PL of 100
(both repeaters are linked)
RACES Net RACES check-ins. RACES number required. 3rd Saturday at 8:00 a.m. for odd number months 3.920 MHz
3rd Thursday at 8:00 p.m. for even number months Intermountain Intertie and other links
UARC Info Net General Utah Amateur Radio information net. Each Sunday at 9:00 p.m. 146.62- repeater
Weber County Sheriff's ARES Net Weber County ARES Training Each Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. 448.600 Mhz repeater w/ PL 123.0 Hz
Utah Code Net The Utah Code Net meets daily for the purpose of handling traffic Daily at 7:30 pm 3570 KHz

 

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