Stan, N8BHL

 

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Section Emergency Coordinator

(SEC)

 

Stan Broadway, N8BHL

3677 Peel Road

Radnor, OH 43066

Phone: (614) 562-3130

E-mail: broadways@standi.com

 

 

"Ohio NVIS Day"

 

Log:

Keep records of each antenna you’ve tried- take pictures!  We’re interested in compiling which designs are the most successful.  Keep a log of contacts with callsign, county, and if possible antenna description of your contacted station.  We’ll want to know your final count of station contacts.  We do have a form you can print and use, but there is no formal requirement for your log: Cabrillo, spreadsheet, or written summary will work.

Email your contest report to:  nvis@k8es.org 

Anchor Stations:

Although you are encouraged to contact as many stations as possible, these Anchor Stations will be on the air for the duration of the event to provide comparative signal reports.   Their locations will be plus/minus QRM or existing nets. Best practice is to move up a bit if the desired frequency is in use.

7240      W8SGT                 Ohio EOC

7250      W8EOC                Medina County EOC

7260      W8MRN               Marion County ARES

7270      KB8DNA               Huron County ARES

7280      W8ERD                Delaware County ARES

7290      W8BI                    Montgomery County (DARA)

Evaluation:

The Marion County ARES group will compile a listing of the different types of antennas used, and their relative performance. We’ll also look at which stations were able to have the greatest number of counties contacted, and which stations have the highest number of contacts.

Click to download a copy of the NVIS Day Report Form

 

 

2015 Ohio ARES Leadership Meeting Information

Main Presentation Slides

Mesh Radio Slides

Ohio Red Cross Buckeye Region DST Slides

Introduction to the Ohio ARESMAT Slides

OHDEN Presentation Slides

 
 
Reference Materials Links for Training 

Ohio Coordinated Repeaters - Repeater Directory

FEMA

The Anderson Power pole - connector standard

Ohio EMA
DEC/EC Monthly Report Form FSD-212 Ohio Citizen Corps
PSHR Monthly Report Form FSD-210 Ohio Single Sideband Net (OSSBN)
SEC Monthly Report Form FSD-96 Skywarn
Ohio Counties & Local Net Frequencies  Real Time Ohio Traffic (OHGO)
Ohio ARES District Map American Red Cross
Ohio DEC/EC listing

 SATERN

Ohio Section Emergency Response Plan FEMA on-line courses
ARRL ARES E-Letter

 EmComm

DEC / EC Application Form  FSD-156  Ohio ARES / OES HF Digital Net
 ARES Membership Application  

 Regional FEMA Map

 
OSHP District Map  
About the ARES  
Net Directory from the ARRL  
   
 
Software   Documents
Main Winlink2000 Site Public Service (Basic Skills)

Winlink2000 Setup and Configuration

Ground Plane Antenna
Echolink J-Pole Antenna
Internet Radio Linking Project (IRLP) FSD-157 - Public Service Activity Form

FLDIGI Downloads

FSD-187   (Application for Station Appointment)
Messaging System (NBEMS) ICS 205 Form
 

NVIS Information

Website Links

Documents

NVIS website Portable 75_40 meter NVIS Antenna
  Basic Antennas
  Modified AS-2259 NVIS Antenna
  NVIS DX Engineering
 

NVIS for Roadside

 

NVIS Article GOTJD

  USMC-Antenna-hb -  (large file: 5mb)
 

Other Items

Ohio SEC Monthly Reports and Stuff ARRL Headquarters
Main Page  Great Lakes Division
Training Section