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Only the originator of the message may make changes. Having radios, frequencies and basic radio skills. Try to run an existing net much as the previous NCS did. A group of stations who gather on one frequency with a purpose.

Engage in casual conversations. This frequency is intended primarily for disaster or emergency operations.

It can get wet out there. The regular business hours maintained at the facility. Speak a little slower and pause longer between transmissions. The liaison station mainly relays bulletins authorized by the served agency to all stations on the net. The Anderson is capable of being plugged and unplugged a greater number of times without deterioration. Douglas in CTDec 3, But, during an emergency the communication needs skyrocket and a priority queue is established and messaged are delayed.

Medium and low priority messages, and even some high-priority messages, may not get through. They are compact and easy to store.


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Internet links to additional tnree of information and related materials, e. There may still be an NCS, but he or she usually exerts little or no control.

You will have to improvise and fend for yourself. Keep notes as you go along: However, you can stock reasonable supplies and equipment for most events you will be activated for. This only encourages the offender. Auth with social network: They are easy to erect and very stable in storm conditions. LU What is the pitfall that is common to telephone, cellular phone thrree trunked radio systems?

My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. Failure to copy the message exactly as it was received.


Deliver the message exactly as received but add your own verbal explanation. A VHF repeater system. The NCS is responsible for station check in. Courses are typically presented in 10 to 20 “Learning Units”. When there is an earthquake in your area and the public is inconvenienced. This course is designed to bridge the gap between basic participation and leadership. You will not leave something important at home or waste valuable time.

You assignment will be clear, a relief person sent at the end of a pre- determined shift, and arrangements for food, sanitation and sleep will be explained to you.

Personal call signs are never used. Any message can have huge and unintended consequences. Making demands on the agency being supported.


The MedStar system with channels Med 1 through Med The originating station counts the number of text words and the receiving station confirms the number upon receipt. Failure to write down the message before sending it.

Each student is assigned to a volunteer mentor. Address the interfering station directly and inform them of the error of their ways. Whenever the public is aarecc risk. Shout into the microphone to insure that you are heard at the thrree end. Organizing the flow of vehicles. Collect telephone delivery authorized. Douglas in CTDec 5, Sending a shelter list on the office fax machine.

Search Forums Recent Posts. Some mentors were contributors to the development of their course s. Transmitter power and antenna selection are equally important. Return the message to the originator. A message that is never delivered can yield disastrous results.

A quiz made up of five multiple-choice questions concludes each unit. This applies to most of the tactical messages passed during an emergency.