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Two Books:
There are two books available. The Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Reference (311 pages) includes project and emergency preparedness. The Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Guidebook (113 pages) includes emergency procedures and modalities.


Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Guidebook

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- Amateur Radio Emergency Communications in the Community
- Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES)
- Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES)
- Principles of Disaster Communication
- Working with Public Safety Officials and Agencies
- National Traffic System (NTS)
- Incident Command System (ICS)
- Message Handling
- Hurricane Intensity Scale
- Estimating The Manpower Necessary to Cover an Emergency Event
- The Emergency
- Radiogram
- ITU Phonetic Alphabet
- International Q Signals
- US Amateur Bands
- Amateur Radio Call Sign Numerical Prefixes
- Signal Reporting
- Communications Net Procedure
- CTCSS Tones
- Packet Radio
- APRS (Automatic Position Reporting System)
- PSK (Phase Shift Keying) Radio
- Winlink 2000
- Satellite Radio
- Antennas and Propagation
- H.F. Antenna Analysis
- Emergency Power
- Anderson Powerpoles
- D-Star Programming
- NBEMS (Narrow-Band Emergency Message System) - FLDIGI - FLMSG Setup and Operating Instructions
- Echolink and IRLP
- Portable Antenna Systems

Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Reference

Download Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Reference (updated 12/4/14) in pdf format (33 mb)

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Part 1 - Procedures
- Amateur Radio Emergency Communications in the Community
- Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES)
- Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES)
- Principles of Disaster Communication
- Working with Public Safety Officials and Agencies
- National Traffic System (NTS)
- Incident Command System (ICS)
- Message Handling
- Hurricane Intensity Scale
- Estimating The Manpower Necessary to Cover an Emergency Event
- The Emergency
- Radiogram
- ITU Phonetic Alphabet
- International Q Signals
- US Amateur Bands
- Amateur Radio Call Sign Numerical Prefixes
- Signal Reporting
- Emergency Response Checklist
- Volunteer Handout
- Town ARES/RACES Net Dialog
- County ARES/RACES Net Dialog
- Local Frequencies
- CTCSS Tones
- Protective Equipment and Precautions
- Guidance for Emergency Communications (FEMA)
- New York State RACES Standard Operating Procedure
- Final Exam

Part 2 - Technical
- Packet Radio
- APRS (Automatic Position Reporting System)
- PSK (Phase Shift Keying) Radio
- Winlink 2000
- Satellite Radio
- Antennas and Propagation
- H.F. Antenna Analysis
- Mast and Antennas for Field Day and Emergencies
- Emergency Power
- Anderson Powerpoles
- Mobile Emergency Communications Center
- Solar Power for Emergency Communications
- Portable APRS Packet Digipeater Igate Voice Communications System
- Lightweight Portable Antenna
- HT Booster System
- D-Star and Icom IC-2820 Programming
- Compact Multi-Band Rotatable Dipole Antenna Array
- NBEMS (Narrow-Band Emergency Message System) - FLDIGI - FLMSG Setup and Operating Instructions

Part 3 - Emergency Preparedness
- Emergency Preparedness (Excerpts from FEMA Independent Study Course IS-2 Emergency Preparedness U.S.A.
- A Citizen's Guide to Disaster Assistance (Excerpts from FEMA Independent Study Course IS-7/October 1999)