Amateur Radio Emergency Service
|Nothing is more central to a successful Amateur Radio Emergency Service Official Emergency Station than preparation. The Operator's equipment must be prepared and "ever ready" to be placed into service when the needs arise. Field Day is an excellent opportunity to test the Operator's skills and preparation. A carefully prepared and well-thought out "Go-Kit" is an essential tool. The "Go-Kit" keeps all the essential information, equipment, tools, and documents that the Operator may need. Here are some ideas for preparing your "Go-Kit:"|
|Information, Essential, and Other Supplies
Essential Desk Supplies
QRP Radio (FT-817)
Power & Batteries
Personal, Food, Shelter, Clothing
First Aid Kit
An Amateur Radio Emergency Service Official Emergency
Station Operator should be prepared to operate an emergency station anywhere required,
and at a moment's notice. Low-power emergency communications requires a great deal of preparation and practice.
This section of opur website will help you understand the hows and whys of putting together a "Go-Kit,"
so that you will have the crucial items and materials you will need to enable you to setup a remote, low-power,
emergency radio station.
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