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Kentucky Colonels Amateur Radio Club
Emergency Communications


A time-honored role for ham operators is to assist emergency officials and relief organizations with local, regional, and long-distance communications when disaster strikes. Cell phones, the Internet, and other communications technologies remain dependent upon fragile infrastructure. Amateur radio stations can communicate point-to-point, over hundreds of miles - even thousands of miles without any other equipment in between. We have a long track record of getting the message through when all other systems fail.
Warren County Emergency Coordinator:

 

Robert Doughty, KK4AVI
Email: kk4avi@att.net

Cell: 270-991-6480

Warren County Emergency Management

www.wcem.org
 

4th District ARES Net

The 4th District Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) net is held Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 9 pm local time on the 147.165 repeater.

ARRL Kentucky Section ARES Emergency Communications Plan

Link to the ARRL Public Service Communications Manual

Warren County ARES Net
Each Thursday at 8:30 pm local time on 147.165 repeater

Kentucky Emergency Net
Each Monday at 6:30 pm local time on 3.972.5 LSB

Kentucky Digital Net
Each Monday and Wednesday at 7:30 pm local time on 3.585.0 USB using PSK31.

Homeland Security Live Alert

Most hams active in emergency communications use powerpole 12 volt connectors.

 


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