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EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS INFORMATION
(Last updated 11/23/21)
The files found at the links above were created to provide area hams with a list of repeaters and auxiliary frequencies that can be referred to by a common "channel number" or "channel name". Although the list focuses primarily on the Acadiana area of GOHSEP Region 4, it includes repeaters in other areas of the state that operators may wish to monitor if they are in those areas during emergency situations. Repeater settings change over time so please confirm they are correct if you get a chance to visit various locations. Please report any necessary revisions to email@example.com.
The files found at the links above provide area operators with a list of HF frequencies that will most likely be used by GOHSEP, local EOC's and other response organizations in GOHSEP Region 4 during an emergency situation. The frequencies on this list are group by frequency band and are assigned "channel numbers" to help facilitate easier reference to over the radio. Additional information regarding the general users of a frequency and operating modes for the digital frequencies is also included where appropriate. These frequencies are always subject to change and this list should be considered as only a guide.
This form can be used to send information between GOHSEP, local EOC's and other agencies during an emergency event.
During emergencies, local governmental agencies can request resources from GOHSEP using these forms. When internet connectivity exists between GOHSEP and the requesting agency, the requesting agency will normally submit their request directly using the WebEOC system within GOHSEP. The TXT and PDF versions of the form can be used to submit a request to GOHSEP over HF radio frequencies. The PDF form is a guide to the information that should be transmitted for each line of the TXT form.
Miscellaneous EMCOMM Information (11/23/21)
NVIS Antenna Design - W5JCK (PDF)
NVIS Propagation Conditions (Region 6 Army MARS)
YouTube video on how to use an ionogram to determine the critical
Guidelines for how MARS gathers technical information on the condition and capacity of existing public systems, municipal services, and facilities within an assigned area of operations.
Winlink Radio E-mail System
WinLink E-mail System (WinLink.org)
WinLink YouTube Training Videos (Rick Frost K4REF)
FLDIGI Digital Communications Software
File Download Site (Sourceforge.net)
Setup Information (PDF)
Hurricane Michael - 2018
Hurricane Irma - 2017
Hurricane Andrew - 1992
In Andrews Wake - QST December 1992 (PDF)
Hurricane Carla - 1961
Hurricane Carla Report - Dept of Defense 1961 (PDF)
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