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The North Carolina Amateur Radio Emergency Service website.
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The North Carolina ARES membership database. If you would like to be a Wilkes County ARES member please contact Brian D. Lisle, AB1JU.
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The National Weather Service Forecast Office in Blacksburg, VA
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A pocket-sized guide that contains radio regulations, tables of radio channels, and technical reference information. If you are establishing or repairing emergency communications in a disaster area, this is a tool you should have.
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A waterproof, pocket-sized guide that contains radio regulations, tables of radio channels, and technical reference information. If you are establishing or repairing emergency communications in a disaster area, this is a tool you should have. Price is $9.00
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The website for the Surry County A.R.E.S. group.
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The website of one of our members, AB1JU.
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The Vagabond Ragchew Net is a group of FCC-licensed amateur radio operators who meet on the air every weekday afternoon, starting at 2:30 pm Eastern, to inform, enlighten, ragchew, and possibly add a bit of humor to the day. Our nets are held on the W4NC repeater, 145.470 MHz (-600 kHz offset, 100 MHz subaudible tone access), which is owned by the Forsyth Amateur Radio Club. The repeater is located atop Sauratown Mountain, 20.27 miles NNW of downtown Winston-Salem, NC, about halfway between Pilot Mountain and Hanging Rock State Park. Our back-up repeater, also owned by the Forsyth Amateur Radio Club, operates on a frequency of 146.640 MHz (same offset and tone) and is located on the roof of the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, 1.39 miles (2.24 km) WSW of downtown.
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Piedmont Spotter Group
W4BFB Repeater: 145.230 Tone:118.8 - Located in Gaston County @ 1600 feet
A nightly net will be held at 8:00 PM that is Ham and Family friendly and focuses on the topics of:
- Weather Spotting
- Emergency Communications
- General Ham Interests
- Rag Chew on Saturday Evenings
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The website of the Ashe County ARC - club meetings are held on the second Thursday night of each month at Smoky Mountain BBQ in West Jefferson, NC at 6:00 p.m.
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The website of the Watauga Amateur Radio Club - club meetings are on the first Monday of each month. The meeting is held at the Lois Harrill Senior Center, 132 Poplar Grove Connector in Boone at 6 p.m.
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The Universal Licensing System (ULS) is the easy, online answer to your wireless licensing and research needs. ULS simplifies the application and licensing processes and provides secure, world-wide access through the Internet.
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Amateur Radio and Emergency Communications
A beginner's article on the merits and benefits of ham radio.
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A video on ham radio, hosted by Walter Cronkite (SK) - KB2GSD