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New ARRL Course: Digital Technology for Emergency Communications

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  • Mark Thompson
    http://www.arrl.org/news/stories/2008/11/13/10448/?nc=1 ARRL PUBLICATIONS BULLETIN – February 6, 2009 www.arrl.org/new   ________________________________
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      www.arrl.org/catalogARRL PUBLICATIONS BULLETIN – February 6, 2009 www.arrl.org/new
       

      Dive into the Digital Radio Universe!
      NOW SHIPPING!
      The ARRL Digital Technology for Emergency Communications Course CD-ROM
       
      In this course, we will introduce you to all the ways Amateur Radio operators are using digital technology as a valuable emergency communications tool.
       
      Get answers to questions such as:
      ...can you transfer supply lists or personnel assignments between em ergency operations sites?
      ...can you get critical e-mails to the Internet if a connection goes down?
      ...can you relay digital images of damage at specific locations?
      ...can you track the locations of emergency personnel and display them on computer maps?
      …and more!
       
       
      The topics discussed during the course include:
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      o Packet radio APRS
      o Winlink 2000
      o IRLP
      o EchoLink and WIRES-II
      o D-STAR
      o APCO25
      o HF sound card modes
      o Automatic Link Establishment (“ALE”)
       
      Illustrations, screenshots, Internet links and audio files make your learning experience exciting and fun!
       
      “This course is a great starting point for anyone interested in the public service applications of digital communications technology."
      -- Steve Ford, WB8IMY, Course Author and QST Editor/ARRL Publications Manager
       
      Only $49.95
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