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Test Preparations Suggestions for Students: They tell you what they need and you do your best to comply. Whenever the public is at risk. When there is an earthquake in your area and the public is inconvenienced. When a critical communication system fails and the public is inconvenienced. When a critical communication system fails and the public is put at risk. Review the effectiveness of its response. Take photos of the activity.
Call the local newspaper to schedule interviews. Review the activities of the first responders. Making demands on the agency being supported.
Having radios, frequencies and basic radio skills. Being licensed and preauthorized for national and international communications. Possessing emergency communications skills. To Handle large-scale emergencies over an extended period. To deploy a quick response in a very short time. To establish and operate a storm watch prior to any emergency. To review of the effectiveness of an emergency communications group. You assignment will be clear, a relief person sent at the end of a pre- determined shift, and arrangements for food, sanitation and sleep will be explained to you.
You will have to improvise and fend for yourself. This assistance may include: Organizing the flow of vehicles. Radio operator, using Amateur or served agency radio systems. Resources coordinator, organizing the assignments of disaster relief volunteers.
LU Which of the following best describes the role of a modern emergency coordinator? You are strictly limited to communication tasks. You may be asked to serve any function that includes communication. You do anything the served agency asks. You transmit and receive messages. Document the request, and then do what is asked.
Document the request, but refuse to do it. Discuss the situation with the served agency, and develop an alternative solution. Answer any question that you are asked. Volunteer information and make yourself helpful to them. Ignore them and hope they will go away. Your radio and electronic equipment.
Your knowledge of FCC regulations. However, it can become overloaded during large scale disasters.
They allow increased message density over fewer frequencies. But, during an emergency the communication needs skyrocket and a priority queue is established and messaged are delayed.
Medium and low priority messages, and even some high-priority messages, may not get through. Trunked systems rely on a complex central signaling system to dynamically handle the mobile frequency requirements.
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When the central control unit goes down for any reason, the entire system must revert to a pre- determined simplex or repeater-based arrangement. This fallback is risky because of the small number of frequencies available. Will maps, long lists of names, addresses, etc.
Will dissemination to multiple remote sites be required? Will there be many one-on-one communications? How about store-and forward system requirements?
Include a list of critical phone numbers including FAX, pager and cellular numbers in the kit. A VHF repeater system. LU What types of messages are good to sent by fax? High precision, lengthy and complex messages. Simple low-precision, and short messages. Messages to many destinations simultaneously. High detail color photographs.
Time sensitive messages of immediate priority. Non-time-critical messages and reference material, when the sender and receiver cannot be available simultaneously. LU What is the pitfall that is common to telephone, cellular phone and trunked radio systems? They do not take advantage of the benefits of Amateur Radio. They are all difficult to use. They are seldom available at shelters and public safety agencies. They all require the use of a complex central switching system that is subject to failure in a disaster situation.
A ham communicating a lengthy list of needed medical supplies over a voice net. A lengthy exchange between two stations on a primary voice channel being shared by a numbers of users.
Sending a shelter list on the office fax machine. They do not know each other well, have very different approaches to solving the same problem, and half of them want to be in charge.
Florida has two sections, North Florida and South Florida. In this situation, the RACES rules provide for the use of almost all regular Amateur frequencies, but place strict limits on the types of communications made, and with whom. Their HF networks are used for both logistical communication between various Salvation Army offices and for health and welfare messages. Their job is to put a few strategically placed stations on the air within the first half-hour to an hour. This is a Level 1 RRT response.
In this case the local ARES group becomes a served agency.
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It pairs certain MARS operators with various federal agencies and state emergency operations centers to provide a high frequency HF communication backbone if normal communications should fail. It is located in Golden, Colorado. Issues rapid reports of earthquakes at least 4.
Is a first responder in any emergency. Operates a few strategically placed stations within the first hour of an emergency. Responds within a few hours and is prepared with longer term 72 hour jump kits. Is generally available for tasks lasting less than one day. Is always from the local area. An ARES team who are willing and able to travel to another area.
Is called out only when the President suspends regular Amateur operations. This frequency is intended primarily for disaster or emergency operations. Non-essential communications may be moved over to an Amateur system under these conditions.
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When one radio of the group moves to a new frequency, all the others in the group automatically follow. If you will be required to use their telephone system, make sure you get the appropriate specialized training and obtain a copy of the system operating manual as part of your emergency kit. Use the phonetic alphabet employed by the served agency. Engage in casual conversations. Ten simplex VHF frequencies with pulsed tone encoders for each hospital. The MedStar system with channels Ardcc 1 through Med LU Which of the following statements is true about trunked systems?
Trunked systems are able to operate without the use of computer controllers. The number of frequencies on a trunked system is always a multiple of Amateur radio does not currently use this type of system. Most trunked systems have ample reserve capacity.