Here are two useful links that are very helpful in using Fldigi and Flmsg


http://panbems.org/fldigi_flmsg.html

And

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ3OXL8hrgQ






Training Opportunities:
  
Here is an excellent link    http://www.marc.org/emergency/training/

other digital software links:

 http://www.w1hkj.com/

Further information regarding the Northland ARES digital ops is found 
http://www.kcnorthares.org/policys-procedures/digital/psk/

More  information can obtained from
 http://www.pa-sitrep.com/NBEMS/  and

http://berkscountynbems.homestead.com/

While there are many ways to interface the soundcard to the radio, one good means is http://www.tigertronics.com/ using the SignaLink USB. It may be purchased online or local at Associated Radio. The Internet can provide many suggestions on the actual interface wiring to your particular radio. Several HAMs use a ‘mini-din6’ connector that can be used for either Packet or PSK type interface.

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To Review the use of the ICS213 traffic form and the ARES approved version both available below.

  ICS213

ARES ICS213



Telpac Node:


A TELPAC NODE IS AVAILABLE FOR GERNERAL USE SPONSORED BY THE KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI RACES GROUP.
Callsign is w0oem-10
Freq. 145.090 simplex
1200 baud packet
It is running on a Windows XP computer using a KAM XL with a FT2800 at 50 watts to a commercial 4 bay 9db gain antenna at 156 ft. Located at the Emergency Operations Center for the City of Kansas City, Mo. at Independence and Woodland.
Currently connect per the instructions on the winlink.org site
The node is welcome to all to use. If anyone needs any technical help, they can contact
Craig Schley at ka0fsp@arrl.net
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