MI HAM Network (3/20/2014)
Members of the MI Ham Network
Below is a table listing information about the members of the MI Ham Network. (I'll add flags to the map for all ham operators in the near future. Pete)
Incident reporting plan
[This is only a thought. It has not been discussed or agreed to by anyone.]
35 minutes after every hour, the MI HAM network will listen for and record incident reports from nearby neighbors who will use their FRS radios tuned to channel 8, sub-channel 8.
We specify this exact time so everyone knows when to communicate and so we don’t waste your time and batteries. We chose “35” from our ZIP code 98358.
Starting at 15 minutes after each hour, the MI Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will be ready to receive those reports from the MI HAM network and pass them on to the …
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