Documents / Downloads:
- Digital Modes
- Training items
- Jump Kits
- Fireworks training video
- New Fireworks Training Video
- Local Ham Simplex & Repeater Frequencies
- Local Ham Frequencies on CSV File
- Runner Tracker Race Control, available on app store & google play
UCARES Radio nets:
Weekly training nets are typically held every Tuesday at 2100h (9pm) on the 147.34 and 145.23 repeaters. The second Tuesday of the month will be Simplex net normally on 147.34 (repeater output frequency). The frequencies or repeaters used may change due to training requirements, frequency availability, or other circumstances. Please refer to the UCARES communications play in the resources section for more information.
147.34 MHz + (100.0 Hz)
147.34 MHz + (141.3 Hz), when auxiliary repeater is active
145.23 MHz – (131.8 Hz)
UCARES mailing lists: outdated, will be updated soon!
If you are wanting to participate in UCARES events, it is strongly encouraged that you join the UCARES mailing lists. ( http://lists.ucares.org/mailman/listinfo ) Many of the events and activities are organized through the mailing lists. There are 4 different mailing lists each for a specific purpose:
UCARES This is the primary mailing list used for most of the UCARES event planning and general questions and discussions.
UCARES-announce This list is used primarily announcements from the UCARES organization.
UCARES-forsaleThis list is used for posting items for sale or trade.
Pagers This list is used for sending general call-out pages to the Cell phone or pagers of UCARES members. It is only used for alerting UCARES members of a call-out, but may be tested once or twice a year. If you know the email address your Cellular phone provider uses to send SMS messages to your phone, you can add that e-mail to this list.
HamStudy.org – HAM Licensing exam tests and study aids
eHam.net – HAM radio resources, reviews and forums
qrz.com – Call sign lookup, practice tests, reviews and news
Hamradio.com – HAM Radio Outlet
HamCity.com – HAM Radio supplies and resources
ARRL – Amateur Radio Relay League
Utah Public Safety – Public Safety information for Utah
RACES – Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
hsmm-mesh.org – The Broadband Hamnet