The "Ham Shack"

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The "Ham Shack"

A spot for Amateur Radio Licenced providers can gather.

Members: 89
Latest Activity: May 17, 2013

Welcome to the "Ham Shack", Introduce Yourself!

Welcome to the "Ham Shack. A place where Ham licensed EMS providers or anyone interested in learning more about the hobby and how to become licensed can meet and share. "Ragchews" are encouraged!

Please take a moment to sign in and introduce yourself to the group -- including what department/agency you are from and what class FCC license you hold -- on the Comment Wall below. Also feel free to start a discussion in the group forum below about topics that are important to HAMs!

73,
Shawn
KE6YCO

EMS Discussion Forum

What radios in POV? 18 Replies

Last reply by Peter Ackermann May 12, 2013.

Ham Radio at Work 1 Reply

Last reply by Kevin Haney Nov 29, 2011.

Old Radios and Restorations

Started by Shawn Feb 3, 2009.

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Comment by Peter Ackermann on May 12, 2013 at 10:43pm

http://www.kf4bwg.com/#file02   Check out this antenna! Make a lot of horse sense. LOL.

Comment by Matt Gottlieb on August 15, 2011 at 10:03am

Hi everyone, Matt here W4ZYX,  I am an EMT-B with Calhoun County EMS (SC) and hold an Extra class license. My county maintains hf, vhf and uhf capabilities in its command center and we have a couple people licensed to operate in case there is a need including our director. I also am a radio operator with the state Emergency Operations Center when disaster calls. I also am a volunteer with SCHEART (South Carolina Healthcare Emergency Amateur Radio Team)

 

73 to all

Comment by Nathaniel Bland on August 9, 2011 at 8:06pm
Greetings folks. I'm Nathaniel, N6DBT, out here in the Sierras of California. Local Fire/EMS volunteer. Lots of radio use up here.
Comment by Glen Schoeck on July 31, 2011 at 9:16pm
Volunteer EMT-I for Nye County EMS 15 years. Ham operator for 19 years currently a General class. Also an ARRL VE, and with Southern Nye County ARES.
Comment by K C Jones on February 16, 2011 at 11:04am

Welcome KC2ZAL!

Good Luck in you EMS Career!

Stay Safe!

Comment by Kirk S Holmes on February 15, 2011 at 2:50pm

KC2ZAL, Volunteer EMT-B in Willingboro, NJ.

HAM and EMT-B for less then year.

Comment by Lois Walsh on January 2, 2011 at 11:28pm
Happy New Year to all from Corvallis, Montana!  I've been a ham since the 70's - now KK7YM.  Have been active on and off, but would like to set up a small station again.  As for EMS, I was originally certified as an EMT-B in 1980 (with the big orange book) and worked as a volunteer for 15 years.  After a long absence I'm back in EMS, both as a volunteer with the county mountain search & rescue and on the local fire dept.  Be safe...have fun!
Comment by Bill Kinsel on December 29, 2010 at 12:12pm

Howdy ya'll.  I am a EMT/Firefighter Vol in Marion, Texas and work full-time in the Emergency Department in Seguin, Texas.  I am a tech and have worked MEDCOM since Katrina.  My call sign is K5WAK.

 

Comment by Jerimiah Grantham on December 14, 2010 at 1:03pm

KL2HO, WFR Anchorage, AK

Comment by Doug Gadomski on December 14, 2010 at 12:16pm

Greetings... N5AJL in Albuquerque. Paramedic/flight medic and EMS Educator for many years. Advanced license. Playing with my new IC-7000 and working at putting together equipment for satellite communications :-).

 

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