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Hey Justin. This is Ken from DEMA CERT. I was just...

2012-07-22T01:32:58.876-04:00

Hey Justin. This is Ken from DEMA CERT. I was just doing some reading on MARS and saw a very familiar looking pic of a kid in army camo sitting at a station. With your call sign and a few clicks I found your blog. Congratulations!



Blast from the past.. I am LodCrappo. That post ...

2010-04-23T20:48:05.981-04:00

Blast from the past..

I am LodCrappo. That post was an attempt at humor, in fact it was a parody of another post in that same thread. Sadly, some people took as a serious comment.

Although I made ridiculous statements throughout the text (no one born in this century??, morse code over IP??, screw emergency services??), some people missed what I thought were obvious cues.

On the other hand, some people "got it", had a chuckle, and commented as much. Apparently you missed that.

Better luck next time,
-Lod



One way to better familiarize yourself with the lo...

2009-07-09T10:22:00.606-04:00

One way to better familiarize yourself with the locations you might be dispatched to, is to physically drive through the town. This can be done as a "sunday drive" or following yard/garagesale signs ,or even making it part of your weekly drill schedule.(pick one developement once a month, and have the ems vehicle drivers "map out" a developement.) Once you have driven to and from a place several times, it jogs the memory if a cross street you've driven past comes up when the tones go out. With the constant construction of new developements in the resort areas, there are going to be many streets not addressed on the maps used to locate new 911 addresses. By making this a goal, you also get to update your own records of streets and developements sometimes even before the state sends out the new maps.



From one MARS member to another, thanks for postin...

2009-01-20T09:13:00.000-05:00

From one MARS member to another, thanks for posting this detailed explanation of how to get the Ham Radio Deluxe program and TeamSpeak working. This will help me use my radio upstairs over my laptop when I'm watching the kids.

Not being in front of my radio has caused me to not be on MARS as much as I would want -- this will help me keep my participation up.

Bob
AFF1TS/AFA1ZD



Hey Justin,I saw the link you posted and I just wa...

2009-01-18T20:39:00.000-05:00

Hey Justin,

I saw the link you posted and I just wanted to let you know that I've split the Emergency Management stuff off onto its own blog at:

http://mcem.info/

If you have any suggestions feel free to let me know, thanks.



Very excellent Greg! I'm always looking for new c...

2008-08-11T20:15:00.000-04:00

Very excellent Greg! I'm always looking for new catch phrases which can help and explain some of these buzzwords in the public safety field.

By the way, checked out your mobile command posts in the past. Quite a system! Especially like the TV studio trailer conversion. I check your website from time to time to see what new toys you've put in service.

BR,
Justin



"Intertalkability" is easy, it's jus...

2008-08-11T20:11:00.000-04:00

"Intertalkability" is easy, it's just hardware.

"Interoperability" is much harder...it involves a collaborative attitude.

One without the other is just a chaotic turf war with really good signal quality.

----------

That's mine Justin....use it freely. (adapted from Dave Dunford)

Here's another with regard to shared resources without collaboration:

"NIMS = Not in MY system."

Best Regards,

Greg Carttar, CHS-V
3rd St. R & D Production Services
Special Event and Disaster Communications
417-336-4045 24 hrs

Safety Officer 307, Communications Officer,
Fire Service Instructor I, HazMat Technician
Central Taney County Fire Protection District

http://www.3rd-st.com



Good entry. I thought it was funny that I came ac...

2008-05-08T05:52:00.000-04:00

Good entry. I thought it was funny that I came across your blog while searching for "hire ham radio." I recognized the fact that your blogger name was a call sign, so I thought I'd stop in and say "hi."


73
kb3msx clear and monitoring.



Planet Ham is a website designed to aggregate blog...

2008-04-13T13:53:00.000-04:00

Planet Ham is a website designed to aggregate blogs produced by Amateur Radio enthusiasts. The aim is to provide a central directory of Amateur Radio blogs
The backend of the website is based on PlanetPlanet, which fetches syndication feeds such as RSS and Atom from subscribed blogs.
http://www.planetham.com/
To add your blog to the Planet Ham feed please email the web address to webmaster@planetham.com



Happy Birthday!!! How old are you now, 30 somethi...

2008-03-23T13:51:00.000-04:00

Happy Birthday!!! How old are you now, 30 something? DAD



HAPPY BIRTHDAY JUSTIN!!!73 de Jeff, KE9V

2008-03-23T08:09:00.000-04:00

HAPPY BIRTHDAY JUSTIN!!!

73 de Jeff, KE9V



Why isn't this a video of you playing??

2008-03-08T18:22:00.000-05:00

Why isn't this a video of you playing??



By the way, hear is the link:https://store.dataevo...

2008-03-04T16:43:00.000-05:00

By the way, hear is the link:

https://store.dataevolution.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=DT-7001

Only 100 bucks!



A friend of mine has just recently purchased a dec...

2008-03-04T16:42:00.000-05:00

A friend of mine has just recently purchased a decTOP (formally the AMD PIC). It's a pretty well constructed device and meets the requirements that Teamspeak would need. Unforutnately it doesn't run Windows XP which I believe HRD would need to run. I'm going to check those Soekris computers out.

73



I've been doing remote control of my station for a...

2008-03-04T16:33:00.000-05:00

I've been doing remote control of my station for about two years, first with a TS480SAT, and now with my SDR-1000. It's great to monitor the bands all day while in the office, and have the ability to throw on my USB headset and grab a new entity or catch-up with a friend.

I like the idea of setting up a dedicated Teamspeak server to not have to rely on the Internet/Skype infrastructure.

Looking at Teamspeak's requirements, a Linux version of Teamspeak only requires a 100MHz processor and 32MB of RAM! This could EASILY be installed on a solid state device to be field deployable, and operate at DC voltage. I have used Soekris embedded computers for various applications, and have ran them in freezing temperatures, and 100F+ August days in Texas with no problems, and power them from gel cell batteries charged with solar panals. http://www.soekris.com/

Using Teamspeak and the GSM audio codec, audio bandwidth is roughly 16k. There is no reason why a remote station couldn't be deployed, completely off-the-grid and only requiring power to operate. This also would fit right in with a D-STAR network, if that's already part of your emcom toolbox; the 128k data connection provided by a D-STAR network would be more than sufficient to transport your Teamspeak audio.

A lot of people use remote desktop, VNC, pcAnywhere, etc. to connect to the remote station running HRD. This consumes more bandwidth than needed, and a lot of people don't realize that there is actually a serial server built directly in to HRD. Once enabled, you run HRD on the client machine in the field. Your CAT/CIV serial commands are then sent to the HRD serial server, where it communicates with your transceiver directly to perform the action you've selected. This tremendously decreases the bandwidth requirement, and would probably work well in a D-STAR environment as well.

Great article!

73 de N5KRC



You mentioned recruiting hams to assist state poli...

2008-02-05T19:40:00.000-05:00

You mentioned recruiting hams to assist state police. Is the California Highway Patrol included in those interested? If so who would I contact?



WebEOC in Firefox is on the way...counting the day...

2008-01-07T13:00:00.000-05:00

WebEOC in Firefox is on the way...counting the days.






With going to school, blogging and all else you ha...

2007-12-22T01:37:00.000-05:00

With going to school, blogging and all else you have been doing it sounds like you have been busy.

Good blog.

73



Oi, achei seu blog pelo google está bem interessan...

2007-12-05T10:43:00.000-05:00

Oi, achei seu blog pelo google está bem interessante gostei desse post. Gostaria de falar sobre o CresceNet. O CresceNet é um provedor de internet discada que remunera seus usuários pelo tempo conectado. Exatamente isso que você leu, estão pagando para você conectar. O provedor paga 20 centavos por hora de conexão discada com ligação local para mais de 2100 cidades do Brasil. O CresceNet tem um acelerador de conexão, que deixa sua conexão até 10 vezes mais rápida. Quem utiliza banda larga pode lucrar também, basta se cadastrar no CresceNet e quando for dormir conectar por discada, é possível pagar a ADSL só com o dinheiro da discada. Nos horários de minuto único o gasto com telefone é mínimo e a remuneração do CresceNet generosa. Se você quiser linkar o Cresce.Net(www.provedorcrescenet.com) no seu blog eu ficaria agradecido, até mais e sucesso. If is possible add the CresceNet(www.provedorcrescenet.com) in your blogroll, I thank. Good bye friend.



Justin,I saw your post about using WebEOC with E-T...

2007-10-10T10:34:00.000-04:00

Justin,

I saw your post about using WebEOC with E-Team and other products and was just wondering how it went? I have heard a lot of complaints about E-Team and WebEOC not working together but haven't seen it in action.

Thanks.

Brian
www.pdstx.com/blog



One of the things I enjoy about this clip is the m...

2007-10-09T08:01:00.000-04:00

One of the things I enjoy about this clip is the multi-generational household!



Very cool! A great throwback to the day and Ham Ra...

2007-10-01T21:46:00.000-04:00

Very cool! A great throwback to the day and Ham Radio holds true today as well. Where's Jimmy?

73 de Scot, KA3DRR



Yea, I don't see the connection bud. Sorry.

2007-08-19T15:37:00.000-04:00

Yea, I don't see the connection bud. Sorry.



I served time in Hillary Clinton's Gulag. Somewher...

2007-08-19T15:33:00.000-04:00

I served time in Hillary Clinton's Gulag. Somewhere between Purgatory and the system of Soviet labor camps, Hillary spawned the US Public Service Academy twelve years ago, this month. The Duke lacrosse team fiasco shows that liberal educators have created a phony cultural paradigm that distorts reality. And, nobody exploits phony paradigms, obfuscates the truth, or games the system like the Clintons.

I Got Your Public Service Academy; Right Here

Set the Wayback Machine for 23 August 1995: a hot day in the nation’s capitol. But 3000 miles due west on California’s Central Coast, a constellation of events was unfolding that would have a profound effect on Western civilization; plunge it into war. Yet, this cataclysmic upheaval was only part of the plan. Bill Clinton picked up the telephone. It was his Chief of Staff Leon Panetta, calling from a payphone in Monterey. Bill held the receiver at arms length and gazed at the tasteful floral arrangement that adorned the Oval Office. Leon’s disembodied voice filled the room. What now, asked Hillary. It’s that damn college, mouthed Bill. There was, no getting out. Hillary nodded, just tell Leon he’ll get whatever he needs: http://theseedsof9-11.com

Yeah, sign the petition.