Code Title 47, including Part 97 as quoted below: The rules and regulations in this part are designed to provide an amateur radio service having a fundamental purpose as expressed in the following principles: Our organization serves the community by assisting the public safety entities of Warren County through weather nets and reliable backup communications. In contrast, if you wish to join us and lead a team with a skill you have, then we are also the place for you.
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OH-KY-IN Amateur Radio Society | An ARRL Special Service Club
Amateur radio operators receive annual weather spotter training, which enables them to submit weather observations to the National Weather Service when a Skywarn net is activated. During times of severe weather, how does the National Weather Service NWS know what is actually going on in communities? Conventional radar is helpful, but to fine-tune watches and warnings, and to verify computer models, NWS meteorologists rely on reports from the field by trained weather spotters. The amateur radio community has a long history with the Skywarn program.
Warren County Amateur Radio Association
Our organization serves the community by assisting the public safety entities of Warren County through weather nets and reliable backup communications. Recognition and enhancement of the value of the amateur service to the public as a voluntary noncommercial communication service, particularly with respect to providing emergency communications. If you are a Ham radio operator or have an interest in becoming a licensed radio operator then you should join us at our next meet. We will be learning how to use the AllStar linking capability available on many of the area repeaters in Warren and Butler counties.
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