“Polar Express” Simulated Emergency Test Exercise QSO Example

Today was a statewide “Simulated Emergency Test” (SET) involving a number of hams from our club. Club member Jim Adams, AAØCW, captured this sample message transmission. The voice you hear belongs to Dick Schultz, KDØESZ, and he’s transmitting a weather report message from downtown Montrose to the Montrose Emergency Command Post.

About Dave Casler, KEØOG (Webmaster)

Ham radio operator for over 40 years, Dave Casler holds Amateur Extra class call sign KEØOG. He is the webmaster for the Montrose Amateur Radio Club and is happy to receive articles and photos from club members. Dave enjoys HF SSB ragchewing, PSK-31, APRS, and software-defined radio (SDR).
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2 Responses to “Polar Express” Simulated Emergency Test Exercise QSO Example

  1. kc2bkm says:

    Dicks voice is even sever on the phone then the radio believe it or not

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