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Shiawassee Amateur Radio Association [SARA]

Established: January, 1958 an ARRL Affiliated Club since 1961

"Whiskey 8 Quack Quack Quack"

Meets at: James P. Capitan Center, Lower Level; 149 E. Corunna Ave.; Corunna, MI 48817 Monthly: 2nd Tuesday @ 7:00 PM

Club station located in the James P. Capitan Center - Lower Level.
Grid Square EN72wx   Latitude: 42.9819 N   Longitude: -84.1164 W   Alitude: 760 ft.

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Emergency Communications

Follow the links below for details:

  • SARA's (local) EMCOMM Data

    ARPSC/ARES/RACES Local EMCOMM ~ SARA's Local Emergency Communications Page. Links to Homeland Security SAFECOMM and local inventories.


  • Michigan ARES Web Page

    Michigan ARES ~ Michigan's Emergency Communications Page.


  • Skywarn Links

    Shiawassee Skywarn ~ Shiawassee County Information

    Skywarn ~ NWS Weather Service SKYWARN

    NWS-NOAA Information ~ Weather Spotter's Field Guide {English}. [Spanish version ois available].


  • Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network [AREDN]

    AREDN ~ High-Speed Multimedia Mesh (HSMM) technology.

    AREDN (pronounced "r-den") uses High-Speed Multimedia Mesh (HSMM) technology and has evolved rapidly due to the efforts of the Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network (AREDN) open source project. This has changed the complexion and environment of mesh implementations from an experimental, hobby-oriented, novelty into a "viable alternative network" suitable for supporting high-speed emergency communications and Internet connectivity for when "all else fails." AREDN provides such services as voice-over-IP telephony (VoIP), streaming video, email, and much more. This is looking like the 'new direction' for amateurs to follow. Systems can be setup to provide emergency computer data support for served agancies when local internet and phone services fail.

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