Olmsted ARES HF Frequency Pool
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COMMUNICATIONS RESOURCE AVAILABILITY WORKSHEETFrequency BandDescription
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HFMinnesota ARES Frequency Pool
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Channel ConfigurationChannel Name/Trunked Radio System TalkgroupEligible UsersRX Freq N or WRX Tone/NACTX Freq N or WTx Tone/NACMode A, D or MRemarks
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SimplexHH-ALPHAARES3.5480 W3.5480 WACW
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SimplexHH-BRAVOARES7.0570 W7.0570 WACW
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SimplexHH-CHARLIEARES14.0720 W14.0720 WACW
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SimplexHH-DELTAARES3.8450 W3.8450 WASSTV/FAX
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SimplexHH-ECHOARES7.1710 W7.1710 WASSTV/FAX
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SimplexHH-FOXTROTARES3.9970 W -10/-20KHz3.9970 W -10/-20KHzALSB
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SimplexHH-GOLFARES3.9670 W -10/-20KHz3.9670 W -10/-20KHzALSB
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SimplexHH-HOTELARES7.2730 W =/-10KHz7.2730 W =/-10KHzALSB
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SimplexHH-INDIAARES7.2930 W =/-10KHz7.2930 W =/-10KHzALSB
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SimplexHH-JULIETARES14.2720 W =/-10KHz14.2720 W =/-10KHzAUSB
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SimplexHH-KILOARES14.3170 W =/-10KHz14.3170 W =/-10KHzAUSB
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SimplexSection PhoneARES3.8600 W3.8600 WALSB
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SimplexSection CWARES3.5680 W3.5680 WACW
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SimplexRegion PhoneARES7.2800 W7.2800 WALSB
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http://minnesotaares.org/ares/images/SOG_6-C-001_Simplex_Frequencies-2E.pdf
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The convention calls for frequency lists to show four digits after the decimal place, followed by either an “N” or a “W”, depending on whether the frequency is
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narrow or wide band. Mode refers to either “A” or “D” indicating analog or digital (e.g. Project 25) or "M" indicating mixed mode. All channels are shown
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as if programmed in a control station, mobile or portable radio. Repeater and base stations must be programmed with the Rx and Tx reversed.
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ICS 217A Excel3/2007
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COMMUNICATIONS RESOURCE AVAILABILITY WORKSHEETFrequency BandDescription
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Channel ConfigurationChannel Name/Trunked Radio System TalkgroupEligible UsersRX Freq N or WRX Tone/NACTX Freq N or WTx Tone/NACMode A, D or MRemarks
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The convention calls for frequency lists to show four digits after the decimal place, followed by either an “N” or a “W”, depending on whether the frequency is
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narrow or wide band. Mode refers to either “A” or “D” indicating analog or digital (e.g. Project 25) or "M" indicating mixed mode. All channels are shown
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as if programmed in a control station, mobile or portable radio. Repeater and base stations must be programmed with the Rx and Tx reversed.
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ICS 217A Excel3/2007
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