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FLORIDA AMATEUR DIGITAL COMMUNICAITONS ASSOCIATION FADCA FORUM EMCOMMS APPLICATIONS HAMCATION 2006 FEBRUARY 11, 2006. FADCA FORUM
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FLORIDA AMATEUR DIGITAL COMMUNICAITONS ASSOCIATION TAKE YOUR TIME WITH EACH SLIDE – THEN CLICK YOUR MOUSE OR USE ANY KEY TO ADVANCE TO NEXT SLIDE.

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FLORIDA AMATEUR DIGITAL COMMUNICAITONS ASSOCIATION FADCA FORUM EMCOMMS APPLICATIONS HAMCATION 2006 FEBRUARY 11, 2006

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT WL2K E-mail over ham radio has furnished people and gatherings with informing amid times of debacle in the course of recent years. A large portion of the more than 8,400 clients of the WL2K framework are ham mariners adrift or in RVs venturing to the far corners of the planet parkways. Here are however a couple of cases – passages from email messages.

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT Sent: 2/8/2006 01:06:00 All-User Notice, February 7, 2006 This is a vessel watch from French MRCC with respect to this watercraft. The vessel watch has been as of now sent to La Havana MRCC. S/V CLOE is a sailboat 32\' length. Canadian flag.Registration nbr 1B 2065 One individual on board: BERNARD Philippe, 72 years of age, French. No data with respect to correspondence on board, yet unquestionably VHF. S/V CLOE is past due from Hemingway Marina, La Havana, CUBA to Islas Mujeres,MEXICO (close Cancun). She cleared out Hemingway Marina on January sixth 2006. At that point no contact. Anybody with data of the whereabouts of S/V CLOE is requested that contact French MRCC at grisnezmrcc@hotmail.com -

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT From: DACapestany@Gantsec.uscg.mil [mailto:DACapestany@Gantsec.uscg.mil] Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2005 04:37 To: "k4cjx@comcast.net" Subject: F/V BALATIAN OVERDUE ON A TRIP FROM ISLA MARGARITA, VENEZUELA TO LOS ROQUES ISLANDS, Good morning Sir, This is a communicate we are issuing for the F/V Balatian. The F/V Balatian is past due (read beneath), we got reports advising that they were seen south of Curacao on Oct 29th, yet so far we have not possessed the capacity to affirm those reports. The 05 POB are nationals of Venezuela (no names accessible). Any help that you can give us will be incredibly refreshing. Much appreciated ahead of time. PO Capestany U.S. Coast Guard San Juan, PR 787-289-2041 GANTOPSWATCH@GANTSEC.USCG.MIL .

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT Subject: RE: S/V True Companions, north shoreline of Venezuela, past due The U.S. Coast Guard Sector San Juan develops our gratefulness for your endeavors in finding the S/V TRUE COMPANIONS.  Sincerely, LT BRIAN BETZ USCG SECTOR SAN JUAN COMMAND CENTER

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT Steve, I have a solicitation from the Director of the National Hurricane Center to endeavor extra data from reporting vessels a week ago amid sea tempest Adrian in El Salvador. I review one station was Royce, perhaps with callsign KD7SNN. Another was a YL named Leslie, I think her callsign was K7LEL.  If you can confirm those callsigns as potentially Winlink clients (I\'m certain Royce is), would you be able to please let me know the right configuration for me to email to them.  I is callsign@winlink.net (or is it organization, or something else).  Thanks.Mike Pilgrim, K5MP PS.  There were a sum of 57 vessels dug in together that night in a stream close Bahia Del Sol.  If you happen to know different callsigns that may have been in that gathering, please exhort.

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT From: n6byz@winlink.org [mailto:n6byz@winlink.org] Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 00:26 To: k4cjx@comcast.net Cc: jim@siriuscyber.net ; vk2uw_vk2hkw@hypermax.net.au Subject: RE: "Cosmic Muffin" Hello everybody and a debt of gratitude is in order for your worry. I am still adrift. Have reached USCG on account of chris wright. Today they dispatched a tanker close by in course from panama to korea. CG\'s thought to fuel up aside from that they had just deseil and no gas. Tanker commander says that CG has dispactched a cutter "Washington" to my position and will touch base in mid morning. Still not able to contact CG by means of voice however can get numerous other accommodating hams. A debt of gratitude is in order for being there. Will upgrade you with changes. Steve Russ, Captain

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT Subject: CO ARES/RACES DRT again from Gulf Coast The Colorado ARES/RACES Disaster Response Team (DRT) as of late came back from giving correspondence support on the Gulf coast. Winlink turned out to be exceptionally helpful amid our operations. We were effective in getting our PTC-II Pro boxes working (stunning how simple that is when utilizing Airmail!). Despite the fact that we never truly required it in the operations we were included in, we particularly value the PMBO administrators postponing the most extreme every day use time for our operations. . . . 73 Wes Wilson, KØHBZ Emergency Coordinator/RACES Officer CO ARES/RACES Disaster Response Team (DRT/D-Ø) www.codrt.org

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT I have served on two groups as a Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Communicator in Mississippi, after Hurricane Katrina. Our Disaster Relief has units to supply Child Care, Clean-up & Recovery, Communications, Chris Trauma Intervention, and Feeding. We should have the capacity to work without neighborhood assets. Our Communicators utilize an assortment of methods of correspondences to get the message through. This year we had presented yet another mode, Winlink 2000. . . . The first occasion when we utilized Winlink, was after a surge in Georgia. This turned into a genuine eye opener as an exceptionally profitable ability. . . .

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT After Hurricane Katrina struck, we were assembled to Mississippi. . . we set up without business force, phones and extremely restricted cell administration. We were utilizing Winlink to hand-off our reports and demand back to our focal point of operations, in Georgia. . . .Winlink turned into the favored mode on both closures. This mode offered full duplicates of the messages at both closures with inherent mistake checking and time stamping. We could send the reports to various intrigued beneficiaries as effortlessly as we could to one. On occasion, we lost our SSB contact in view of engendering, however with Winlink, we could without much of a stretch switch to one more of the numerous PMBOs and pass and get our movement. They jump at the chance to say Winlink is "The Last Mile" however with Katrina it was more similar to "The Last Miles." This was an extensive zone, and HF was the best way to overcome, around then. Every single neighborhood repeater had been thumped out to the climate and force blackouts. . . .

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT Winlink went up against another significance, to us, as Hurricane Rita started to approach the U. S. coast. We were in Bay Saint Louis, MS and the size and way of Rita was just excessively close. We ask Chris Edwards, AE4XO, to stay up with the latest by messaging us the most recent way gauge JPG\'s. We, likewise, began asking for climate data from the Airmail index. We couldn\'t do it whatever we did all alone without the immense system of stations that were at that point set up. There are various full time PMBOs around the globe that we can sign into whenever. It would be verging on inconceivable for a catastrophe to close down more than maybe a couple. . . .

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT As word spread that we knew something about Rita, we turned into the on location place for the most recent Rita data. We were utilizing a more established acquired portable PC phone, couldn\'t be associated with our USB printer. Since we couldn\'t print out the data and post it, all data must be passed verbally. The solicitations for Rita overhauls started to affect our typical operations. This is an issue we adapted necessities to address in a matter of seconds. Every one of us, that utilized Winlink, were sold on its worth to our Getting the message through. What\'s more, discovering what is happening around us. More than one Christmas lists of things to get will incorporate a Winlink station, for our Jump-Kit. Bill Elliott, KJ4O

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FADCA FORUM – HAMCATION 2006 WINLINK 2000 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATONS SUPPORT None of this could happen without the Winlink 2000 INFRASTRUCTURE which incorporates Three broadly isolated Central Mail Servers 50 Land-based PMBOS/RMS stations 294 dynamic Telpac Nodes, 900 enlisted The WL2K Development Team

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HIGH FREQUENCY ENTRY POINTS - WORLDWIDE - WL2K INFRASTRUCTURE

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HIGH FREQUENCY ENTRY POINTS – N. AMERICA WL2K INFRASTRUCTURE

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WL2K INFRASTRUCTURE VHF TELPAC NODES - WORLDWIDE - VHF TELPAC NODES - WORLDWIDE - VHF TELPAC NODES - WORLDWIDE -

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VHF TELPAC NODES – N. AMERICA WL2K INFRASTRUCTURE

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VHF TELPAC NODES – FLORIDA WL2K INFRASTRUCTURE

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VHF TELPAC NODES – CENTRAL FLORIDA WL2K INFRASTRUCTURE

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VHF TELPAC NODES – INFORMATION BLOCK WL2K INFRASTRUCTURE

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FLORIDA LAYERED PACKET NETWORK WL2K INFRASTRUCTURE

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LANS - THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF THE FLORIDA LAYERED PACKET NETWORK The essential capacity of the layered bundle system is to give a nearby ham radio group with an impedance free Local Area Network (LAN) on VHF. This is affected by every group (i.e. area or gatherings of provinces) being doled out an organized recurrence. That way, computerized operations might be completed all the while on contiguous LANS without impedance. The auxiliary capacity of the layered bundle system is to give impedance free between LAN correspondences . This is refined utilizing point-to-point spines on composed UHF frequencies between neighboring LANs utilizing advanced switches. A commonplace (computerized) parcel switch has three bundle radio ports: a VHF LAN, and UHF spines to each of two neighbor LANS.

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