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Every Monday night, the Arizona Emergency Net – Maricopa meets on 2 meters FM for training and exercise in the public service communication arts. We focus on preparation and readiness for public service – be it scheduled events like bike races or drills, or emergencies such as storm damage or terrorist attacks. Someone has to be ready. This net is dedicated to addressing that challenge. The Arizona Emergency Net – Maricopa also activates during threats or emergencies affecting Maricopa County

3-1-2010 - 9-1-1 Autopatch Calls - KB7YEB

21-08-2010

The topic was "911 AUTOPATCH".

This is a 2 week net Report

43 station participated last week
38 stations participated,this week.

Tonight we discussed 911 Autopatch

What is and not allowed
when to use and not to the autopatch
Then we discussed the use of autopatch to make 911 calls
there are some differeances between 911 calls and normal calls
a 911 call will be 15 in length, and the 911 center will think that you are at the repeter site.
I would like to welcome new members of the net
From last week, the new people were...
kc6zme john surprise
kf7gdn tim deer valley
k7bal brian glendale
k8pnw tom queen creek
nh6se armondo honolulu


From last night, the first-timers were...
kf7eyi kathleen phoenix
kf7hwj gary tempe
k3eye robert phoenix
ke7tpd jon gilbert


W7AYU Checked in from Chicago listing to the audio stream.

Special Thanks to Patric KI4NSF, and Joe KF7CDM for serving as Alternate Net Control and finishing the net.

Next Week's Topic: "Formal Message Trafic Handling" Dennis KE7EJF will be net controll.

Bill K7WWM volunteered for Alternate Net Control.

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